Month: March 2019

Women Crushing Wednesday & more Women’s History Month Events

March is the month of basketball, midterms and the emergence of spring, but beyond that, March is Women’s History Month.

New ‘ARTistas’ exhibit celebrates Hispanic artists

On March 19, the new “ARTistas” exhibit opened in Moon Gallery to celebrate art created by Hispanic artists.

Berry athletics compete across the nation over spring break

While most Berry students were at home or on vacation over spring break, many sports teams traveled to compete in other states.

Berry College changes some requirements for foundation classes

Berry College made several key changes to the foundation requirement for next the semester.

Our View: Ardern serves as an example in leadership

The mass shooting at Christchurch mosque in New Zealand earlier this month led to quick, drastic changes in New Zealand’s gun control.

Two eaglets die unexpectedly before springtime

This past winter, the Berry Eagles welcomed two eggs that hatched on Feb. 18 and Feb. 21.

Berry hires new athletic director

Angel Mason was named Berry College’s new director of athletics on Tuesday following a nationwide search.

New interest groups provide a safe space for students of color

Two new interest groups have started on campus as a way for students of color to hold conversations about problems they face on campus and in life.

Bubble Banter: Climate Change

As a Christian who tends to vote moderately, I have a hard time understanding those who turn a blind eye towards climate change to further the views of their political party. I think so many […]