Month: October 2021

Berry’s feral cat population raises concerns

When walking anywhere on Berry’s campus, one is likely to see some of the notorious feral cats. At one time, the feral cats around campus were so common that they had an active Instagram account: @berrys_dhall_cats.

Athlete uses sport to help others find confidence 

Berry senior nursing student Elliana Splichal spends her summers working at Camp Twin Lakes.

National Women’s Soccer League investigates sexual misconduct 

On Sept. 30, The National Women’s Soccer League fired Paul Riley, head coach of the North Carolina Courage, for sexual assault allegations from his players.

Democracy depends on the Electoral College 

One day during my senior year of high school, last year, a book caught my eye as I walked into my school library. It was called “You Call This Democracy?” and from its red, white and blue cover, it was obviously talking about the United States.

The path to getting rich quick is fairly obvious 

Many often wonder what the secret to becoming wealthy truly is. “Getting rich quick” has become the new obsession of our generation as we try to meet our never-ending wants.

LGBTQ+ History Month reflecting on the past, present and future

LGBTQ+ History Month is important for all people to recognize, not just individuals in the LGBTQ+ community.

Stacie Marshall makes racial reconciliation with community

sprawling across tens of hundreds of acres. Some of these farms are new and recently tilled, but some come with a long history. A history that isn’t always good.

Our View: Respect culture of mentorship at Berry 

Currently, there are over 10 open positions at Berry for new faculty and staff members.

Berry receives $750,000 grant for new program

Berry recently received a $750,000 grant for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) scholarships from the National Science Foundation, which will be used for LEGION, a program designed to aid STEM students with financial need.