Month: March 2022

Mike’s Movie Talk: Goldfinger

Your host Mike Myers is joined by guest Jake Kaywell to discuss Goldfinger. Tune in next time for another installment of Mike’s Movie Talk!

Indra Thomas performs on Broadway while teaching students 

Berry’s Artist in Residence, Indra Thomas, appeared in “Intimate Apparel” at the Lincoln Center in New York City from opening night on Monday January 31 through Sunday March 6.

Women in sports at Berry discuss stigmas

While the sports community tends to be stereotypically male dominated, many women are heavily involved in ways that are less acknowledged.

COVID-19 vaccines being reviewed for children under 5

Moderna researched and reported on COVID-19 vaccine data for children ages 2 to 5 years old throughout March. 

“She’s all that:” honoring women in Berry’s history

Arielle Fischer, Campus Carrier features editor José Reyes, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Every March is considered National Women’s History Month in the US, honoring the contributions of women in history and modern society. At […]

Students attend lunch for Senators Ossoff and Warnock

Representatives from the offices of Senators Jon Ossoff (D- Georgia) and Raphael Warnock (D- Georgia) met with Berry students for lunch on Tuesday.

Toxic perfectionism diminishes self-esteem 

Rosemary Chesney, Campus Carrier asst. sports editor When I was in the first grade, I remember my school started the tradition of handing out medals to students who earned good grades. The rules were simple: […]

Coming into college undeclared is not a bad thing 

Katherine Harber, Campus Carrier copy editor I get several different reactions when I tell people that my major is undeclared. Most of my fellow college students tend to be understanding, and they’re often curious about […]

Administration announces commencement speaker

Carol B. Tomé, the current CEO of UPS, will be the commencement speaker for the 2022 graduation on May 7.

Students experience issues during registration for housing

During the week of housing registration, students expressed concerns and frustrations with the process and its outcomes.