Month: September 2018

110 Years of News

The Campus Carrier celebrates its 110th anniversary of being the newspaper of Berry College.

Florence as a Stage

The city of Florence is home to performers of every style, and they can be found anywhere there are open spaces.

NCAA changes regulations for lacrosse and football

The NCAA released their official rule changes for the 2018-2019 year, which impact Berry’s lacrosse and football teams and will be in effect for all college level teams.

Our View: Music industry should address mental health

With the recent tragic passing of Mac Miller, the conversation of drugs in the music industry has continued.

Representation in media matters

Representation, or the way people in society are presented to audiences, is extremely important for groups in society.

The power of introverts in an extroverted world

Alana George, Campus Carrier Asst. Arts & Living Editor Growing up as an only child, I became self-sufficient very quickly. With no siblings to play with, I found games I could play by myself and my […]

International student rides for Berry equestrian team

Sophomore Lizzy Madeiros traveled from Bermuda to Berry College to be a part of the equestrian team.

Community finds harmony at hymn festival

First Baptist Church of Rome hosted “Sing Together! A Hymn Festival” on Sunday afternoon.

Campus Cameos: Filming at Berry through the years

Berry students walk around one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country every day, but some may not realize that the campus has often been featured on the silver screen and television screens.