Month: October 2019

Spiritual Mentorship at Berry

Spiritual mentorship program
established at Berry

Assistant Chaplain Rev. Erin Moniz recently began a spiritual mentorship program to help students build community through faith.

The League of Morons Season 2 Episode 6: Visitation Town Hall and President Briggs

The Morons discuss an overview of last week’s town hall, Jack’s op-ed piece in the Campus Carrier, and the fact that President Briggs listens to the podcast!

Trying Our Best | Scary Stories

In this episode, our hosts Shelby Sims and Katie Ott read scary stories to get in the Halloween Spirit!

Reflective thinking can help avoid mansplaining

A while ago, I was having a conversation with someone about the 2020 democratic presidential primary.

Atlanta Braves make it to the postseason for the second straight year

Major League Baseball’s postseason is currently underway, which means that it is one of the most exciting times of year to be a baseball fan.

Football team faces unseasonably hot temperatures

The first week of October brought highs in the upper 90s with some days exceeding 100 degrees, and everyone was wondering when the heat wave would end.

Celebrate Halloween with these ‘creepy, kooky’ films

As the weather gets cooler and the spooky decorations go up, there’s no better break from a day of pumpkin patches and costume shopping than curling up with a blanket for a movie night.

Watch these crime shows next time you binge Netflix

Netflix and other streaming services provide a wide variety of TV shows, movies, and mini-series that appeal to a wide range of viewers.

Our View: Stay informed about impeachment

President Trump is currently undergoing an impeachment inquiry, announced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Sept. 24th after a whistleblower came forward.

Hunsaker becomes dean of personal and professional development

Berry recently combined the Student Work program and Career Center to create the Center for Personal and Professional Development.