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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.

Emily Eagle’06, Executive-in-Residence

Emily Eagle’06 brings human-centered design to campus

Emily Eagle’06 returns to campus as the college’s third Executive-in-Residence, helping students explore the theories and practices of foundational human-centered design (HCD) thinking. HCD is a problem-solving approach that puts people at the focus of user-experience (UX) design.

Taja Hereford’15

Pathways to Medicine

Successful careers in medicine, research, and public health are not uncommon among Beloit College graduates. 


Point of No Return: Speaking out for democracy and freedom

Anastasia Voronovsky’21 grew up in Vladimir Putin’s Russia, but as an international student on Beloit’s campus, she gained a new perspective on her home country and grappled with what she learned.

International students lead the Fall 2023 convocation parade, their country’s flag in hand.

Class of 2027 hails from around the country and the globe

Introducing and welcoming the Class of 2027 to Beloit College.

Prospective Beloiters keeping it real at the CELEB podcast studio during Summer Academy.

Summer Academy introduces prospective students to the Beloit experience

The inaugural Summer Academy , a two-week residential, for-credit course, allowed the high schoolers from across the country to experience college life, before beginning the college application process, as rising juniors or seniors. 


Bringing an ancient Swiss tradition home to Wisconsin

Greg Long’s passion for preserving world cultures and music leads him to bring the ancient Swiss tradition of Silvesterchlausen to New Glarus, Wisconsin.

Kidan Araya’13

Making the world a better place

On a beautiful, unseasonably warm weekend in late September, the Beloit College Alumni Association honored five remarkable members of the college community in a ceremony in Eaton Chapel as part of the Beloiter Days festivities.

Kimberly Blaeser, Mackey Chair

Kimberly Blaeser, Indigenous poet and activist, named Mackey Chair

Anishinaabe poet and former Wisconsin poet laureate Kimberly Blaeser will share her luminous voice as Beloit College’s next Mackey Chair.


President Eric Boynton

Beloit’s new president is forward-thinking and exceedingly positive about the college’s future. Eric Boynton, a philosophy professor by trade and the college’s former provost, is also a husband, father of two, owner of three dogs, noted leader in higher education circles, master of power tools, and a good listener.


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