Although masks are required as a safety measure at Berry College, students and faculty alike have found ways to make masks both expressive and practical.
With the shift to online schooling due to the global pandemic, colleges all over the country have had to ask the question, “How will we bring the classroom to our students?”
Taylor Corley, Campus Carrier editor-in-chief Annie Deitz, Campus Carrier managing editor Saying we are grateful to be back on Berry’s campus would be an understatement. After a semester of chaos and a summer spent in […]
Asa Daniels, Campus Carrier online editor Mark Twain is quoted with saying “history doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” In the case of COVID-19, there is a historical event that it rhymes with: the […]
After being forced to cancel last year’s production just weeks before opening night, the Berry College Theatre Company (BCTC) will present Tartuffe on Oct. 11, 2020.
The advent of COVID-19 has started an interest in college tuition insurance in case a student has to isolate or quarantine and switch to online-only schooling.
On Aug. 24, the Berry Confirmed Cases Report, accessible on the Berry Healthy Together webpage, was updated to show that a student has tested positive for COVID-19 for the first time since students moved back onto campus.
On July 23, Berry announced the hire of Kathy Brown as the new head coach for the women’s soccer team.
Although competitive play for fall sports has been suspended, the Berry Intramural and Recreation Departments are taking the necessary precautions in order to continue to provide a variety of different competitive and leisure activities for students, faculty, and staff.