From general use to world class: the renovated Ford Auditorium

By Anna Rich and Parker Luellen, Viking Fusion Videographers

The Berry Good Life: Aubrey McFayden

Host Asa Daniels talks with Aubrey McFayden about her experience as a First-Year Mentor and the benefits of the program.

Seth’s Spins: Pilot

In the pilot episode, Host Seth Chambliss talks about his music taste and sets up the podcasts that are to come. Be sure to check back every Monday for new episodes.

Renovations restore Berry’s Barnwell Chapel

Barnwell Chapel recently went under renovations after being open for almost 110 years.

Who’s to Say Anything About Movies?

Shelby, Matt, Noah, and Alyssa talk about the movies that inspired them, favorite movies, and recommend some movies for you to watch!

Unpopular Critic Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

In the pilot, Host Stephen Schellhorn talks with Nathaniel Williams about the divisiveness of the popular movie, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. They discuss the highs and lows of the movie and what their overall thoughts were with the movie and series. Careful of the spoilers!

More than just a dance team

An inside look at the Vikettes Dance Team.

The Berry Good Life: Anaiah Rucker

Host Asa Daniels and Anaiah Rucker talk about how they met and what they’re thankful for.

Student work changes: Goals of the renewed LifeWorks program

On October 25, 2019, an email from President Briggs to Berry faculty and staff provided new goals for the LifeWorks program, including changes to student work hours and pay; these are the facts.

Trying Our Best | Valentine’s Day

Katie Ott and Shelby Sims try different stereotypical Valentine’s Day things like sweets, chocolate, and even discussing their favorite romantic movies!

Alumni at Berry

Berry College alumni return to the community with new roles.

Remembering Ouida Dickey

Friends and family remember the life of Ouida Dickey, a cornerstone of Berry College.

Who’s to Say Anything About Alyssa?

Shelby has been stolen and replaced by Zoe Robinson. She and the rest of the gang all talk about how much they love Alyssa and talk all about her life and how she exactly got here.

Angel Mason ready to define Berry Athletics

Angel Mason became Berry College’s new director of athletics on Jun. 1, 2019. Since then, she has gotten to work with two main goals in mind: integrating Berry life and establishing the college as one of the best programs in its conference and division.

The Berry Good Life: Sam Perry and Jack Heerema

Host Asa Daniels talks to Sam Perry and Jack Heerema about their lives and time at Berry.

Berry baseball looking to reclaim conference title

After winning the program’s first and only Southern Athletic Association (SAA) title two years ago, Berry baseball is looking to reclaim their spot at the top of the conference. 

Life for a student of color

A look at the experiences of students of color on Berry’s Campus.

There’s no such thing as the “perfect” woman

Rachel Hartdegen, Campus Carrier staff writer Over the years, society has defined the perfect woman. Whether through our celebrity role models or our favorite movies and TV shows, it has been made abundantly clear what a […]

Frozen shows a realistic relationship between sisters

“Frozen” is one of the best decisions that Disney has ever made.

Our View: Xenophobia isn’t a side-effect of the coronavirus

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Wuhan, China late last year, the global death toll has now risen to 1,770 and the global tally of diagnoses is 71,204.

Departments react and prepare for LifeWorks changes

Berry’s LifeWorks program is undergoing a renewal process that plans to lower the amount of hours students can work while increasing hourly wages, with an overall budget cut of 25 percent to each department.

Democratic primary election date approaches in Georgia

On March 24, Georgia will host their 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Election.

Berry bookstore to become a student enterprise

The Berry bookstore is set to become a student enterprise this summer as part of the LifeWorks renewal process.

Campus Carrier receives multiple awards at GCPA

The Campus Carrier staff brought home 11 awards from this year’s Georgia College Press Association (GCPA) Better Newspaper Contest, including their second consecutive first-place win for General Excellence in Division B.

Masters resigns as defensive coordinator, Smith takes over

Head Football Coach Tony Kunczewski said that Zack Smith, who has served as the defensive line coach for the team since 2015, has been promoted to defensive coordinator for the Berry football team following Nate Masters’ resignation from this role to accept the defensive coordinator position at another college.

Women’s suffrage exhibit comes to Rome

The League of Women Voters for Rome-Floyd county partnered with the Rome Area History Museum to host the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum’s Traveling Wall exhibit in honor of the national league’s 100th year.

Black History Month 2020: On Campus

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Kelsee Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor In fall 2018, only six percent of Berry’s undergraduate student body identified as black or African American, according to the National Center for Education […]