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DeVon Wilson’90 has spent his career working with students from marginalized backgrounds. During his keynote, Wilson encouraged students to think about ways that they can include equity and inclusion in their workplaces, from the beginning of their careers.

Finding your community: Addressing equity in the workplace

DeVon Wilson ’90 discusses how to put an organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion values into practice.

Tori Key’03

Beloit welcomes new trustees during winter session

At its winter meeting in February, the Beloit College board of trustees introduced seven new members. All of them are alumni.  

Beloit’s newly outfitted and relocated Career and Community Engagement Center is the hub for students planning their futures.

First Career Accelerator ‘a thundering success’

With the spring semester delayed, Beloit created a robust two-week program of workshops, panels, and networking that engaged students in planning for their futures. This wildly successful event could not have happened without alumni participation. 

Pictures from a Memorable Day

Thinking of studying abroad? Here are some tips.

The U.S. has declared February 22 as National Study Abroad Day. To celebrate, we asked returned study abroad students to share advice, insights, and music recommendations from their host countries.

And don’t forget: February 22 is  the Beloit College application deadline for study abroad in 2021-22.


How the secular becomes religious

Kaveri Sarkar’20 recently had an article examining the current pollical climate in India published in the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics.

This is one of the memorable photos of Christian and Kristian on graduation day at Beloit College.

International Friday: Two K/Christians, Two Languages, Two Jobs Abroad

This is the story of two Beloit alumni who were roommates, have the same name, studied a foreign language, and worked abroad, albeit it in different countries.

Lisa Anderson-Levy

The Urgent Work of Confronting Whiteness

Anthropology Professor Lisa Anderson-Levy provides insight into unraveling the concept of whiteness

Beloit College students spend a day in Chicago at the annual Econ Day learning and networking with alumni about business opportunities.

The secret sauce to enhancing your professional network

Professional networking with alumni Kejia Patterson’15 and Aidan Whinnery ’16

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Black History Month: Learn, reflect, center

In a letter to campus, Beloit College leaders ask the college community to develop a deeper understanding of Black histories, achievements, and resilience—not only during Black History Month in February, but as a year-round commitment.


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