More truths are discovered, and the murderer is finally made known.
Matt and Phillip welcome improv extraordinaire Shelby Newland with eggs, Australia and Hominy.
On this episode Tasha talks to three of her friends: Journey, Noah and Raquel about dating culture at Berry College. They talk about hook up culture, subcultures and the infamous “ring by spring”.
Mia and Drew uncover another murder that happened in the inn years before, and more suspects are questioned.
For Season 2’s finale, Noah Isherwood joins to discuss The Beach Boys’ legacy.
Phillip and Matt interview Brian “Mr. Berry” Williams. Phillip gives legal advice, and famous stuntman Jack Son Hair Ma crashes the show.
Shelby Sims joins the show for a back-and-forth discussion regarding music that appeals to individual experiences.
On this episode, Tasha and Orlin discuss the roots of Bursting The Bubble, the college curriculum bubble, and current events that relate to the importance of today’s episode. The guests for this episode are Dr. Jennifer Hoyt and Dr. Kirsten Taylor.
Detectives Mia and Drew decide to stop off at an inn before their vacation. But when a murder occurs they realize that they can’t ever escape their jobs.
Berry College held $900 million for its 2019 endowment, and uses this fund to pay for student scholarships, the school’s main operating budget, faculty salaries, and campus upkeep.
Reporter Russell Hendley takes a look back at Berry’s first semester open during the COVID pandemic.
Berry students discuss their concerns about personal bubbles.
Berry College Elementary and Middle School is continuing to allow student workers from Berry College to work in the school amidst a worldwide pandemic.
Berry College’s Music Department authorized new procedures and equipment amongst coronavirus concerns during the 2020 fall semester. (Feature photo taken prior to COVID restricitions)
Feature story on the Berry College Costume Shop
The job of a Residence Assistant at Berry College took on new importance in the fall of 2020.
As a result of the ongoing pandemic, Residence Life had to rearrange housing in an unusual way this year to properly accommodate all students.
Catholic students able to once again gather for mass.
Berry College underwent a major shift in pedagogical format in the spring of 2020, in response to COVID-19.