Seth’s Spins: The Beach Boys

For Season 2’s finale, Noah Isherwood joins to discuss The Beach Boys’ legacy.

Trying Our Best: Tie Dying

Shelby and Zoe attempt tie dying both the traditional way, and with bleach.

The Senseless Consensus: Brian Williams

Phillip and Matt interview Brian “Mr. Berry” Williams. Phillip gives legal advice, and famous stuntman Jack Son Hair Ma crashes the show.

Seth’s Spins: Main Character Music

Shelby Sims joins the show for a back-and-forth discussion regarding music that appeals to individual experiences.

Seth’s Spins: Purposefully Forgettable

Seth Chambliss and Will Hulsey talk about the latter’s musical journey, including deep dives into concert-going and Lo-Fi Hip-Hop.

Bursting the Bubble: The College Curriculum Bubble

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.

Seth’s Spins: Americana Aficionados

Seth Chambliss and Sam Perry discuss Townes Van Zandt, Tom Waits, and more in this week’s episode.

The Senseless Consensus: Max Von Schmeling

Phillip and Matt talk to Max von Schmeling about aeronautics and Give Him The Boot. Matt learns the dangers of taco addiction, and Viking Fusion raises awareness!

Trying Our Best: Painting Challenge

Hosts Shelby Sims and Zoe Robinson compete to be the best painter.

Seth’s Spins: The Cinematic Experience

Seth Chambliss and Phillip Walker talk about cinematic music, such as The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, and Boston. They also delve into punk music, like Blink-182 and Green Day.

Martha’s Mysteries

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.

Seth’s Spins: The Radiohead/Nirvana Episode

Seth Chambliss invites Carlie Little to talk about Radiohead, Nirvana, and more in this week’s episode.

The Senseless Consensus

Phillip and Matt speak with Asa Owens, Berry’s favorite Berry celebrity.

Trying Our Best: What’s in my Bag?

Hosts Shelby Sims and Zoe Robinson share what’s in their COVID-19 bags.

National sports organizations adjust to new normal with pandemic

Sports teams across the nation, including coaches, players and fans, have experienced schedule readjustments, the introduction of new safety regulations, game (and in some cases season) cancelations and other changes as a result of the ongoing pandemic.

Women’s soccer profits from COVID-19 semester

After being appointed as the new head women’s soccer coach in late July, Kathy Brown knew her first semester in charge would be unusual.

Have difficult conversations in a comfortable manner: Holiday conversations with family can be productive, if done tastefully

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts & living editor Students are packing up and moving out for winter break tomorrow. With going home comes the anxiety of difficult conversations over the holidays. Most students will be […]

2020 graduation ceremony to be held in Valhalla on Dec. 5

Berry announced that commencement for the class of 2020 will be held Dec. 5 at 1:30 p.m. in the Vahalla stadium.

President Briggs announces members on Presidential Adivsory Committee

Earlier this month, the President’s Office released an email recommitting itself to strengthening the culture of belonging on Berry’s campus.

December graduates reflect on final semester

This year, December graduates are facing unexpected hardships that no other class has faced before.

Berry to offer new classes in Life Design

Next spring, Berry will be offering two new BCC 150 classes dedicated to helping students plan for their futures both on and off-campus.

Victory Lake through the years, from swimming hole to sinkhole

Currently, Victory Lake is a swampy marshland that is home to various species of flora and fauna.

“Da 5 Bloods” is a metaphor for 2020

Matt Parks, Campus Carrier graphics editor As the year of 2020 comes to a close, no film has encapsulated the whirlwind of a year we’ve had better than Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods.” After the […]