On June 9, Madeline Odent, daughter of Berry President Steve Briggs, released a series of tweets detailing how bronze statues can be damaged beyond repair using basic household chemicals.
On May 30, the chairs of the Solidarity Week committee hosted a candlelight vigil for students currently living on campus.
An email sent out on May 12 spelled out more specifics for how eligible students will receive federal funds provided to Berry through the CARES Act
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Berry’s senior theater, dance, and music majors have missed out on the opportunity to showcase and celebrate their months of hard work and dedication to their craft
An earlier email from President Briggs said that the college will provide updates as to how and when the funding will be distributed
In an email from Berry president Steve Briggs, seniors were asked to share their preferences for when a rescheduled ceremony would take place
In a statement released Wednesday morning, Berry announced that students will have the option to choose “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory” in lieu of a traditional letter grade for this spring’s classes
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.
Berry College Green Team hosts eco-poetry slam: Students combine passion for conservation with verbal creativity
The Berry College Green Team hosted their second annual eco-poetry slam on Saturday.