Month: October 2019

Competitive gaming as part of
new e-sports club

The newly established E-Sports Club at Berry consists of four divisions and welcomes players
of all skill levels.

Hughes fills role as interim dean of Education

Asa Daniels, Campus Carrier staff writer Alan Hughes, professor and chair of psychology, will be taking over as interim dean of the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences, starting July 1, 2020. He will […]

Kay Williams honored at first
home football game of 2019 season

A moment of silence held to honor the late Kay Williams, a long-time supporter of Berry College.

Nursing department expands into Memorial Library

Mya Sedwick, Campus Carrier staff writer Gabe Smith, Campus Carrier staff writer Last school year, Jeremy Worsham, the instructional design and technology librarian at Berry, was approached by the provost about creating a new classroom […]

Rome prepares to celebrate ‘spooky season’ Variety of haunted houses and tours return to Rome for October

Taylor Corley, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Mya Sedwick, Campus Carrier staff writer October has officially begun and “spooky season” is upon us. There is no better time than now to wear crazy costumes, […]

Particpating in choirs brings community and an outlet for stress

Kelsey Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor In high school, my choir director once said “Squeeze the moments.” Essentially, this is just another way of saying stop and smell the roses, but something about saying […]

Berry’s discriminatory visitation policy needs change

In March, Berry’s visitation policy began receiving criticism from students.

Our View: value traditions but also change

Mountain Day is arguably one of the most difficult Berry traditions to explain to people unfamiliar with the Berry bubble. To outsiders, hundreds of students holding hands, walking up and down a hill, bringing pennies […]

Berry Vikings forming new rivalries in DIII

While Shorter University used to be Berry College’s biggest rival back when both teams competed in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Berry has since developed a wide range of rivalries across its different sports.

Berry softball coach who started program resigned, leaves behind legacy

Director of Athletics Angel Mason announced that Cori Thiermann, the first and only head softball coach since the program’s creation in 2008, resigned from her position on Sept. 20.