Month: April 2021

Berry Center for Integrity in Leadership launches new podcast to reach students

Last month, the Berry Center for Integrity in Leadership, or BCIL, launched a new leadership podcast, one of several steps to increase student engagement. BCIL has recently expanded its staff and programming to help Berry students develop as leaders. In this news story, BCIL staff members explain the motivation behind these changes.

First-Generation College Student Interest Group holds first meeting

On Tuesday, the First-Generation Student Group met for the first time.

Our View: Take sexual assault education at Berry seriously

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). As explained by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, SAAM was officially adopted by the federal government in 2001 and aims to expand education related to sexual assault […]

Latin is a useful language, not a dead one

“Latin is a dead language, dead as dead can be, first it killed the Romans, now it’s killing me.”

Explore the outdoors in the springtime weather

My nose is runny, and I have sneezed about ten times today.

A blast from the past, employees respond to their time at Berry

Berry has a number of long-term faculty members who each have their own stories.

Comic culture influences American media

In the last fifteen years, North America has seen a boom in superhero movies.

Women’s softball maintains winning streak

The Berry women’s softball team is on a six-game winning streak following their most recent competitions against Rhodes College and Millsaps College.

Virtual option offered for Symposium due to COVID-19

The annual Berry Symposium on Student Scholarship will take place on Tuesday.

Students work on autobiography project with Spires Residents

The final semester project for associate professor of English Jim Watkins’ RHW 102 course this year involves each student pairing up with an individual Spires resident to author a brief biography on the resident’s behalf.