To read about Beloit’s Spring 2021 plans, visit our Back at Beloit information site.

News & Events

Prolific baseball historian and author John Thorn poses for a portrait at the Museum of the City of New York. Photo by Robert Caplin

Beloit College grad and official MLB historian, John Thorn, shepherding recognition of Negro Leagues

Official Major League Baseball historian John Thorn’68 was instrumental in getting the league to classify the Negro Leagues as “major league.”

Morgan Haynsworth put analytical, problem-solving, and leadership skills into practice in the Sociology capstone course.

Consultants for campus

When the Advanced Mentoring Program wanted to understand students’ experience of advising at Beloit, they turned to senior Sociology students for their expertise.

Two Beloiters walk through campus.

Beloit College Adjusts 2021 Calendar to Improve Student Safety

Beloit College announces an adjustment to the 2021 academic calendar. 

Adanya Gilmore’21 performs in “Discontinuities,” part of the Chelonia 2021 Screendance Festival

Realizing the Power of Her Voice and Body

Adanya Gilmore can be described as many things: a club leader for Students for Inclusive Campus (SIC), a Virtual Ambassador, and an inspirational performer

This is my friend Gosha and me wearing matching raincoats. I meet him in the student dormitory where I lived during my study abroad in Moscow. He taught me how to skate board and helped me practice my russian language

International Friday: Unexpected Friendships

Whether it’s a roommate, person on your floor, an older (or younger) mentor, or a member of another species, an unexpected friendship enriches our lives and makes for great stories and memories. Here are stories of unexpected friendships from Beloit College students, faculty, and staff!

Abby Bender’21

Advocating for Feminist Beliefs

It comes as absolutely no surprise that the students at Beloit College have a variety of things to bring to the community and learning culture we’re trying to harbour, and Abby Bender is no exception.

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.

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.


See all stories

This site uses cookies to improve your experience. Read our Web Privacy Policy for more information.

Got it! ×