Month: September 2019

Nursing Simulator

Updated nursing program facilities provide more opportunities for students

Members of the nursing department discuss highlights and benefits of renovated spaces for the students and program.

Gen Ed: Tree Planting

Rose, Bishop, Piper, Jen, and Preston discover that they are all in the same class again. The gang all decide to go to Preston’s SGA sponsored tree planting event and bond over how weird the entire thing is.

Trying Our Best | Hot Glue Crafts

In this episode, Katie Ott and Shelby Sims attempt to make everyday items out of hot glue!

Western astrology can be more than an interest

Western astrology uses 12 star constellations to correspond to months on the yearly calendar to represent the astrological signs.

Our View: reconsider your travel destinations

Historic and natural sites are suffering from their popularity as tourist attractions, drawing large crowds and becoming desired destinations based on their popularity as social media hot spots.

Reap Rome’s rewards for under $10

There’s no need to empty your wallet just to have a good time in Rome.

Health Center distributes early round of flu vaccine

The Health Center administered around 100 flu vaccines to students on Monday, running them dry of the partial batch they received over the weekend. 

Mock trial team gives students trial advocacy practice

The Berry College Mock Trial Association (BMTA) is a new way for students to gain experience in public speaking.

Cross country overcomes adversity to prepare for season

Cross country season has begun, and both the men and women are already in preparation for the upcoming meets and regional competition.