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Beloit College artists Brooke McCammond and Hannah Kang spent approximately 14 hours per week on the mural at Beloit Memorial Hospital.

Beloiters team up with Beloit Health System to bring art to hospital

The Beloit Memorial Hospital stairwell walls were a blank canvas and spurred a partnership between Beloit College faculty and students and Beloit Health System.

Lijah Sampson

Beloit grad is Mountain Mail’s newest reporter

Lijah Sampson’21 has used their sharp writing skills to land a journalism job in Colorado. They will be covering sports, features, and events. Sampson says the new job is a great opportunity. “I like the challenge to write something I would like to read. If I can write something I would pick up and find interesting, I’ve done a good job,” Sampson said.

Wright Museum of Art has launched its exhibit of works by artist James V. Lamb. The Beloit self-taught artist used bold colors and imagery to call out his observations on society, religion, and life, says Christa Story (pictured), academic curator and interim director of the Wright Museum of Art. 

Wright Museum spotlights James V. Lamb’s satirical and humorous art

Beloit artist James V. Lamb was self-taught and came to the painting late in life but in a short 12-year span his bold and quirky imagery inspired others. The Lamb exhibit at the Wright Museum.

Grady Spencer ’22

Grady Spencer ’22 to promote access to the country’s largest national forest

The Tongass National Forest stretches along the coast of southeastern Alaska.

Twelve counselors from The Global Educator Program toured Beloit College on June 24, meeting students, talking with faculty, and learning about the Beloiter experience.

Counselors travel across the globe for Beloiter experience

Students from around the globe come to Beloit College to study and learn about life in the United States. Global Education Program counselors, who visited Beloit College on June 24, help prepare students to learn and live outside their home country.

Aerial view of the Beloit College Powerhouse.

Powerhouse in running for Facilities of Merit award

The Powerhouse is a great place to hang out, grab some food, and work out, but the facility is getting the most notice for its forward-thinking design. Athletic Business recently announced the Powerhouse is shortlisted for the Facilities of Merit award.

Kim Stein’86 celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Title IX remembering the great athletic opportunities at Beloit College.

Title IX: 50 years, and an eye toward the future

Title IX, the federal civil rights law passed on June 23, 1972, prohibits sex-based discrimination at schools or other educational programs that receive federal funding. Beloit College salutes the early advocates of women’s athletics, like Ruth Colman Peterson.

Aerial view of the Beloit College Powerhouse

Powerhouse short-listed for international architecture award

The Powerhouse is one of 28 projects competing for the 2022 Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize. The award honors design excellence and connection to the communities and ecologies of the changing world.

   Beloit College has earned the state’s top spot for using its resources for the greatest positive impact on its students.

Beloit College ranks No. 1 in academic stewardship

Beloit College shines in recently released Academic Influence rankings, showing the power of its students, faculty, and staff.

Grace Scott’22 in her film Grenadine

Grace Scott’22 selected to present at prestigious international dance film festival

Grace Scott, who graduated magna cum laude with a biochemistry major this past May, had her dance film Grenadine chosen from among the scores of submissions to the very prestigious ADF Movies by Movers Festival in North Carolina. The curated film festival happens yearly at the American Dance Festival, an internationally-renowned festival in Durham, NC. ADF is known for hosting performances and residencies of internationally-celebrated dancers and the most talented emerging artists, and for offering intensives and training programs for professionals and students throughout the year. Grace’s film was distinguished as one of only 10 student films selected for this year’s festival and will be screened on July 9 in Durham, NC, at 3:30 p.m. at the Durham County Main Library.


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