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Sustain Beloit how-to

August, 2022

Starting Monday, Aug. 22, Sustain Beloit, a new trash and recycling program, will reduce the number of plastic bags dotting our lawns and help each of us own — and dispose of — the waste we create.

Nate Johnson’22 on the job at the WYMT station

Making a living from a love of sports

August, 2022

Nate Johnson’22 ran cross-country and played baseball when he began college. When he transferred to Beloit to begin his junior year, however, he wanted a new way to participate in sports. At Beloit, he was able to develop the skills he needed to become a sports broadcaster.

Sustain Beloit Q and A

August, 2022

Starting Monday, Aug. 22, Sustain Beloit, a new trash and recycling program, will reduce the number of plastic bags dotting our lawns and help each of us own — and dispose of — the waste we create.

Lijah Sampson

Beloit grad is Mountain Mail’s newest reporter

July, 2022

Lijah Sampson’21 sharp skills in creative writing have taken them to Colorado for a job in journalism. 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.

Kenny Andejeski’12

Curiosity and Common Purpose

July, 2022

Kenny Andejeski’12 came to Beloit to become a high school football coach. He left committed to finding common purpose in community and to a life shaped by curiosity.

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