• Beloit College to host concert series over Thanksgiving week

    Friday, November 20, 2015

    During the week of Thanksgiving, Beloit College will deliver a bounty of music to the Stateline region. A variety of college affiliated and independent musical ensembles will be performing beginning on Monday and lasting until Black Friday.

  • Expert on Syrian refugee crisis to keynote 16th annual International Education Week, Nov. 15-18

    Thursday, November 12, 2015

    The Syrian civil war has produced one of the largest refugee flows since World War II; over four million Syrians have fled the country, and nearly twice that number are internally displaced. Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, and Iraq are hosting the vast majority of the Syrian refugees, but tens of thousands of Syrians are moving into Europe seeking asylum.

    Perhaps no one is better prepared to help sift through the crisis than Rochelle Davis, an associate professor of cultural anthropology, director of Georgetown University’s master’s program in Arab studies, and this year’s Ivan and Janice Stone Lecturer at Beloit College. Davis has spent her academic career studying refugees. Her most recent work looks at currently displaced Syrians and the Iraqi refugees who fled to Jordan and Syria in 2005. Her lecture is titled, “The Syrian Refugee Crisis: Changing the Narrative.”

  • #BlackLivesMatterBeloit to hold community forum and panel on whiteness as a racial identity, Friday Nov. 13

    Friday, November 6, 2015
  • Novelist Wayne Turmel to discuss “Count” Byron de Prorock on Nov. 9

    Wednesday, November 4, 2015
  • Rent, Beloit College’s first musical in five years, runs from Nov. 12 to Nov. 21

    Wednesday, November 4, 2015

    Rent, Beloit College’s first musical in five years, will run from Thursday, Nov. 12 to  Saturday, Nov. 21. All performances of Rent will be in the Neese Theatre of the Neese Performing Arts Center. Performances run Thursday, Nov.12 to Sunday, Nov. 15 and again Thursday Nov. 19 to Saturday Nov. 21. The performance on Sunday, Nov. 15 will be a 2 p.m. matinee. All other performances begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $6-12. For more information or to purchase tickets in advance, contact the Beloit College theatre department box office at 608-363-2755.

  • Yasheng Huang to keynote weeklong Miller Upton Forum on “Entrepreneurship and the Chinese Economy” Nov. 3-6

    Tuesday, October 27, 2015

    Yasheng Huang, the International Program Professor in Chinese Economy and Business, Professor of Global Economics and Management, and Associate Dean for International Programs and Action Learning at the MIT Sloan School of Management, will keynote the eighth annual Miller Upton Forum on “Entrepreneurship and the Chinese Economy” Nov. 3-6.

  • Beloit College Chamber Singers to perform this Sunday at First Congregational Church

    Monday, October 26, 2015
  • Solitary confinement cell replica to be at Beloit College Oct.27-30

    Thursday, October 15, 2015

    At the end of October, Justice Overcoming Borders, Beloit’s chapter of the NAACP, and Beloit College’s Spiritual Life Program, will host a replica of a solitary confinement cell inside the college’s Science Center Atrium. The cell will be open to the public from Oct. 27 to Oct. 30.

  • Young Chicago Authors (YCA) to host "Louder Than a Bomb" slam poetry workshop for area-teenagers at Beloit College on Oct. 24

    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    This fall, Beloit College is partnering with the Young Chicago Authors (YCA) project, “Louder than a Bomb” and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center to bring a spoken word poetry workshop to Beloit’s campus and the community. This opportunity for creative expression, passion and collaboration will be free of charge and open to area high school students as well as Beloit College students, faculty and staff.  It will feature visiting artists Jamila Woods and Fatimah Asghar, who are coming from the YCA to lead the workshop. 

  • Fourth annual Family Discovery Night will transport children 400 million years into the past and more on Oct. 23

    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

    Beloit College will host its fourth annual Family Discovery Night on Friday, Oct. 23. This event, free and open to the public, allows community members of all ages to learn more about science through hands-on activities at two locations on the Beloit College campus: the Logan Museum of Anthropology and the Center for the Sciences. This year’s program will be one of the most ambitious yet with 13 new, interactive stations for children to visit.

  • Conrad Bakker to deliver the Victor E. Ferrall Artist in Residence lecture this Wednesday

    Tuesday, September 29, 2015

    This coming Wednesday night, Conrad Bakker, the Victor E. Ferrall, Jr. Artist in Residence, will deliver a public lecture on his exhibit at the Wright Museum of Art, “Untitled Project: Robert Smithson's Library & Book Club” in the Wright Museum of Art. The “Untitled Project: Robert Smithson’s Library & Book Club” will remain open at the Wright Museum until October 10.

  • Beloit College announces $100,000 scholarships for Wisconsin’s top students

    Friday, September 18, 2015

    The good news just kept coming today at a conference on the campus of Beloit College. At the end of a string of 13 presentations by city officials, local business leaders, and more, the college shared its own piece of news—announcing a new $100,000 scholarship program for Wisconsin’s top high school seniors.


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