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Berry hosts Novice Nationals Forensics Tournament

Beginning March 6 and lasting through March 8, Berry will be hosting the Novice Nationals Forensics Tournament.

Berry tennis looking to kickstart season over spring break

The start of the season for Berry’s men’s and women’s tennis teams has been repeatedly disrupted by the weather, but with a week-long trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina, coming up over spring break, the teams are ready to finally get their season going. 

Declutter For Spring Cleaning: Mind, Body and Soul Edition

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Kelsey Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor As a college student, every day can be stressful. Along with being a student, there are also responsibilities that include having a job/s, volunteer […]

Bob Dylan’s range encompasses numerous mediums

Asa Daniels, Campus Carrier online editor It goes without saying that whether or not someone likes art is subjective. However, in some form or another, the works of songwriter Bob Dylan have the possibility of being […]

Inside social anxiety and introversion: how to love us

Alana George, Campus Carrier copy editor Have you ever felt like your brain is overreacting to the smallest things? Like whatever you say and do is being scrutinized by those around you and you can’t shut […]

Our View: A well-rounded education is worth it, no matter the extra requirements

Recently a tweet suggesting cutting the cost of college by cutting gen-ed classes made its rounds on social media.

Berry wins grant for Title IX education program

On Feb. 24, Lindsey Taylor, vice president of student affairs, sent a campus-wide email announcing that Berry College was one of 50 recipients for the Campus Program award from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.

COVID-19 continues to affect Georgia and study abroad

On Monday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that there are now two confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in metro-Atlanta.

School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences hires new dean

On Feb. 20, Alice Suroviec, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, was announced as the next dean of the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.