What is Gaelic football?

A Gaelic football match pits two teams of 15 players against each other on a 425-foot-by-300-foot field with H-shaped goal posts. The team with the most points after two 30-minute halves is your winner.

Galway’s houses of worship adapt as church’s influence wanes

Covid, inclusion efforts, scandal lead to changes in faith practices

Teeing off on gender inequity in golf: We can do better

As a female golfer, I have experienced many negative stereotypes.

Internet at Berry College

Internet usage and connection have long been topics of concern for Berry College students, faculty, and staff.

Sports Information Department provides opportunities for student workers

Students are given opportunities to learn more about Sports Communication.

Counseling Center adjustments

The Berry College Counseling Center made substantial changes to its program to better help the Berry community.

Gender equity and Berry: We ALL row!

Understanding what gender equity means at Berry.

Project Galway 2022 wraps up

Students reflect on their time in Ireland.

Treat me the same, but respect my difference

Can we get a little gender equity all up in here?

Healthy finances

Berry College survived the COVID-19 pandemic and is in good financial health due to government grants and increased donations to fundraising campaigns.

Media, Spectacle and Entertainment Enchantment

Can we break free from the screens that saturate our lives?

Dancing provide mental and emotional benefits

Dance Company provides multiple benefits to its members.

Superstitions in sports

There has always been a relationship between superstitions and sports but the members of the Berry College Athletics Department have a different take on this connection.

eSports as Spectacle: Are we chained to the cave wall?

Some do not recognize eSports as sports, because gaming doesn’t seem to require the same level of physical exertion and fitness that most traditional sports do. But, in terms of spectacle, eSports are absolutely legitimate as sports.

Berry introduces new academic scholarship

Berry College launched a new $15,000 academic scholarship that inducts 40 new students yearly into a mentorship program.

Name, Image, Likeness: College athletes crack open the door to compensation

The Supreme Court decided last year that college athletes could sign endorsement deals, trading use of their name, image or likeness (NIL) for money.

Berry Student Enterprises

The Berry College Student Enterprises provides students with a variety of goods and services unique to Berry while gaining hands-on experience.

Berry’s Honors Program

The Berry College Honors Program offers advanced, unique education opportunities for a select group of students.

Berry “Senior” experiences Spring class

Residents of The Spires enjoy many unique opportunities due to their location on a college campus, including auditing classes with students.

De-stigmatizing mental health in college sports

Student-athletes face pressures to perform well for their coaches and teammates, while at the same time juggling studies and pressures to excel in the classroom.

Berry College Lifeworks

In 2020, the LifeWorks Scholarship was introduced for students in unique financial situations.

Hospitality House brings Thrift Van to Berry

Berry student partnered with the Hospitality House for Women to raise funds and awareness for domestic violence in Rome.

Name, Image, Likeness right for college athletes: A good thing?

Thoughts on NCAA’s concession to allow endorsement deals for student-athletes.

Berry’s Bald Eagles have spent a decade on campus

The Berry College eagles have been on campus for a decade where they educate students about the environment and promote the school.

Wordle’s Cognitive Benefits

The newly popularized game Wordle can have cognitive benefits in terms of memory improvements for students and faculty at Berry College.

Equestrian Team members qualify for nationals

Rette Solomon and Morgan Van Hoven will represent Berry in national competition.

2022 COM 305 Multimedia Production PSA’s

PSAs on Cyberbullying, Food Waste and the Dangers of Drinking

Beyond the Month: The Historic Black & Slave Cemeteries of Rome, GA

Reporter Addison Howard explores the historical all-Black and slave cemeteries in the area and talks to prominent members of the local Black community about the modern struggle of site recognition, visibility, and equality in Rome.