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Sage Green ’21 (right)

The Puppet Play

Sage Green ’21 brings theater to the community with “The Puppet Play,” a devised theater project she wrote and brought to life in collaboration with high school students.

   Ava has been passing time during COVID-19 by continuing to draw and paint, a passion of hers that she advanced greatly during her time as a Studio Art Major at Beloit! One of Ava’s current projects is a pet portraiture commission series, in which she is offering custom portraits of pets that can be purchased in advance of the upcoming holiday season. Pet portrait commissions of your four legged friends can be made in two styles shown below: graphite or gouache on paper. Those who are interested can contact Ava at for commission details, and/or follow her incredible artwork on Instagram at @ava_krahn to support her work!

International Friday: Creativity during COVID-19

Life under COVID-19 has been challenging, but creative projects and the pursuit of passions have helped Beloit College community members reflect, stay grounded, grow, and prosper. May these examples inspire and comfort you.

Anthony Crivello ’14

Finding your own voice

On Oct. 14 the Business and Entrepreneurship Channel had Alum Anthony Crivello ’14 talk about marketing and communications.

Salma Mohammad Ali ’21

Salma Mohammad Ali’21 interns remotely at Filene Research Institute

Salma Mohammad Ali’21 highlights Filene internship

Abby Bender’21

Being Back on Campus Feels Right

Abby Bender’s (Class of 2021) senior year certainly isn’t what she expected, but being back on campus feels right.

Arab Food 

International Recipe Book

What better way to start International Education Week than sharing food? This is a recipe collection from different countries around the world made up both of family recipes and of recipes from cookbooks and other sources. All are meaningful to the Beloiters who here share them with you.

The riverside in a Denmark town.

International Perspectives in the Age of COVID-19

Physical mobility across borders has been drastically curtailed under the COVID-19 pandemic, but that does not mean that the exchange of ideas and perspectives is not taking place.

Luba Mask, Logan Museum of Anthropology 

International Friday: Masks, From Ritual and Cultural Signifiers to Protective Equipment

This week’s International Friday, showcases the craft and creativity surrounding masks used around the world for cultural purposes, including rituals, as well as those recently created by our students and faculty for protective purposes. This invites us to think about masks beyond the context of our current global pandemic and to appreciate the traditions and stories behind them.

Neighberhood haunts

International Friday: All Hallows Eve

What do Halloween, All Hallows Eve, All Soul’s Day, All Saint’s Day, and the Day of the Dead look like? We asked Beloit College students, faculty and staff.

Phil Chen

Professor Phil Chen explains why Wisconsin is a key state in the 2020 Election

Wisconsin is a key state in deciding the 2020 Presidential Election after it flipflopped from blue to red in the 2016 election.

Public health professionals Bobby Harris’08 and Shanna Dell’10 are working in a historic Baltimore hotel turned Covid respite center for people without a stable place to recover or isolate.

In the Trenches in the Time of Covid

Five stories of alumni bringing their best work forward in the hour of our greatest need.


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