Sophomore Seth Chambliss shares his experiences with the improv troupe and the community he has found there.
Noonday prayer is sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office and is an opportunity for students to pause and pray every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at noon in the Krannert Student Center.
A look at the experiences of students of color on Berry’s Campus.
The world of professional wrestling has been turned upside down in 2019 with the rise of new promotion All Elite Wrestling, WWE’s developmental program NXT moving to the USA network, as well as star after star signing to both major companies.
Unique art class at Berry makes sculptures and community projects.
Michael Luckie, a Berry College sophomore football player, experiences his hardest season yet and overcomes three surgical injury setbacks.
Berry has one of the largest contiguous campuses in the world, but how does the Berry community interact with it on a daily basis? New plans are in the works to develop this land in order to increase that interaction.
Everything comes to an end … for the semester at least. Relationships are re-evaluated, friendships questioned, and everyone is definitely filled with stress (and not just because of finals next week).
TikTok is currently the fastest growing social media platform, and its gamut of quirky dances, lip sync videos and relatable memes are taking over screens everywhere.
When looking to subscribe to a streaming service today, consumers have a wide variety of choices.
I’m just going to say it: college is hard.
Headlines have often highlighted the charitable donations of the elite and praised them for their generosity and good nature.
Read our Winter Break News Wrap up and catch up on the major events that happened while students were away.
Since the Atlanta Braves moved from Turner Field in southeastern Atlanta to their new ballpark in suburban Cobb County in 2017, the ballpark has been known as SunTrust Park.
After playing through the winter break, Berry’s basketball teams are finding their rhythm as they enter the second half of the season.
On Jan. 13, the Moon Gallery debuted a new art exhibit called “Calamity,” with art pieces that all share the common theme of the Holocaust.