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New students gather together outside of the Sanger Center for the Sciences on the first day of classes to celebrate the start of their college career.

Beloit again among U.S. News & World Report’s list of nation’s top colleges

The rankings highlight Beloit College’s first-year student experience, value, and social mobility of its graduates.

A glorious fall view of Pearsons Hall from the green roof of the Sanger Center for the Sciences.

College to launch schools to strengthen college to career pathways

Beloit College is planning to create two schools—the School of Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship and the School of Health Sciences— to further strengthen the college’s ability to ensure students find successful and fulfilling careers after graduation.  

The crowd begins to form in front of Middle College for the 2023 Constitution Day reading.

A Constitution Day Celebration

In recognition of Constitution Day, faculty, staff and students came together to read the U.S. Constitution and its Amendments. 

Sadeen Alsabbagh’24

Improving patient satisfaction with behind-the-scene tools at a summer internship

Sadeen Alsabbagh’24 knew she wanted to make the most of the summer before her senior year. She found what she was looking for with the Information Systems team at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.


Beloit highlighted in NYT College Access Index

Beloit College was mentioned in the New York Times for being one of a few selective colleges who have seen a significant increase in student economic diversity over the last two decades. President Eric Boynton is quoted saying, “we’re here to transform lives”.


Three Questions with Ousley Scholar Ashlyn Sparrow

Ousley Scholar Ashlyn Sparrow is a game-designer and educator who teaches students how to design their own games while uncovering the sociopolitical implications of their designs. We sat down with her and talked about her work and what she’s excited about at Beloit.

“At Memory’s Edge” seminar participants outside the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Poland. Assistant Director of the Global Experience Office and Study Abroad Advisor Kathy Landon, first row left, led the group with President Eric Boynton.

Learning from history: Studying the Holocaust and memory in Germany and Poland

During a three-week Global Experience Seminar in Beloit, Germany, and Poland, Beloit College students explored the memorialization of the Holocaust. Guided by newly appointed Beloit College President Eric Boynton , a professor of philosophy and religious studies , the students became a learning community, realizing the importance of preserving history and

Brian Morello mentors budding entrepreneurs at CELEB.

Beloit College to add new schools, plan for student career paths

Beloit College President Eric Boynton said Beloit College will launch its new School of Business and Entrepreneurship and its School of Health Sciences. As the schools are launched, the college will work with community partners to provide a variety of internship and fellowship opportunities, as well as work with alumni who can present mentor opportunities.

   Roy Chapman Andrews Aboard Schooner the Adventuress, 1913 © AMNH Library

Beloit College alumnus might have sparked inspiration for Indiana Jones

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Skyler Chun chases down the origins of the fictional movie character Indiana Jones, Beloit College alum Roy Chapman Andrews.

Image featuring Lolita Lebrón in the Puerto Rican Independence Party headquarters in San Juan.

Hard Truths: Examining Puerto Rican history through today’s residents

Diego Boyd Lassalle’25 was one of 12 students who traveled with assistant professor of English Michael Dango and the Global Experience office’s Julianne Angeli to Puerto Rico to learn what it’s like to live in the shadow of the U.S. without being able to participate fully in its governance. He…


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