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Beloit College Commencement 2018

Making graduation regalia affordable and sustainable

Through an independent project, an Environmental Studies senior took advantage of a hiccup in her degree planning to build upon the work of former students

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Gabe Gonzalez dancing for their dog Lucy on a balcony.

Separated, but Dancing Together

The Dance Entrepreneurship class curated a virtual dance festival featuring current Beloit students, alumni, and faculty during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

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Professor of Art History Jo Ortel

Professor of Art History played leading role in building Beloit’s environmental studies program

Professor Jo Ortel retires from Beloit, receives emerita honor.

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Debra Majeed, professor of religious studies and Edwin F. Wilde Distinguished Service Professor.

Professor cited for bravery, commitment to transforming communities

Debra Majeed, professor of religious studies and Edwin F. Wilde Distinguished Service Professor earns emerita status upon retirement.

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Head Baseball Coach Dave DeGeorge’89 takes his role as a mentor seriously, starting relationships with prospective students while recruiting them and continuing long after they’ve graduated.

Dave DeGeorge’89 named Athletic Director

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Senior Spotlight

Celebrating Our Class of 2020

The Office for Student Success, Equity, and Community is highlighting students of the class of 2020 who have left a mark on Beloit College and those around them. Read about the nominated seniors, from the words of their peers and professors.

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A Letter About Recent Racist Acts

Please take a moment to read a letter sent to the Beloit College community by our president, provost, and dean of students in response to recent acts of racism and violence.

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Beloit College students will have the opportunity to take additional online courses thanks to a new agreement with Acadeum College Consortium

Beloit College signs agreement with Acadeum College Consortium

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Will Maes

Excellence in the Liberal Arts

Thirty students from the class of 2020 have been inducted to Phi Beta Kappa, a national Honor Society recognizing excellence in a liberal arts education.

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Poster for the Green Romanticism virtual exhibit.

Art, Nature, and the Anthropocene

How should humans relate to their environment? Are we a part of “nature”? These questions are urgent today, as we face the effects of climate change shaped by human actions. As Tamara Ketabgian’s students show in a new virtual exhibit, we are far from the first to ask them.

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