Month: April 2019

Berry College Police Department warns students of potential car-jackings

Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple incidents of attempted car-jacking on Martha Berry Highway.

Graduating student athletes say they will miss relationships at Berry

Senior student athletes have big plans for their lives after graduation.

Academic Council approves new graduation policy

The Academic Council passed a new walking at graduation policy that will go into effect during this year’s undergraduate graduation.

Inside scoop to booking a Berry wedding

As spring is underway and summer approaches, Berry students will likely be seeing more signs of weddings on campus as couples prepare to tie the knot in one of the campus’ many event facilities.

Spring sports optimistic for post-season action

Berry spring sports are finishing out their regular seasons and are approaching soon coming to post-season.

Our View: Sitcoms give an unrealistic portrayal of adulthood

As the class of 2019 prepares to turn their tassels, the “real” world lies before them.

Education students will teach and learn togetherness in Africa

During the coming summer, a group of two faculty members and 11 students will travel abroad to Cape Town, South Africa, to work with Living Hope International.

Bubble Banter: Unpaid Internships

It depends on whether or not the “employer” has the funds to support a paid intern or not. Natalie Bailey, junior I think unpaid internships are helpful, but I don’t think they should be expected […]

Personality typing is insightful and interesting

Being a 3w2 on the Enneagram, ENTP on the Myers- Briggs, Scorpio with an Ascendant in Capricorn comes with its complexities, especially when Venus is in retrograde.

Former Berry student indicted for tampering with evidence

Andrew Horton, the former roommate of slain Berry student Joseph McDaniel, was indicted April 8 for tampering with evidence.