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It’s Friday, March 22. 

Welcome back from midterm break. Joan Donovan, this year’s Weissberg Chair, will be on campus this week and working with campus in many events this week.

  • Camille Ledoux
    Working Locally

    The confluence of environment and law

    Camille Ledoux’25 is sharpening her knowledge of conservation, law, and justice as the spring 2024 intern at Nature at the Confluence. Using her experiences at the Confluence and Beloit, she intends to attend law school in preparation for a career in environmental law.

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    President Eric Boynton and his wife, Julie, posed in a group photo with the Buccaneer Softball team.
    Buccaneer Baseball and Softball teams spent their spring break competing in Florida. President Eric Boynton and his wife, Julie, saw both teams compete during a swing through the state to meet with alumni and friends of the college.

Top Announcements

  • Changes to student mailing list

    The mailing list to communicate with all students has been moved from StuBoard to Google Groups. The process to send to the student mailing list is generally the same, with students now being able to submit directly. Changes were also made to the Broadcast Email Policy that apply to all broadcast email mailing lists.

  • 2024 Student Symposium

    Student Symposium will be on Thursday, April 18. Presentations abstracts from students are due March 19. Sponsor approval of abstracts is due March 25.

  • Student Commencement Speaker

    Beloit College Senior Officers are searching for a student Commencement speaker who can inspire and represent the graduating class. If you know someone from the senior class with a compelling story, unique experiences, or a passion for motivating their peers, please nominate them, or self-nominate, by April 1. Contact Lorriane Pedroza (pedrozal@crystalvalleyranch.com) or Tiffany Warren (warrenta@crystalvalleyranch.com).

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Hello Alumni

This page may be more for our Beloiters currently on-campus, but know we are always thinking of you too. Hopefully everything you see here is bringing back fond memories of your own time on campus.

If you’re interested in coming back to campus, look for our upcoming alumni events or opportunities to volunteer.

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    The Basic Elmos' experiments with rocket sleds in Chapin Hall were inspired by a physics class. Seated is Len Pagliaro'76, with Phil Eric...
    The Basic Elmos’ experiments with rocket sleds in Chapin Hall were inspired by a physics class. Seated is Len Pagliaro’76, with Phil Erickson’76 and Andy Persily’76 at right.
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    Dr. Woodard, or 'The Chief,' as he was fondly known, was truly inspirational to his students. He exhibited enthusiasm, integrit...
    “Dr. Woodard, or ‘The Chief,’ as he was fondly known, was truly inspirational to his students. He exhibited enthusiasm, integrity, a deep knowledge of his subject, and a rare combination of caring for students while maintaining respect and admiration.” – Bruce Bartleson’56
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    Homecoming has always been a beloved tradition at Beloit. In addition to the parades and events, students would make house decorations we...
    Homecoming has always been a beloved tradition at Beloit. In addition to the parades and events, students would make house decorations were commonly placed in front of fraternities and sororities and vied to win contests.
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    Many alumni fondly remember the Beloit Plan and its required Field Term that sent students off campus and around the world. This Beloit g...
    Many alumni fondly remember the Beloit Plan and its required Field Term that sent students off campus and around the world. This Beloit group is at the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, Peru, circa 1970s.

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