Layna Thompson’22 was one of many to share her outdoor activity on social media with the hashtag “togetherbeloit.”

Pet Photo Contests and Zoom Dance Parties

Virtual trivia games, hashtags, and other social activities helped Beloit students stay connected around the world this spring.

Dr. Atiera Coleman

Celebrating Black History Month - Black Excellence at Beloit College

Black excellence is an essential part of ensuring Student Success, Equity, and Community at Beloit College. Black staff, faculty, professors and other hard-working individuals carry out important jobs in every aspect of our campus and community.

Aerial view from the Rock River

A student center like none other for Beloit College

Inside the Powerhouse auditorium as it takes shape in the spring of 2019.

Powerhouse Goes from Vision to Reality

Construction on the Powerhouse, Beloit’s one-of-a-kind combination student union and recreation center, makes progress toward completion slated for fall 2019.

Lauren Glaser’20

Rigorous Academics and Group Work

Lauren Glaser’20, through opportunities to play basketball and join a sorority, recognized how to best work as a part of a team, a skill she will take into her work in pre-health.

The Beloit College Powerhouse named “best overall future project” by the World Architecture Festival.

Powerhouse Wins International Architecture Prize

The Powerhouse was named “best overall future project” by the World Architecture Festival in November.

Amanda Browder ’98, in back, looks on as Sophia Hale-Brown ’18, left, Nancy Story, center, and Joyce Ronan work on “Power Plant Beloit.” (The finished piece is on our inside front cover.)

Ephemeral Art is One BIG Collaboration

“It’s a ‘we’ project, not an ‘I’ project,” Amanda Browder’98 says of “Power Plant Beloit,” a 35-foot by 35-foot multi-colored, multi-textured work of art made up of around 30 strips of fabric sewn together by dozens of hands over the course of two weeks in late March.