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Peace Corps Volunteers Share Halloween Traditions with their Service Communities

WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 30, 2014Peace Corps volunteers worldwide share American culture with the communities they serve, and Halloween is no exception. Below read how volunteers teach their communities about Halloween traditions. 343 more words


Buccaneers Score 13 Unanswered Points in Come From Behind Homecoming Victory

Buccaneers Score 13 Unanswered Points in

Come From Behind Homecoming Victory

By Cherrelle Phon

September 29, 2014

BELOIT, WI — The Bucs defeated Lake Forest College 27-24 in overtime at the homecoming game Saturday, Sept. 409 more words

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Deafening Silence on College Street

Deafening Silence on College Street

By Cherrelle Phon

September 22, 2014

In response to the events in Ferguson, Mo. Beloit College students participated in the Walk For Change two Thursdays ago on Sept. 420 more words

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More on Generational Differences UPDATED

Generational differences are nothing new, but each generation seems to find new ways to separate themselves from their parents.  Sometimes it’s intentional as in the Parisian students’  367 more words

Practical Leadership

Beloit College Class of 2018 Mindset List Is Out

Want to learn a bit about the 21st Century students who are entering college right now and infer a bit about digital kids at other ages? 239 more words

21st Century Parenting


I still remember the silence on the other end of the phone.

On September 11, 2001, I was in my college residence hall in suburban Philadelphia. 2,965 more words


Small But Mighty

What’s your favorite natural history museum? Most people will name one of the big museums -The Smithsonian, The Field Museum, The American Museum. These museums are the heavy-hitters of the museum world; they have huge and diverse collections, their researchers tackle the big issues in their fields, they are destinations for locals and visitors alike, and they’re names are on the tip of the populations’ collective tongue. 206 more words

Burpee Museum