All posts by Viking Fusion

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 11

Noah and John record the pod from detention, though there is some debate about why they are there. Segments include: College football rundown, Matt and Phillip’s film review, NBA week in review, Phillip’s comedy stand-up, and Noah and John play Pictionary.

The Berry Good Life: Asa Daniels

Host, Asa Daniels, introduces the podcast, what it’s about and how it will look. After, he tells a story about himself.

Gunby Equine Center
undergoing renovations

Renovations to the Gunby Equine Center progress to increase horse and rider safety
in the facilities.

Who’s To Say Anything About Roommates?

Shelby, Noah, Matt, and Alyssa talk about roommates at Berry, how to live with them, and without them.

High School Choir Festival Feature

Annual high school choir festival
held at Berry

Learn more about the annual choir festival that featured over 400 high school students.

Trying Our Best | Fall Crafts

Shelby Sims and Katie Ott celebrate fall by making some super cool leaf crafts and discuss some of their favorite fall activities.

Creative Technologies students participate
in community partnership

Learn more about HackBerry Labs’ Studio Design course and the technologies students are developing
to benefit the community.

The Walk-On Diaries Podcast Show: Episode 10

John and Noah are joined by a variety of characters: Matt, Phillip, and Stephen all stop by for segments to discuss…1v1 Basketball Battles of History, Kawhi’s Laugh intramural team update, Matt’s time as a high school classmate of RJ Barrett, Phillip’s standup routine, recap of UGA-FLA and look-ahead to ALA-LSU, Matt and Phillip’s film review of Jojo Rabbit, and Noah’s execution of a push-up

The League of Morons Season 2 Episode 9: Mental Health and College

The Morons discuss the effect that college has on the mental health of college kids today as well as some bands that you should listen too.

Building an ofrenda for Día de los Muertos

Berry students participate in the historic, annual tradition of building an altar
to celebrate and honor loved ones who have passed.