Month: March 2023
Tier It Up: Snack Foods
Hosts Nolan Davidson and Kalista Shields debate and discuss snack food preferences. They consider a variety of factors and options in order to create a definitive ranking of popular snack choices.
New throws facility for track and field to be best in state
Berry’s track and field teams will have a new throwing facility by the 2023-2024 school year. Despite the growing pains of temporary relocation, both the men’s and women’s teams set school records during indoor season and have set the bar high for the outdoor performances.
Women’s lacrosse scores high, men experience tough losses
With a historic first-half of the season, the Berry College women’s lacrosse team has advanced to a 10-1 overall record for the first time in program history. As the anticipation of post-season grows for the women, the men’s lacrosse team is forging their own path through a tough schedule.
Students serve abroad on Spring break mission trips
Over spring break, 13 students between two different campus organizations traveled overseas for mission trips. The Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) group brought nine students to Berlin, Germany, while Campus Outreach took four students to Costa Rica. Although both organizations went to different parts of the globe, students from both groups report that their experiences were lifechanging.
Annual Spring Market Happens at Berry
Last Saturday, the annual Spring Market took place on campus. The market was held on Memorial Drive between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. A wide variety of student vendors attended the event, including Student Enterprises and individual student lead businesses.
Walk a mile in her lab coat: STEM professors share their experiences in the field
Katelynn Singleton, Campus Carrier editor-in-chief Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor From 2010 to 2018, the number of students who received a bachelor’s degree for a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) major increased by […]
We should call our grandparents more often
Bradynn Belcher, Campus Carrier staff writer We live in an era of instant communication. How weird is it that we can have conversations with people all over the world with less than minimal effort? I […]
The Willow Project is environmentally and socially unjust
On March 13, the Biden Administration approved the Willow Project, an oil drilling project in the North Slope of Alaska. The project, which will contribute a great amount to the United States’ already existing carbon […]
Storm downs trees, knocks out power on Berry’s campus
On March 3, 2023, a quick passing storm hit Berry College and the Rome area. Due to the high winds, Berry experienced a substantial amount of damage, mostly dealing with fallen trees and scattered debris. Due to a disruption in a power infrastructure off campus, Berry was also left with no light or electricity for a few hours.
Changes coming to environmental science program
The Department of Environmental Science and Studies is planning to launch major changes to its programs and offerings beginning next fall.