Month: November 2019

LIVE Football Broadcast: #20 Berry vs. Austin

It’s Senior Day at Valhalla!
Coverage begins at 1:55pm
Kickoff at 2pm

Peer Body Project to help students accept their body image

The Peer Educators and the Women’s and Gender Studies Department joined together and held a viewing of the film “Straight/Curve” Wednesday night.

Our View: TikTok is a creative and communal outlet for users

The age of social media-bred super stars is an interesting one.

Berry Student Enterprises partner with American Cancer Society to raise awarness for men’s health

It’s November, which means the time for pumpkins, falling leaves, Thanksgiving dinner and hairy faces is upon.

BCIL program to offer new leadership classes

The two new classes, beginning next semester are Leading Teams and Groups and Collegiate Leadership Competition.

Student productions should be more considerate

When I’m bored, I watch Viking Fusion’s content, because they’re awesome and student media is important.

Memorial Library to open new Java City entrance

The Berry College Memorial Library is set to open a new entrance in spring 2020.

Students should support Berry Athletics to promote Berry’s idea of community

One of the more interesting stories about Martha Berry was that she did not want Berry to have a football team.

Disney has a monopoly on pop culture

ABC, ESPN, A&E, Hulu, National Geographic, Pixar, LucasFilm, Twentieth Century Fox, 21st Century Fox, Marvel, the Jim Henson Company, the History Channel, Lifetime, Hollywood Records and Touchstone Pictures.

Berry cross country teams excited for regional meet

Fresh from solid performances at their conference meet on Nov. 2, Berry’s men and women’s cross country teams are expecting big things from this Saturday’s regional meet.