Month: March 2022

Berry tennis set to open conference play against Rhodes 

The Berry Vikings men’s tennis team fell to the Covenant College Scots of the USA South conference by a score of 8-1 in Lookout Mountain, Ga on March 24. 

KCAB’s hosts Spring Formal and Casino Night

Sarah Varnadoe, Campus Carrier staff writer The end of March and beginning of April are busy times for Berry students, with it almost being the end of the semester. Apart from classes and homework, students […]

Our View: Choose positive content to change the news cycle 

This past weekend, celebrities, actors and actresses attended the 94th annual Academy Awards held in Hollywood, California.

Georgia prepares for midterms after Crossover Day

On March 15, the Georgia General Assembly participated in Crossover Day, a major point in the legislative process for bills that are seeking to be passed.

Athletes chase new records in outdoor season

This semester, Berry’s track and field athletes continue to break school and personal records in events such as the 1500-meter run, 200-meter sprint, and indoor weight throw. Berry will host the outdoor conference championships April 29-30.

Our View: Female athletes deserve respect in the media 

In honor of Women’s History Month, let’s take the opportunity to talk about something the media won’t: female athletes.

Take care of yourself to prevent creativity block 

The most isolating and frustrating experience a creative person can have is sitting down in front of a blank canvas or an empty page and nothing coming out.

Grades should not define the college experience 

As my time at Berry nears to an end, I have become very introspective on the qualities that I value the most about this campus. In turn, this has led me to some unsettling conclusions about the flaws that Berry and every other college campus has. 

Berry Vikings Athletics: a year in review post-pandemic 

It’s crazy to think how different campus was exactly one year ago. Despite the last year feeling like a century, the 2020-2021 academic year marked the first time that students were taking classes in person since March of 2020. While the year was undoubtedly hard for many people, sports also saw an impact. In this time of uncertainty, some questioned whether or not sports would be the same. 

Spires works to build relationship with students

Berry College Student Government Association (SGA) is partnering with residents of the Spires to provide students with an opportunity to network with individuals who have worked in their future career field, and also allows the residents to establish a lasting relationship with the student population.