Beloit College Digital Collections
The Asian Studies Collection contains images of holdings in the Wright Museum of Art and the Logan Museum of Anthropology that pertain to Asia and its history. The objects in the collection provide an excellent supplement to coursework in Asian Studies. In addition, they highlight the museums’ strength in this subject area. …
Beloit – College, City, and Environs is a growing collection that was established with fifteen video files created by College friend Rob Baller. These items were originally created as PowerPoint slides of images from the Beloit College Archives and Beloit Historical Society. The images, once digitized, were “sewn” or overlaid …
Published since 1910, the Beloit College Magazine serves as one of the primary sources of college news for alumni and friends of Beloit College. This collection contains PDFs of many issues of the magazine. The complete run from 1976 through the present is included, and older issues are being added regularly. The full text of the issues …
Started in 1937, the Beloit Relays hosted athletes from more than 50 colleges and universities. These events continued through the late 1970s and featured many prominent Beloit College student athletes. This digital collection, curated by Erika Moen ’13 in conjunction with a temporary physical exhibit at the library, contains …
The College Radio History Collection includes photos and text documents that depict the evolution of Beloit College's identity on the airwaves. From moments of early experimentation to student-produced radio dramas to tricky relocations and upgrades, these materials are populated by colorful characters who have made WBCR the …
Beloit College Digital Collections contain digitized objects from a number of sources, including the College Archives, Museums, faculty, and students. Select a collection to begin exploring!
Permissions and Rights
Images, text, or other content downloaded from Beloit College Digital Collections may be freely used for non-profit educational and research purposes, or any other use falling within the purview of "Fair Use." Some items may retain more rights, or grant alternate permissions. Please consult the permission statement associated with any individual item.
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