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There’s no such thing as the “perfect” woman

Rachel Hartdegen, Campus Carrier staff writer Over the years, society has defined the perfect woman. Whether through our celebrity role models or our favorite movies and TV shows, it has been made abundantly clear what a […]

Frozen shows a realistic relationship between sisters

“Frozen” is one of the best decisions that Disney has ever made.

Our View: Xenophobia isn’t a side-effect of the coronavirus

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in Wuhan, China late last year, the global death toll has now risen to 1,770 and the global tally of diagnoses is 71,204.

Departments react and prepare for LifeWorks changes

Berry’s LifeWorks program is undergoing a renewal process that plans to lower the amount of hours students can work while increasing hourly wages, with an overall budget cut of 25 percent to each department.

Democratic primary election date approaches in Georgia

On March 24, Georgia will host their 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Election.

Berry bookstore to become a student enterprise

The Berry bookstore is set to become a student enterprise this summer as part of the LifeWorks renewal process.

Campus Carrier receives multiple awards at GCPA

The Campus Carrier staff brought home 11 awards from this year’s Georgia College Press Association (GCPA) Better Newspaper Contest, including their second consecutive first-place win for General Excellence in Division B.

Sleep plays a critical role in students’ wellness

Noah Isherwood, Campus Carrier asst. arts & living editor Sleep is a constant topic of conversation in classrooms, dorms and public places around campus. Students regularly discuss how much sleep they are getting, and generally realize […]

Justus Edwards shares positives on road to recovery

Timothy Belin, Campus Carrier asst. sports editor Taylor Corley, Campus Carrier arts & living editor On Sept. 22, 2018, junior free safety Justus Edwards suffered a serious spinal injury while playing football against Centre College. Edwards required […]

Masters resigns as defensive coordinator, Smith takes over

Head Football Coach Tony Kunczewski said that Zack Smith, who has served as the defensive line coach for the team since 2015, has been promoted to defensive coordinator for the Berry football team following Nate Masters’ resignation from this role to accept the defensive coordinator position at another college.