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The Berry Eagles: A Birds-Eye View

Elisabeth Martin, Campus Carrier Features Editor Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier Asst. Features Editor In March of 2012, a student informed Renee Carleton, assistant professor of biology, that he had seen a bald eagle on Berry’s campus. This […]

Ford Auditorium to receive updates next year

In late 2017, Tom Kennedy, Dean of the Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, announced that the planned Ford Auditorium renovation would not begin until all funds were raised.

New scholarship promotes leadership through service

This year is the first year of a new scholarship program being offered at Berry, the Service Fellow scholarship.

Students encouraged to practice safe cycling

Each year, many students choose to bike to and from classes, but with a recent increase in accidents on campus, there are a few tips bikers can heed in order to bike safely around campus.

Berry athletes named SAA ‘Players of the Week’

Several Berry athletes have been recognized as Southern Athletic Association (SAA) athletes of the week this semester.

Campus groups promote Suicide Prevention Month

September is recognized as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and features dates that initiate the discussion of suicide and how it can be prevented, including Sept. 10 as World Suicide Prevention Day and Sept. 10-16 as National Suicide Prevention Week.

Berry Community Remembers 9/11

Elisabeth Martin, Campus Carrier Features Editor Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier Asst. Features Editor   Rev. Erin Moniz, Assistant Chaplain   “I was a junior here at Berry. I had a really unique position because my […]

The Spires ready to break ground this October

Last week The Spires at Berry College, a continuing care retirement community, met its goal in securing 120 deposits on units to house future residents and is now set to break ground this October.

New post office system increases efficiency

This summer, the Berry post office transitioned into a new system of checking in packages and distributing them to students and faculty after outgrowing their last one.

Lug it or leave it: backpacks and back pain

Premature back pain is the unfortunate reality of school students all over the world, who are not educated early on about the importance of keeping their school load as light as possible to preserve their back health down the road.