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Berry plans potential vaccine distribution for faculty, staff

On Jan. 21, Berry administration first notified staff and faculty of plans to provide them COVID-19 vaccines.

Eight alternatives to the classic Valentine’s Day date

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Jana Morning, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Car rides: What is more romantic than love song playlists, watching the sunset, stargazing and feeling the cold air flow through the […]

Football ready to make the most of shortened season

With over a year since their last game, Berry football is finally set to return to the field this Saturday as they launch their campaign for a fifth successive Southern Athletic Association (SAA) championship.

Track and field overcomes challenges in new season

The men and women’s track and field teams kicked off their 2021 spring season at the Roanoke elite indoor meet on Feb. 6.

New BCTC cabaret explores theatre ‘Through the Ages’

Berry’s upcoming theatre production, “Through the Ages,” is a cabaret centered around theatre and musical theatre.

Berry police officer Jeff Smith dies of COVID-19 complications

According to an email from the President’s Office, last Friday night, Berry Campus Police Sergeant Jeff Smith died of COVID-19.

Six Tips to Keep Your Plant Happy and Healthy

Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Jana Morning, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Watering Over or underwatering a plant is one of the easiest ways to kill it. Many new plant owners fail to determine […]

Brumbelow settling in as new sports information director

Nearly a month after Berry hired her as its new director of sports information and promotion (SID), Brooke Brumbelow is integrating herself quickly to help the athletics department thrive.

Equestrian team finds alternatives to national competition

On Jan. 9, the Intercollegiate Horse Shows Association (IHSA) announced the cancelation of the 2021 IHSA postseason, including the Hunter Seat Zone Finals, Western Semi-Finals and the National Championship Horse Show.

Admissions office receives increase in applications

Berry has received a significant increase in the total number of students who have applied for the fall 2021 semester, forcing the Admissions Office to adapt quickly.