Media Law students organize discussion about freedom of expression in classrooms
Michael Johnson shares his personal experience and work with suicide awareness and prevention.
After his girlfriend dumps him, Joey meets a mysterious kid with a penchant for the simple things in life. The two embark on a journey to remind Joey of how to find joy in those things again. Written and directed by Phillip Walker.
Straight Up is a podcast that provides hot takes, questions, and insights into the world of collegiate and professional athletics in a way that feels like a real conversation between real people.
Local Rome retreat creates a place for seriously ill children and their families.
Residence Life comments on students wishing to feed stray campus cats.
Viking Fusion reporters take on BOLD’s “Swing by Choice”.
The Berry College football program has missed out on the playoffs for the second consecutive year, but the team feels that progress has been made in re-establishing a winning team culture on the gridiron.
This semester, senior Alyssa Freyman began a scriptwriting club as a place for any student interested in scriptwriting to collaborate and discuss their latest works. This club is meant not only to be an outlet for filmmakers on campus but also for any student interested in creative writing.
Reese Chatman, Campus Carrier features editor For the past few years, critical race theory has been a very controversial issue. At a time when conservatives and liberals seem more divided than ever, the topic of […]
Heath Hutcheson, Campus Carrier staff writer The legend of Santa Claus is an idea that spans back generations for the Christmas Holiday. The idea, spawned from the patron Saint Nicholas’ acts of goodwill from centuries […]
Lily Verren, Campus Carrier staff writer Students that drive and students that cycle, skate or walk have a different experience living on campus. There are health benefits to the latter three, but Berry dignifies itself […]
Thanksgiving just passed, and the winter holidays are right around the corner. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and more are fast approaching, and with them, the pressure to do a bunch of things that require spending money. […]
The Bonner Scholars program hosted a panel on Nov. 17 surrounding the issue of food insecurity in children, especially in the Floyd County and Rome area. The panel was facilitated by Bonner Leadership Team Members Brylen Cantrell, junior, and Anthony Velez, junior.
The Office of Residence Life has introduced a new engagement model to encourage and improve residents’ involvement and connection with their residence hall communities. The Making Personal Connections, Academic Success, Responsibility, Transitions, Healthy Living, and Appreciation for Diversity (M.A.R.T.H.A) model is composed of six pillars that resident assistants (RAs) are encouraged to focus on in planning events and forming relationships with residents
Starting in Spring 2023, Berry will be holding active shooter awareness sessions, where students will learn how to respond in the event of an active shooter.