Students at the grand opening of Grace’s Place. 

Grace’s Place opens with a focus on fellowship and inclusivity

The former Java Joint is now officially Grace’s Place after its grand opening that featured a day-long celebration of Black culture, with food, music, and free haircuts.

The Powerhouse, Beloit’s new student union is bustling with activity, including battling cages, a cafe, and study rooms.

Beloit College Powerhouse Wins Two International Awards for Studio Gang’s Innovative Design

The transformed generating station awarded Fast Company’s 2021 Innovation by Design Award and The Plan Award 2021.

Professor Jack Street taught at Beloit from 1961 to 2015.

Revered Professor Emeritus Jack Street dies

The professor emeritus of Modern Languages and Literatures taught French and Italian at Beloit for 54 years and developed an extensive following of alumni admirers.

Tim Leslie’89 will teach a course about leadership this semester.

The art of leading

Executive in Residence Tim Leslie’89 on the new course he’s teaching, how sociology changed his trajectory, and why he shifted careers from law to business.

“For the first time in well over a year, I knew I could be with other people and not run a significant risk of infecting them. How important is that?” – Scott Bierman

Vaccination stories show faculty and staff care for our community

As we approach fall semester, Beloit College is requiring faculty, staff, and students to be vaccinated to allow the College to provide the best in-person experience for our students — safely.

Michael Dango teaches courses in English and media studies.

Beloit students drive efforts for inclusivity

University Business interviewed Michael Dango, who teaches courses in English and media studies at Beloit College, in addition to contributing to both the Justice & Rights and Worldbuilding channels. Dango discusses how today’s socially conscious college students can push for inclusivity, which ultimately attracts and retains more future students.


The stories behind Giving Day

A Giving Day record stole the headlines in May. Behind the curtain, the day’s ambitious fundraising effort was amplified through grassroots alumni groups like the Beloit Confab and an overall sense of joy and camaraderie from supporting Beloit during this 24-hour period.

Jessi Nguyen

Urban Programming from Home

Meet Jessi Nguyen, who completed an Urban Program in Philadelphia remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Commencement ceremony at Beloit College May 30, 2021. (Photo © Andy Manis)

Here’s to the class of 2021

‘This is Beloit’s 171st Commencement, and there has never been anything like it.’ – President Scott Bierman