Month: March 2021

Dearest Alfie

When a group of students discover a mysterious social outcast taking refuge on their campus, they set out to document him and drive him out.

Ag Week fosters culture of AgriEducation

Mar. 23 is National Agriculture Day, a day that encourages Americans to celebrate producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities and government agencies that contribute to American agriculture. 

‘That’s what she said’: spotlighting Women’s History Month

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Arielle Fischer, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Associate professor of history Christy Snider “Being a historian, I have always thought that it was kind of an important way to […]

Athletics updates spectator policy, allows parents

The Southern Athletic Association (SAA) recently announced new guidelines for their conference members, which give them the option of hosting a greater number of spectators at their home venues.

BSA hosts workshop with activist and influencer George Lee

Berry’s Black Student Association (BSA) will host an interactive workshop featuring Instagram influencer and activist George Lee on Mar. 25.

Students share their experiences on DEI subcommittees

Last Thursday, the Carrier published on the President’s Advisory Committee and its associated subcommittees’ research and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at Berry.

Students navigate March Madness upsets

As the world rebounds from St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, fans of different college basketball teams alike are strategizing their best shot to win big cash prizes.

Students deserve time to read for fun

Megan Duncan, Campus Carrier photo editor We should be able to read a book for fun. When was the last time you picked up or bought a book just because you thought you would enjoy […]

America needs more extensive gun control laws

In the last week, there have been two mass shootings in the United States, resulting in the deaths of 18 people, and incalculable physical and mental harm to so many others.

Our View: College students should be paid for internships

As the end of the semester nears, summer internships are on every student’s mind.