All posts by Campus Carrier

Gone phishing: Berry combats fraudulent emails

As Berry continues to develop in the digital world, more protection is required to guard student and faculty information online.

Newcomers expected to have significant impact this season

Berry’s women’s basketball team has high expectations for the 2018-19 season.

Swim and dive prevails in fall season

The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are already deep into their 2018-2019 seasons with four meets under their sleeve and the Viking Fall Fest Invitational coming up in the coming weeks.

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is a killer Queen film

When I heard that a Queen biopic was in the works for 2018, I was both excited and worried.

Berry students gear up for National Novel Writing Month

Nov. 1 marked the beginning of National Novel Writing Month, a month-long writing competition with a goal of 50,000 words by the end of November.

Our View: Hateful rhetoric can have scary consequences

In late October, more than a dozen Democrats and known critics of President Trump, including two former presidents, were the targets of explosives, mailed to them by a conservative extremist and Trump supporter.

First year student? Consider philosophy

Everyone knows that you go to college to land a dream job, and to land your dream job you need to choose the right major.

Don’t get caught up in holiday greeting debates

The debate concerning “Merry Christmas” versus “Happy Holidays” is a debate that is brewing with the holiday season coming up.

Football earns third straight SAA championship title

For the third time in their five-year history as a program, the Berry Vikings football team was crowned Southern Athletic Association conference champions on Saturday.

Closely Followed Georgia Election Brings Large Voter Turnout

Polls opened at 8 a.m. on Oct. 15 as record numbers of Georgians made their way to submit ballots.