Month: December 2019

Ford Auditorium renovations force music department to temporarily relocate

Set to be completed in January 2020, renovations in the Ford Auditorium have caused music ensembles to rehearse and perform in different spaces on campus.

Who’s To Say Anything About Our Semester?

Shelby, Matt, Noah, and Alyssa discuss their semester and how it went. They talk about what they learned and what they will do looking ahead to next semester.

Trying Our Best | Gingerbread House

In this episode, Katie and Shelby attempt a gingerbread rendition of the Ford Dining Hall at Berry College.

The League of Morons Season 2 Episode 10: The Last One

Carrier writer Annie Detz joins the Morons this week to discuss her op-ed published about them. They discuss the past episode on the Pro-Life club and address her concerns about the podcast. After, the Morons say their goodbyes to the podcast and leave some closing remarks to all their listeners.

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 14

In the absence of Noah and John, the producers Matt Parks and Phillip Walker take over the reins to provide a behind the scenes look of the show, give Phillip’s Frozen 2 Review, and recount the top 5 animated movies from childhood.

Plus much more!

“Knives Out:” modern twist on mystery genre

Released this past week, “Knives Out” is a whodunit-turned-thriller movie starring Daniel Craig, Toni Collette, Chris Evans and Jamie Lee Curtis, and directed by Rian Johnson.

Health Center offers free HIV tests to students

On Nov. 19 and 21 there were allotted time periods for students to receive free Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) screenings.

Berry counseling services break down stigmas

Berry College has many resources on campus dedicated to eliminating the stigma surrounding seeking help for mental health.

Canvas survey to be administered this spring

Information Technology is set to administer a campus-wide survey involving user satisfaction and Canvas adoption rates this spring. 

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

In November, Berry student’s inboxes were filled with emails from Health Services promoting free HIV testing at the Health Center.