Month: September 2022

Volleyball team sets season expectations high amid new ranking

A preview of the Berry College volleyball team’s 2022 season.

Trying Our Best: Trinkets and Ibuprofen

Once again, the TOB girls are ringing in a new season with a new host and a What’s In My Bag haul.

Asking good questions is vital to debates

Mary Harrison, Campus Carrier sports editor I have never avoided talking about politics and religion. Try as I might to make small talk about Harry Styles’ newest outfit or the latest celebrity news, my friendships […]

Balanced levels of homework are necessary

Homework — a word every college student knows and dreads. Papers, videos, discussion cards, readings and every other variation of homework are what keep students up all hours of the night. All-nighters, early risings and late […]

Azeri-Armenian ceasefire dissolves over border dispute

On Sept. 12,  troops from Azerbaijan violated the terms of a ceasefire and advanced into the Syunik and Gegharkunik regions of Armenia. The fighting, which lasted for two days, resulted in nearly 300 deaths, and both countries blamed the other for the aggression.

Kemp allocates $100 million to law enforcment

In an effort to combat violent crime that he said increased at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia governor Brian Kemp has dedicated $100 million to law enforcement funds.

Berry gets involved with Rome Little Theater

Rome Little Theater (RLT) recently announced casting for their upcoming show, ‘Beauty and the Beast.’

Vikettes showcase school spirit in a unique way

The Berry College Vikettes is a student-led organization that performs dance routines at athletic and special events on campus.

Music ensembles create creative outlet for students

The music department at Berry provides a way for students to express themselves through a creative outlet.