Month: December 2019

Participation in Music Ensembles

Personal stories of non-music majors participating in Berry music ensembles.

Should college athletes be paid to play?

The debate on whether or not college athletes should be paid, more specifically whether or not college athletes deserve to be paid for their likeness, is bigger now than it has ever been.

Personal experiences of a First Year Mentor

Isabelle Rousseau reflex on her experience as a First Year Mentor.

Archery Tag

An overview of the archery tag intramural.

Kindermusik at Berry

Berry College’s Kindermusik program recently celebrated 30 years of serving children throughout the Rome community.

Berry’s Unsung Hero Secures Place in Record Books

By Timothy Belin, COM 311 Reporter On November 11, 2019, the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) announced the Men’s Soccer All-Conference honorees for the season. Among them, earning second-team honors, was Berry College’s senior defender Henry […]

Post Office changes

Information on the switch from P.O. boxes to a new system.

Berry College students volunteer at women and children’s shelter

The volunteer work of Berry College’s Bonner Scholars has made a large impact on The Ruth and Naomi House’s initial success.

Student Government Association
freshman class officers elected

Meet the freshman officers and learn about what they hope to accomplish this year for their class and Berry College

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 15

John and Noah return to the show and break down conference championship weekend in college football, discuss what is up with Georgia fans, ask whether the parity in college football and basketball this year good for the two sports, Phillip does his jokes, analyze whether or not the Lakers should be the favorites in the West, and muse on The Mandalorian and other Star Wars things.