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All of that is true, however one thing that I appreciate about Beloit is that people don't act like you have to and that drinking is not really seen as a taboo thing here.
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Written by Katie Kozak
Campus security is sympathetic to the college situation. Or, rather, let's say they know college students are going to drink, but they don't let us have our cake and eat it, too. Everybody knows the Beloit philosophy on drinking, and for the most part, they follow suit without complaint. Security will give up their buddy status to reprimand people for acting stupid-and there are plenty of those types to go around. But if you are just hanging out and happen to have a drink in your hand, you need not run away from a security officer.
It seems, though, that more and more students are causing problems for the whole school by taking advantage of security's "hey, we're cool" attitude paired with the relaxed drinking policy. These people are not welcome at Beloit. So if you're one of those guys (excuse me, persons) who just can't control yourself with freedom to drink, we all ask you to consider another educational establishment. We're all about the fun at Beloit College, but we don't want our pseudo-Euro drinking atmosphere to get taken away because a couple people couldn't figure out what their limits were. Other than that, campus strictness ain't too bad.
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