Calendar

| Monday, 17 September 2018 |
Global event

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day in the Library

12:00 AM
Book display, Constitution reproduction, free pocket Constitutions (while supplies last), and interactive activities.
Global event

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day

12:00 AM
Global event

French Table

12:30 PM
Bonjour! Want to improve your French while discussing interesting topics? Join us during the common hour to practice speaking French in a casual setting over lunch! All levels of French are welcome!
Global event

Application deadline: Spring 2019 off-campus study

3:30 PM
Application deadline for Off-Campus Study (abroad and in the U.S.) for spring 2019. Information on the application process can be found here.
Information on off-campus study options can be found here.
Global event

Application deadline: Study abroad in Istanbul

3:30 PM

A scholarship is available for ONE and possibly TWO Beloit College students to study abroad at Istanbul Sehir University in spring 2019.


Instruction is in English.


The scholarship(s) will provide supports for:
- RT travel to Istanbul
- Room and Board


Tuition payments stay the same for most students as if studying at Beloit College.


Questions? Contact brewere@beloit.edu

Global event

Guest Speaker and Artist: Laylah Barrayn

7:00 PM
Guest Speaker and Artist: Laylah Barrayn
Monday, September 17 at 7pm
Wright Museum of Art - Logan Room (2nd Floor)
Based in New York, documentary photographer Laylah Barrayn has won many awards and her work has been featured in galleries and publications worldwide. She was recently an artist-in-residence at the Waaw Centre for Art and Design in Saint-Louis, Senegal and is currently a member of Kamoinge, a pioneering collective of African American photographers founded in 1963. Barrayn is the founder and co-editor of MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora.
Laylah will be discussing her pieces in the current Wright Museum exhibition, The View from Here: Contemporary Perspectives From Senegal, as well as sharing some of her other work including pieces from her 2014 solo exhibition You May Sit Beside Me: Visual Narratives of Black Women and Queer Identities as a follow-up to the Ousely Scholar-in-Residence.