Magazine highlights local tourist spots

Southern Living published an online article on Nov. 2 titled “15 best things to do in Rome, Georgia.” The number one spot on the list highlights Oak Hill and the Martha Berry Museum, while spot number two encourages visitors of the Rome area to tour Berry College. The 13 other spots are dedicated to esteemed local businesses, restaurants and historical locations.  Continue reading Magazine highlights local tourist spots

Internet oversharing is extremely problematic

Carson Bonner, Campus Carrier news editor We’ve gotten too comfortable, too vocal and too loud on the internet. We see influencers who don’t understand the concept of oversharing and politicians tweeting their every thought, whether or not it’s actually true, and we accept this as an everyday practice that is to be mimicked and followed. So we share. And we share some more. And sometimes, … Continue reading Internet oversharing is extremely problematic

Berry must prioritize accessibility

Bumpy and cracked sidewalks, buildings with stairs but no elevators, and heavy doors without a button to open them automatically are only a few of the obstacles people with physical disabilities are forced to face while on Berry’s campus. While there may not be many students and faculty in Berry’s population with permanent physical disabilities, how many times have you seen a student using crutches … Continue reading Berry must prioritize accessibility

Office of Student Involvement provides updates

The Office of Student Involvement (OSI) is an umbrella office that oversees several groups. These are the Krannert Center Activities Board (KCAB), the Leadership and Service Fellows scholarship program, campus transportation and the Grocery Shuttle, which takes students to and from the grocery store every few weeks. The OSI also manages the information desk in the Krannert Lobby and manage student organizations. Continue reading Office of Student Involvement provides updates

House of Representatives elects new speaker

Heath Hutcheson, Campus Carrier staff writer On Oct. 25, Republican Congressman Mike Johnson of Louisiana was elected as the new Speaker of the House. His election follows three tumultuous weeks without a speaker following the removal of Republican Kevin McCarthy from California. In total, the house went about 22 days before Johnson was elected, which is actually not the longest time the chamber has gone … Continue reading House of Representatives elects new speaker