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Berry TikTok-er claims fame with creativity

TikTok is currently the fastest growing social media platform, and its gamut of quirky dances, lip sync videos and relatable memes are taking over screens everywhere.

Streaming services lose their appeal as options increase

When looking to subscribe to a streaming service today, consumers have a wide variety of choices.

Our View: Celebrities should do good, no matter their motivations

Headlines have often highlighted the charitable donations of the elite and praised them for their generosity and good nature.

End of decade brings social, political, environmental change

Read our Winter Break News Wrap up and catch up on the major events that happened while students were away.

Berry community celebrates the life of Ouida Dickey

Ouida Word Dickey, who dedicated over 72 years of her life to serving Berry, died on New Year’s Eve at age 91.

Many Braves fans do not approve of stadium’s new name

Since the Atlanta Braves moved from Turner Field in southeastern Atlanta to their new ballpark in suburban Cobb County in 2017, the ballpark has been known as SunTrust Park.

Berry basketball teams ready to end season strong

After playing through the winter break, Berry’s basketball teams are finding their rhythm as they enter the second half of the season.

Moon Gallery showcases Holocaust art

On Jan. 13, the Moon Gallery debuted a new art exhibit called “Calamity,” with art pieces that all share the common theme of the Holocaust.

What To Know When Serving As A Viking Volunteer

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Kelsey Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Volunteering through BCVS: Berry College Volunteer Services (BCVS) is a student-led office that helps connect the campus to Floyd County by facilitating volunteer opportunities […]