Month: January 2022

AAPI group founded at Berry

Berry’s new Asian-American and Pacific Islander Interest Group met for the first time this year to spark conversation about Asian culture and identity.

Our View: Student media has the power to create change 

Too many times, college journalists get heat for being on their newspaper staff.

Waffle House essentially has too much power 

If you are not a communications major, or did not take COM 220, Foundations of Mass Communications, just for the fun of it, then you might not know that only four companies own most of the media you consume. Yes, you read that right, four companies: AT&T, Comcast, Disney and CBS Viacom.

New forms of piracy are still dangerous 

Like many others, I am guilty of spending several hours a day on TikTok instead of doing more productive things. The other day when I was aimlessly scrolling, I saw a user live streaming “Spider-Man: No Way Home” from a Movie2k website with thousands of viewers joining in for the free movie viewing. 

Celebrating The 150th Anniversary of The Rome Clocktower

Rome’s Clocktower, located in the center of Rome, is celebrating its 150-year anniversary and invites locals and tourists to celebrate with a year of events.

Berry baseball team starts new season with high hopes 

After a record-breaking season last year, the Berry baseball team launches into the 2022 season expecting another great year for baseball.

Vikings bounce back after missing two games 

The Berry College Men’s Basketball Team has already had their fair share of adversity this season with two games being cancelled due to the spread of the COVID- 19 virus.

The COVID-19 pandemic changes New Year’s resolutions

As the last days of January grow near, it may be time to dwell on the state of your Jan. 1 resolutions, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has remolded your views of resolutions. 

Music students perform comedy opera 

Berry College is home to numerous musically talented groups and individuals. One musical group on campus, Berry College Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop recently performed a one act, 40-minute opera.

Residence Life looks for RAs for next school year

Over the past year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, resident assistants (RA) have faced a number of challenges, leading to reduced numbers in applicants.