Month: October 2018

Construction of The Spires at Berry College is Underway

Set to be completed in 2020, Berry College broke ground for the retirement community on Oct. 19, 2018.

Kevin Kleine, Lecturer in Communication, Earns Distinguished Multimedia Adviser Award

The College Media Association will present Kleine with the award in recognition of his work with student publications at Berry for over 30 years.

Men’s Soccer Prepares for Postseason

Despite having one of their most successful regular seasons in recent history, the Berry men’s soccer team has their sight set on something higher—a conference championship.

Alumni games take over Ford fields during Mountain Day

Over Mountain Day weekend, the Berry men’s lacrosse team and Berry softball team both participated in alumni games.

Music reverberates through professors’ classrooms

Gypsy At Heart, a World Fusion and Nu Jazz group, held a concert in Ford Auditorium two weeks ago.

Cross country’s Berry Invitational coming up Saturday

Berry’s cross country teams will host the Berry Invitational on Oct. 13 at the Clara Bowl.

It’s never too early for Christmas music

Society has made it a necessary stance that Christmas music is not allowed to be played publicly until after Thanksgiving.

Find ways to get involved on campus

Students participating in activities and organizations outside of the classroom is a key part of the college experience.

Our View: Millenials should be more active in voting

It seems that the push for voter registration is far stronger than ever before.

New Oak Hill exhibit features woodturnings by Berry alum

Alana George, Campus Carrier Asst. Arts & Living Editor Saturday marked the opening day of From Tree to Treasure: Woodturnings by Al Christopher, a new exhibit at the Martha Berry Museum. According to the press […]