It is a popular notion that creative people, be it artists, writers, singer-songwriters or whoever else creates cultural pieces, are and must have a mental-health challenge or serious trauma to be the creative person that they are. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth.
No one likes to sit around and think about the world ending.
The Berry College Athletic Department announced the hiring of Jason Hanes as the director of sports information and promotions.
Although the end of last semester brought about a temporary relaxation of mask and testing policies for Berry sports, the Omicron variant not only cut short Berry women’s swim team trip over the winter break, but also ensured stricter COVID-19 policies for all winter sports.
As the semester ramps up, it is easy to imagine the holiday season, the season of giving, being a distant memory. While life moves forward, individuals and families experiencing food insecurity remain.
On Jan. 10, the Georgia General Assembly began meeting in the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. The Assembly will meet for 40 days, ending in late March.
The week of Feb. 7, Berry plans to host a Major and Career Exploration Week for students. It will include events throughout the week where students can interact with staff members and gain insight into different majors on campus and possible future careers paths.