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CPPD creates new scholarship for students

This year, the Center of Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) began a new scholarship program open to upperclassmen.

Music department virtually hosts first concert of the year: Associate music professor, Kris Carlisle, and guest pianist kickoff Faculty Artist Series on Zoom

On Oct. 15, Kris Carlisle, associate professor of music, performed in a piano concert with visiting artist Rachel Chung as part of the Music Department’s ongoing Faculty Artist Series.

Berry to begin testing residence hall sewage waste

Berry will soon be testing for COVID-19 by examining the levels of COVID-19 in sewage wastewater.

When reading, look beyond assigned books

When I was in middle school and high school, I was that kid that would sit at home and read hundreds of pages in a YA, thriller or romance novel daily.

Our View: Graduate school application process is too costly

Many students at Berry are considering attending graduate and professional schools, and are beginning to make these decisions now.

Sports teams practice under adjusted regulations

On Oct. 12 all sports teams at Berry resumed practices after having them suspended due to a spike in Berry’s COVID-19 case numbers.

Fall sports move to spring as SAA confirms tentative schedule

On Oct. 16, the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) announced it had tentatively approved a modified schedule for fall sports to compete in the spring.

SOLE hikes to crash site and plans future events

The Society of Outdoor Life and Exploration, SOLE, is an organization devoted to planning outdoor events like hiking, caving, biking and rock climbing.

The good, the bad, the pandemic: COVID-19 affects everyday life

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Jana Morning, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Mental health Stress resilience is the ability to adapt to trauma or tragedy, and assistant director of counseling Terri Cordle mentions that […]

Professors offer advice about how to properly research candidates

With Election day only just two weeks away, the last presidential debate will be held tonight, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m.