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Hardika Kashyap’22, wearing her winning t-shirt design for English students

Hardika Kashyap’22 designs inspiring literary ‘swag’

When the English Department announced its t-shirt contest during the COVID pandemic, Hardika Kashyap’22 decided to give it a try.

Ranjan Roy works with a student on a problem at the classroom’s whiteboard.

Tuition award and classroom named in honor of Professor Ranjan Roy

A group of Professor Roy’s former students and friends have created the Ranjan Roy Tuition Award to support future mathematics students.

The self-designed interdisciplinary studies major in Community Development, Quin left his mark on our campus, founding the beloved Buccaneer Boathouse.

Quin Brunner acclaimed as Beloit’s resident ‘joy bringer’

Called a “joy bringer” by one of the nominators, Quin Brunner’21 of St. Paul, Minnesota, receives this year’s Blue Skies Award.

Superior visiting Como, Italy during her study abroad semester.

Superior Murphy’21 takes top prize for academics and community service

Political science major and magna cum laude graduate Superior Murphy of Milwaukee is our 2021 Peterson Prize recipient.

Lopez, Maria

Excellence in the Liberal Arts

Twenty three students have been inducted to Phi Beta Kappa, a national Honor Society recognizing excellence in a liberal arts education.

Helen Griffin’21

Helen Griffin’21 heads to Taiwan through a Fulbright Student Award

Helen Griffin’21 completed her Beloit education on a high note with four majors and highest academic honors. She attracted a Fulbright Student Award which will take her to Taiwan to teach.

Eva Laun-Smith’21

Eva Laun-Smith lands prestigious Fulbright Student Award

Eva Laun-Smith’21 is one of two Beloit graduates to receive a Fulbright Student Award this year. A history major and decorated track and field and volleyball athlete, Eva graduated with highest honors from Beloit. 

Danielle Strejc

The Power of the Beloit College Network

Jonathan Palmer ’19 in the chemistry lab holding pipet and vial

Designing molecules to be better medicines

Jonathan Palmer ’19 uses chemistry to discover molecules that could become effective drugs

Cambodian Students in front of their Khmer New Year stand.

International Friday: Celebrating Khmer New Year

On April 14, Beloit College’s Cambodian students hosted a Khmer New Year celebration in the Powerhouse.


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