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New semester brings updated COVID-19 testing protocols 

From Jan. 2 to 9, Berry College conducted a number of return-to-campus testing events, according to the Office of the President’s Jan. 13 email.

Berry to host multiple holiday events

Holiday season is already here, and Christmas is approaching. Students are leaving campus to celebrate this season but before finals, Berry is hosting a handful of holiday parties.

Home-cooked meals can be enjoyed dorm style

If you are staying at Berry over the break, or trying to get the holidays started early, here are some ways to cook budget-friendly holiday meals on campus while looking out for your wallet during this period of inflation. 

Celebrating beyond Christmas: winter holidays in different cultures

Arielle Fischer, features editor Hanukkah  Hanukkah is a traditional Jewish celebration that represents faith and freedom. The eight days of Hanukkah are symbolic of the eight days of candlelight the temple was blessed with following […]

Students analyze champion volleyball team 

This season, Berry’s volleyball team went further than any Berry sports team has gone since transitioning to the NCAA.

Your major does not confine you to a career field 

“What are you going to do with that major?” I’m sure you’ve all heard that question before, from parents or friends or friends’ parents.

Don’t burn yourself out trying to do everything 

Well, this is it. My very last piece for the Campus Carrier before I graduate next week. When I decided that I would write the last op-ed of the semester as my swan song to Berry College, I wasn’t really sure what exactly I wanted to say or what point I wanted to get across.

Our View: Always take sexual assault on campus seriously 

Recently at Berry, students have been trying to raise awareness about the amount of sexual assaults on campus.

U.S. House of Representatives passes Infrastructure Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act late on Nov. 5. U.S. President Joseph Biden signed the bill on Nov. 15, with the money directed towards roads, bridges, public transport and other forms of traditional infrastructure.

Out-of-state students plan for holiday travel

Recently, Berry identified Airport Star Shuttle as a company that will shuttle out-of-state students from Berry to the Atlanta airport.