‘Like it was yesterday’: Remembering 9/11 at Berry

Berry College’s advisor for the student newspaper and his former staff reflect on 9/11 through the lens of the Campus Carrier

Baking bread

Reporter Addison Howard follows along as a freshmen student shares his experience baking bread.

Keeping Berry safe digitally

Profile on Director of Information Security, Dan Boyd.

A Creative Tech Major’s Story

Kalista Shields shares her personal story of being a Creative Tech Major.

Accepting LeBron’s Blackness

Rejecting Nike’s and media’s attempts to ‘whitewash’ Black athletes

Students keep going with the help of coffee

Berry students find that having a cup of coffee helps to get them going.

Berry students make movies with industry pros

A first-person perspective on the sets of four short films

Beach volleyball to begin competing in spring

Berry College has added beach volleyball to its spring sports season, bringing familiar faces from indoor volleyball to the new team.

Rome offers multi-denominational religious opportunities 

The Rome community is home to many places of worship and has as many as 159 holy places.

Study abroad opportunities return

Study abroad travel was canceled from the 2020 spring semester through the 2021 spring semester due to the COVID-19 virus.

Should Berry mandate a COVID-19 vaccine? 

Berry should mandate Vanessa Fowler, online editor For the safety of the campus as well as the return to normalcy, Berry College should have a COVID-19 vaccine mandate. In Mar. of 2020, the world was […]

Our View: Adminstration needs to clarify travel expectations 

Every Wednesday, usually around 5:30 p.m., Berry students, faculty and staff receive an email from the Office of the President containing the latest news about COVID-19.

New building allows for more opportunities

The new Animal Science Building is one of Berry’s newest additions to campus this year.

I.T. Department works to address WiFi issues

Berry’s campus WiFi system experienced several problems with wireless connectivity at the beginning of this school year.

Texas abortion law brings worries of constitutionality

On Sept. 1, Texas’s Heartbeat Act went into effect. According to Chloe Jones of PBS NewsHour, the law bans all cases of abortion after six weeks, including rape and incest.

LifeWorks makes changes due to large freshman class

Following the admission of around 735 first-year students, the LifeWorks program made accommodating efforts to place these students into on-campus jobs.