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Foo Fighters have a sound for everyone to enjoy

One of the most influential bands to date began in 1994 through the collaboration of several talented artists, many of whom already belonged to other bands.

New women’s soccer members adjusting quickly

Jacob Hunt, Campus Carrier staff writer Women’s soccer is back with a team perfectly divided by experience. With 16 new members and 16 returning, the Vikings are trying to find their stride once again by […]

Volleyball makes statement with early success

Seven games into the season, Berry volleyball has already defeated three nationally ranked teams and taken No.1 Emory University all the way in a tiebreaker set, sending a strong message to their competitors.

BCC 100 changes to help students through first semester

Berry College Courses, commonly known as BCC groups to professors and students, was changed from lasting the duration of ten weeks to a full semester for the first time.

Past successes forgotten as football looks ahead

Fresh from their third consecutive SAA championship title, Berry football wants to avoid lingering on previous success as they prepare for the new season.

Student Enterprises open new store on campus

The Berry College Student Enterprise team has expanded their horizons and established a physical store here on campus.

Our View: Intervention is needed in the Amazon

At the end of August, raging fires happening in the Amazon rainforests drew global attention.

The environmental movement should be more accessible

Environmentalism is becoming increasingly more accessible.

Educational entertainment: podcasts gain popularity among students

In our increasingly technological society, the ways in which we entertain and educate ourselves are constantly adapting to the newest iteration of the digital landscape.

Solidarity Week enters third year with new committee

The third annual Solidarity Week begins Sept. 9 and offers students a week of activities focused on recognizing and teaching others about differences.