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The crowd begins to form in front of Middle College for the 2023 Constitution Day reading.

A Constitution Day Celebration

September, 2023

In recognition of Constitution Day, faculty, staff and students read the Constitution and its Amendments. 

A glorious fall view of Pearsons Hall from the green roof of the Sanger Center for the Sciences.

College to launch schools to strengthen college to career pathways

September, 2023

Beloit College is planning to create two schools—the School of Business, Economics, and Entrepreneurship and the School of Health Sciences—to further strengthen the college’s ability to ensure students find successful and fulfilling careers after graduation.

Beloit highlighted in NYT College Access Index

September, 2023

Beloit College was mentioned in the New York Times for being one of a few selective colleges who have seen a significant increase in student economic diversity over the last two decades. President Eric Boynton is quoted saying, “we’re here to transform lives”.

Three Questions with Ousley Scholar Ashlyn Sparrow

September, 2023

Ousley Scholar Ashlyn Sparrow is a game-designer and educator who teaches students how to design their own games while uncovering the sociopolitical implications of their designs. We sat down with her and talked about her work and what she’s excited about at Beloit.

Louise Claussen, second from left, presents her research.

Summer research through PPIA

September, 2023

Louise Claussen (POLS & ECON ’24) participated in the Public Policy & International Affairs (PPIA) Fellowship Program in summer 2023.

Zitzelsberger and Logas perform Riven

Dancing on the Fringe

August, 2023

Professor of Dance Chris Johnson created a new work in collaboration with alumna Sarah Ellen Miller’15 and student Emma Logas’25 last May. The dance was invited to be a part of this fall’s Elgin Fringe Festival, held Labor Day Weekend. Because Miller was unavailable for the Fringe performance, Johnson invited Kateri Zitzelsberger’26 to step in. Logas and Zitzelsberger had to learn and reconstruct the emotionally and physically demanding piece extremely quickly to be ready for this exciting opportunity. 

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