Month: November 2022

Testimonies from the Berry Community on Suicide Awareness and Prevention: Part Two

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, call or text 988. You are not alone.

Commuter Challenges: The Lives of Commuters at Berry College

Berry College has always been considered a residential college. However, commuters still exist at Berry, and they often face different challenges that residents don’t.

Panelists: Critical Race Theory an issue of the First Amendment

Media Law students organize discussion about freedom of expression in classrooms

Testimonies from the Berry Community on Suicide Awareness and Prevention: Part One

Michael Johnson shares his personal experience and work with suicide awareness and prevention.

Just a Kid

After his girlfriend dumps him, Joey meets a mysterious kid with a penchant for the simple things in life. The two embark on a journey to remind Joey of how to find joy in those things again. Written and directed by Phillip Walker.

KCAB discusses semi-formal and returning from COVID

The Krannert Center Activities Board (KCAB) is gearing up for the end of the semester. With semi-formal, “Holidays at Berry” and a coffee house on the horizon before finals, the teams are busy preparing for the last events of the year.

Sock Hop dance event introduces students to 50s dancing

The new club National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) which started this semester held its first solo event last Friday. This kickoff event featured a local instructor teaching sock hop dancing, a style of line dancing from the 1950s, for students of all skills in dance to learn.

Cross country teams top conference, excels in region meet

The men’s and women’s cross country teams finished their seasons by placing third and fifth, respectively, at their National Athletic Association (NCAA) regional meets last Saturday, Nov. 12, and top men’s runner Bradshaw Lathbury will advance to national competition this weekend.

Different Faiths, Same Holiday Season

Reese Chatman, Campus Carrier features editor The holiday season is a joyful time for many. From thanksgiving to New Year’s, houses and businesses are covered in decorations in celebration. In America, Christmas is the most […]

Caution with biological control agents is necessary

Ethan Hague, Campus Carrier staff writer Recently, as concerns over pollution caused by traditional pesticides have become more urgent, the use of biopesticides and natural control agents against agricultural and forest pests has been suggested […]