Month: April 2022

Berry tennis celebrates senior day and victories

The Berry College women’s tennis team brought the brooms out with a big win on Apr. 2 at the Rome Tennis Center against Rhodes College.

Ramifications diversity issue gives voice to marginalized students

On Tuesday March 29 Ramifications (RAM), the Berry College Art and Literary Magazine, released its special diversity issue.

EMPOWER hosts period product drive on campus 

From Apr. 1 to Apr. 22, EMPOWER is having a period product drive to raise funds and awareness to period poverty and the resources available to homeless people with uteruses. 

COVID-19 rises in Europe, falls in Georgia

According to Caitlin Owens, reporter for Axios news, COVID-19 is spiking again in European countries.

Suicide prevention project director resigns

Morgan Green, former suicide prevention project director for Berry’s Counseling Center, resigned recently, leaving the post vacant. As a result, the title has been given to other counselors at the Counseling Center, limiting the ability of the Center to serve students.

U.S. Senate to confirm Supreme Court Justice nominee

Currently, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is widely expected to be confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court as the court’s 116th justice. This vote is historic as Jackson would be the first Black woman on the Supreme Court. The full Senate vote will occur later this week. 

Russia faces increasing economic sanctions due to war

In the weeks following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the western world has placed some of the most restrictive sanctions in history on the invading country. Sanctions are penalties imposed on countries who do not abide by international law.

The Not-Deer: Audio Evidence Set #1

Produced and edited by Viking Fusion Created by Emma Buoni and Katelynn Singleton Cast includes Haven Hendrix as Mallory Gilman, Addison Howard as Darby Olmstead, and Noah Isherwood as Old Man Whateley, Katy Harvey as […]