Trying Our Best | No Mirror Makeup Challenge

In this episode, hosts Beth Anne DeKeizer and Katie Ott will be completing a complicated makeup look without a mirror.

Trying Our Best | DIY Challenge

In this episode, Beth Anne DeKeizer will be explaining to Katie Ott how to make a DIY chandelier.

Timeout ft. Bryce Koon Episode 3

Bryce welcomes Men’s Basketball Head Coach Mitch Cole to Timeout.

Broad Street Braces for Super Bowl Rush

Rome area restaurants are stocking up on chicken wings and beer in preparation for this Sunday. Many are offering dining specials in an effort to reel in customers.

Trying Our Best | Not My Arms Challenge

In this episode, hosts Beth Anne DeKeizer and Katie Ott go through their makeup routines using the each other’s arms.

New Year, New Coach, New Culture

The Berry men’s basketball team has its most wins in a season since 2010. The main reason for their success? A winning culture, writes Bryce Koon

Three Waffle Houses, Two Bros, One Night

Noah Syverson and Alex Hodges find themselves on a late-night Waffle House pilgrimage, ranking and reviewing all three of Rome’s locations.

Logo change “pretty well set in stone” according to Berry VP of Marketing and Communications

At Tuesday night’s SGA meeting, Nancy Rewis and Berry’s Director of Digital Marketing and Media, Cameron Jordan, answered student questions about the new logo, the rebrand process, the Change.org petition, and Berry’s since-tweaked social media policy

Trying Our Best | Clothes On Challenge

The pilot episode of the new series “Trying Our Best”. In this episode hosts Beth Anne DeKeizer and Katie Ott will be trying to guess how many layers of clothes the other has on.

Best Vehicle Winterization Practices

How Berry students can prepare their cars for the upcoming season.

Memorializing a Tragedy: A Look into America’s History of Slavery and Social Justice Today

Berry students visited Montgomery, Ala. to learn about Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative and the organization’s efforts to honor victims of race-based violence and inequality in the United States.

Renovated Hackberry Bus Will Bring Fresh Greens to Food Deserts

As part of a class challenge to make a difference in the community, Berry students refitted an old bus into a mobile farmer’s market

The school within a school: Berry students devote their time to early childhood education

Senior education majors and student workers alike are gaining valuable real-world experiences at the Berry College Elementary and Middle School.

Finger Guns

Two mortal enemies fight to the death the only way they know how.

Over the Top for Berry and Country: The Berry Schools and World War I

A documentary that follows the service of the “Berry Boys” and related issues at the Berry Schools during the first World War.

Local bakery owner competes on Food Network show

Kevin Dillmon, the owner of Honeymoon Bakery, will compete on Food Network’s “Spring Baking Championship.”

Viking Fusion networking event to feature professional panelists

On March 21, Viking Fusion will host a networking event called “Evening at the Moon”.

Equestrian conquers regionals in postseason starter

Berry College’s equestrian team ranked first in Western and second in hunt seat for this past season.

Student athletes deserve your respect

There are some people who believe that because someone is a student athlete, they might not be as smart as other students.

Writing Center partners with inmates through exchange program

Berry College’s Writing Center recently joined the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program to provide writing consultants for the prisoners participating.

Berry Investment Group & Investing as a College student

Elisabeth Martin, Campus Carrier Features Editor Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier Asst. Features Editor Tips for Investing Read as much as you can. Reading good investing books and articles will help you decide what routes to […]

Marketing department continues to roll out new branding

In December 2018, Berry College released its new branding campaign, including a new website and new logo.

Men’s lacrosse team optimistic about conference season

Conference play for the Berry men’s lacrosse team will start on March 23 against Centre College.

Bring more awareness to eating disorders

So-called “national” awareness days, weeks and months are constantly occurring.

Alumna applies Berry costume shop experience to film career

Berry College alumna Hannah Greene (06C) is currently the fabric buyer for Marvel’s “Captain Marvel.”