Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor Katelynn Singleton, Campus Carrier editor-in-chief Casino Night is a staple of Berry culture. Like the Semi-Formal and the Formal events, Berry students take the opportunity to dress up in […]
Berry College Dining Services provides food to students with all dietary restrictions including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free restrictions. In the past six months, Dining Services has intentionally made changes in the food options to accommodate more students with these dietary restrictions.
Latifa Madesko, contributor What is the worst movie you have ever seen? Now that I have you thinking specifically about bad movies, notice how you did not think of a science-fiction (sci-fi) or dystopian movie? […]
The Student Activities Center has now been redefined with a new name and director. Now known as the Office of Student Involvement, director David Eller has settled into his new role and hopes to garner new relationships with students.
Dekalb County will soon be home to a new 85 acre police training facility that will include an auditorium for police and public use, a mock city for burn building training and urban police training, an Emergency Vehicle Operator Course for emergency vehicle driver training, as well as a K-9 unit kennel and training center, according to the center’s website. The Atlanta Police Foundation will build the facility under a lease agreement with the city of Atlanta.
In response to rising inflation and an uncertain economic outlook, Berry College has announced pay raises for its faculty and staff. All employees with more than six months of employment with the college are eligible for the raises. David Slade, interim provost, said that the raises were announced by college president Stephen Briggs at the annual convocation for faculty and staff.
As Berry’s lacrosse teams prepare to start the 2023 season, team members and coaches seek a year that will put the teams on the conference map after years of rebuilding team culture.
Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor Katelynn Singleton, Campus Carrier editor-in-chief The weather has become increasingly severe, from the polar vortex that struck the country during Christmas weekend to the extreme rain and weather that […]