Month: November 2019

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 13

Louisville walk-on Keith Oddo joins the show to talk trillions, bench celebrations, in-game trash talk, what it’s like to be on the #2 team in the country, why he decided to become a walk-on, his milkshake reviews, and much more! Later: 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, Phillip’s jokes, and reviewing the Burger King milkshake.

Who’s To Say Anything About Holidays?

Shelby, Noah, Matt, and Alyssa talk about Holidays and how to get through them when you get into college.

Thanksgiving is the superior holiday

Leaves crunching beneath brown boots as you walk across campus, eyes squinting while you move against the wrath of the cold front which is slowly encroaching upon the autumnal season.

Area coordinator Stephen Wyatt leaves Berry after five years

After five years, area coordinator Stephen Wyatt is finally leaving his legacy at Dana behind.

Our View: Substance abuse in the homeless community should not be stigmatized

Last week, while driving through Rome, I passed a homeless man standing on the side of the road.

Special talents are usually hidden

I have never thought there was anything special about myself.

Men’s and women’s soccer players win SAA awards

On Nov. 11, both the men’s and women’s soccer teams had players win Southern Athletic Association (SAA) recognitions.

New animal science building set to open fall 2021

Berry College plans to begin construction of a new Animal Science building in May of 2020, with preparations to open in fall of 2021. 

AED machines to be installed in buildings around campus

In early fall of this year, Berry installed various Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) devices in the Ladd Center, the Alumni Center and on the first and second floors of Krannert. 

Tool library to be added to library services

Memorial Library, in conjunction with Students Against Violating the Earth (S.A.V.E.) are working to create a section in the library for students to check out and borrow tools.