All posts by Campus Carrier

User safety is a communal effort

Hearing of the passing of the young University of South Carolina student, my fears and disappointment of our society were only solidified.

Business students partner with Austrian app

Berry College entrepreneurial students partnered with an Austrian startup company that allows them to manage the photo contest app, Photogramm.

There’s no ‘typical’ parent-child relationship

I grew up with a strong, independent, northern mom and a dad who came from Switzerland and struggles with the English language to this day.

‘EventHorizon’ project explores fusion of technology and art

Currently on display at the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art at Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga., is a massive combination of interactive technology and visual art created by Zane Cochran.

Berry turns off lights to spread environmental awareness

On Saturday the Berry community participated in the annual global Earth Hour.

Orgullo’s ‘Maze Runner’ showcases complexities of immigration

Last Thursday, Orgullo hosted their second Maze Runner event titled “Maze Runner: An Immigrant’s Experience.”

The Berry Water Supply: Watering Down the Filtration Process

Since the early 1900s, the reservoir located on Mountain Campus has served as Berry College’s main water supply.

Huie at top of DIII stats, team hopeful for rest of the seasonFriday

Sophomore outfielder Zach Huie has seven triples on the season, which is tied for second place for most triples.

Walk MS event raises money for MS research

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is hosting a Walk MS event at the Cage Center on Saturday.

Our View: Pass/fail grading encourages well-rounded education

We’ve all had a class that has seemed so obviously not important to your major, but somehow has affected your GPA the most.