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Filmmaker Rebekah Evans’18 screens new documentary EMBODYED on campus

EMBODYED is a special documentary that challenges one to do active listening, assessing, and self-reflection as they watch.

Atiera Coleman’10 is the 2023 Beloit College Commencement speaker.

Social equity leader Dr. Atiera Coleman is 2023 commencement speaker

The college’s 173rd commencement is Sunday, May 14.

   Roberta “Bobbi” Cordano’86 was the first deaf woman to be named president of Gallaudet University in 2016.    Credit: Gallaudet University

Roberta “Bobbi” Cordano’86 is one of USA TODAY’s Women of the Year

An advocate for access, inclusion, diversity, and social justice, Bobbi Cordano joins the ranks of other USA TODAY’s Women of the Year honorees, including former First Lady Michelle Obama, former supreme court justice Sandra Day O’Connor, and astronaut Nicole Mann.  

Jada Daniel’23 wants her scholarship to support and give visibility to communities of color.

Using scholarship as activism

Throughout her four years at Beloit, senior Jada Daniel has conducted research and been a leader across campus as a means to uplift others. As she prepares for her sociology Ph.D. program at Northwestern, she will continue to, in her words, “give back by producing compelling and accessible research that works with , not on ,…

Michael Dango teaches courses in English and media studies.

LGBTQ+ staff and faculty reach across departments

A goal of Beloit College is to welcome and support folks of all genders and sexual orientations. “We do a great job at supporting students, but staff and faculty need to be supported as well and our needs are different,” says Cherish Golden, assistant director of admissions.
To meet these needs, Professor Michael Dango and Visiting…

The Rock River Dinners: Eric Seo, Joshua Laue, Sydney Felhofer, Aleksander Mytko

Beloiters win Make48 challenge, head to national competition

The Rock River Dinners team of Eric Seo’25, Sydney Felhofer’24, Joshua Laue’25, and Aleksander Mytko’25 won first place in the Make48 Beloit challenge for their prototype X-Barrage.  


Rebekah Evans’18 screens new documentary film at Beloit College campus

Filmmaker Rebekah Evans’18 featured Beloit residents in her new documentary film, “EMBODYED,” which will be showing this week on Beloit College campus.

Syd Clark initiated the Sustain Beloit program to improve how the Beloit College campus handles its trash and recycling.

Campus recycling program innovator Syd Clark featured on Spectrum News

Beloit College student Syd Clark honored by city of Beloit for overhauling school’s trash and recycling program. 

Beloit College’s intimate production of Blackademics, about Black women in academia, is just a four-member cast.

Blackademics shines light on Black women’s experiences in academia

Guest director Jerrell Henderson describes Beloit College’s production of Blackademics as “an intimate story about the experiences of Black women on a college campus.” He hopes students, faculty, staff, and community members alike will connect with the show’s universal messages.  

Grady Spencer ’22

Grady Spencer’22 pursues training in fire management and recreation

His training was provided through an “Integrated Fire and Recreation” internship by the Student Conservation Association (SCA) and the U.S. Forest Service.


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