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The Solid Ironworks Hotel in Beloit, Wisconsin

NPS will be spending an inordinate amount of time in Beloit, Wisconsin in years to come. Fortunately, Beloit is a cute little town with a great hotel. 201 more words


Beloit Professor Tom McBride: The 2016 Mindset List

Each August since 1998, Beloit College in Beloit, Wis., has released the Beloit College Mindset List, providing a look at the cultural touchstones and experiences that have shaped the worldview of students entering colleges and universities in the fall. 29 more words

Bill Leff And Wendy Snyder

What's On the Mind of the Class of 2020?

It’s mid-August, and school is back in session for most students.

That means it’s time for my annual encouragement for leaders to take a look at the mindset of this year’s entering college freshmen, the class of 2020 – courtesy of… 437 more words


Understanding Race

Studying anthropology and sociology this past year I have been exposed to several great resources that have helped my develop my perceptions about the formation and implications of race in America. 249 more words

Profile Response: David Lanham, Austin, TX

Sometimes I have the uncanny good fortune to land in a city and discover my host is a perfect reflection of the place I’m visiting. In his initial e-mail to me, David Lanham said, “Austin is the living embodiment of the most ominous and wonderful trends in American culture.” In many ways, David Lanham is the living embodiment of Austin, and the dissonance between its funky image and affluent reality. 1,082 more words


Sophomore Shadow Trip

Over Spring Break, I traveled to New York with the Sophomore Shadow Program. A trip organized and paid for by Beloit College. In New York, I was hosted by Eva Crawford, a Beloit alumni who works at AFS-USA, a study abroad organization. 526 more words

My Journey to Publication

“Don’t make a career out of this.”

I still remember, twelve years later, the words that a creative writing professor at Beloit College penned on one of my admittedly horrible short stories. 948 more words