Month: January 2020

Jorie Hodapp has a rich history, hopeful future for her baking business

Senior women’s golf player Jorie Hodapp has been making baked goods, such as wedding cakes, cupcakes and cookies, since she was 12 years old, which ultimately led her to create her own business, Jorie Cakes.

Who’s to Say Anything About Events on Campus?

Shelby, Alyssa, Noah, and Matt loosely talk about some of their favorite events on campus!

Interim head softball coach hopes to create new traditions

For the first time in the team’s history, the Berry softball team will have a different head coach leading the team. 

Berry baseball looking to reclaim conference title

After winning the program’s first and only Southern Athletic Association (SAA) title two years ago, Berry baseball is looking to reclaim their spot at the top of the conference. 

Poetry reading draws alumni back to Berry

On Jan. 23, Sandra Meek, professor of English, rhetoric and writing was featured in a reading in the College Chapel to mark the release of her new book of poetry, “Still.”

Stars align on Berry’s campus: Astrology 101

You’ve seen the memes: Mercury is in Gatorade yet again.

Happy Groundhog Day: Holiday History and Practices

Each year on Feb. 2, a groundhog emerges from its burrow to predict if there will be six more weeks of winter or early spring.

Single parent households teach valuable lessons

For the past decade I have been raised in a single parent household, more specifically by a single mother.

Menstruation shouldn’t be taboo. Period.

The other day, I dug a band-aid out of my bag as discreetly as possible, shoved it up my sleeve, and left the room to go to the bathroom, hoping no one would notice or hear the crackly plastic wrapper held awkwardly in my clenched fist.