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Women’s suffrage exhibit comes to Rome

The League of Women Voters for Rome-Floyd county partnered with the Rome Area History Museum to host the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum’s Traveling Wall exhibit in honor of the national league’s 100th year.

Black History Month 2020: On Campus

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Kelsee Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor In fall 2018, only six percent of Berry’s undergraduate student body identified as black or African American, according to the National Center for Education […]

Highlights from SGA concerning the LifeWorks program

On Tuesday, Chief of Staff Debbie Heida attended SGA in order to discuss the proposed changes to the LifeWorks program.

Music students gain access to new technologies

Music students at Berry have always had a large selection of music-making resources and tools at their disposal, and that selection has only grown in recent months as the school has completed renovations of various music facilities, including the Ford Auditorium.

Students and faculty advise on what not to get your significant other for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day: a holiday filled with love, chocolate, dates, cards and of course, immense anxiety.

Valentine’s Day Venturing: Where to go in Rome

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Kelsey Brady, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Courtyard Rome Riverwalk: For $25 per person, the Courtyard Rome Riverwalk by Marriott, will offer a Valentine’s Day dinner on Feb. 14 from 6 […]

Living a sustainable lifestyle is unrealistic

In a culture that pushes its participants to live up to unrealistic standards of perfection, a holistic approach to a sustainable lifestyle is unapproachable.

The Democratic party should ban caucus voting systems

On Sunday, the Iowa Democratic Party released the final election results from the state caucuses for the democratic presidential candidate.

Our View: Where instituions fail, celebrities are picking up the slack

Last week, our editorial board discussed the inequality and unfairness of the Academy. These judgements were based on nominations for this year, as well as years past. However, the 92nd Oscars took place this past […]

Berry community gives students advice about coronavirus

As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in China, the Study Abroad Office and the Health Center are preparing Berry’s community for the possibility of the virus spreading.