Month: February 2023
Georgia v. Foster: Episode 4
After 30 years on death row, Timothy Foster is back in Rome, Georgia, for a new trial. The facts of the case haven’t changed, but Georgia law and public opinion have shifted since the 80s.
Coaches face unique recruiting challenges post-pandemic
Mary Harrison, Campus Carrier sports editor Springtime means that coaches are busy recruiting the next classes of Viking student athletes. Berry’s coaches overcome the unique challenges entailed by recruiting for their sports and for a […]
Women’s basketball team heads to conference semifinals
This past Sunday, the Berry Vikings hosted the quarterfinals of the Southern Athletic Association’s (SAA) women’s basketball conference championship and won the quarterfinal game against conference rival Oglethorpe University with a score of 64-63.
Berry students serve foster families at Restoration Rome
Rosemary Chesney, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Whether because they are a part of service scholarship or not, dozens of students across campus volunteered at nonprofits in Rome throughout the week. One nonprofit organization […]
Viking Fusion hosts 48-hour film challenge
Over the weekend of February 17 and 19, Viking Fusion hosted the annual 48-hour film challenge. Participants were invited to write a script, film and edit a short film within a 48-hour time slot. Films must fall into the designated genre and include a specified line of dialog that is announced at 5 p.m. on February 17th. The challenge began at 5 p.m. and ended at 5 p.m. on the 19th.
Depression, anxiety and what to do about them
Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor It is midterm season, and that means headaches, anxiety and a whole lot of work. Many college students find themselves in a position in which they are suffering from […]
Betta fish need to be kept in bigger tanks
Abigail Dunagan, Campus Carrier asst. arts and living editor When I was growing up, I wanted a pet fish. I was told by family and friends that the betta fish were the easiest fish to […]
Pit bulls’ aggressive reputation is undeserved
Carson Bonner, Campus Carrier news editor Commonly known as the Pit Bull, Staffordshire Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers and American Pit Bull Terriers have gained an unfortunate and unfair reputation, especially in recent years. Known […]
Black history is important for everyone
The last week of February is almost here, and with that, the end of Black History Month draws nearer as well. Now is as good of time as ever for each of us to reflect […]