Month: September 2020

Live action “Mulan” reinvigorates childhood cartoon

For the past few years, Disney has been releasing live-action remakes of their classic films, including “Cinderella,” “The Lion King,” “The Jungle Book,” “Aladdin” and more.

From fermentation to video games: how to make it through quarantine

The Carrier staff has created a list of fun quarantine activities to help pass the time.

Rick-rolling is the greatest meme of all time

On July 27, 1987, Rick Astley released his bestselling song “Never Gonna Give You Up” to the world.

Not all friendships are worth saving

Michaela Lumpert, Campus Carrier news editor There’s an old saying that’s haunting me this week: fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. I keep making the same mistakes and the […]

Our View: Celebrities cannot receive special treatment

Despite having fancy cars and extremely successful careers, celebrities are not free from the justice system of America.

Email sent to Berry community announces new COVID-19 procedures

In an email sent to students on Wednesday night, the Berry administration informed the community of several important new updates.

SGA to enact new changes due to COVID-19

Like many organizations on campus, SGA immediately felt the challenges of COVID-19.

Administration investigates social media posts

This Sunday, several pictures were uploaded to the Instagram story of Matt Mixer, Residence Life area coordinator.

New recruits adjust expectations of student athlete life

Although Berry is a NCAA DIII institution that doesn’t offer athletic scholarships, there are many student athletes who are attracted to Berry because of its program’s competitive reputations.

Berry football program sharing in Mason Kinsey’s success

Mason Kinsey made Berry history on April 25, becoming the first Viking ever to sign with a NFL team when he joined the Tennessee Titans as a free agent.