Berry College Dining Services provides food to students with all dietary restrictions including vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free restrictions. In the past six months, Dining Services has intentionally made changes in the food options to accommodate more students with these dietary restrictions.
Across Rome, there are 16 miles of multiuse trails that have been advancing over the past few years. City Engineering is currently building a ramp that will connect the Mount Berry trail with the rest of the Rome trail system called ECO Greenway. With one more connecting piece, Berry students, faculty and staff could access the Mount Berry trail and entire Rome trail system through Berry school property.
Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Day at Berry looked a little different this year. This past Monday, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (D&I), the Chaplain’s Office, the Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship and Berry College Volunteer Services (BCVS) came together to host events for students to celebrate the life of the civil rights activist.
Rosemary Chesney, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Actor and producer Tyler Perry’s next major film, titled Six Triple Eight, began filming on Berry’s campus on Jan. 9 and will go until Jan. 20. This movie, […]
This semester, senior Alyssa Freyman began a scriptwriting club as a place for any student interested in scriptwriting to collaborate and discuss their latest works. This club is meant not only to be an outlet for filmmakers on campus but also for any student interested in creative writing.
Students taking studio art classes this semester are showing off their work in the ‘Select’ student art exhibition this week. Open to anyone in a studio art class, the gallery consists of artwork from all kinds of majors and skill levels.
The Krannert Center Activities Board (KCAB) is gearing up for the end of the semester. With semi-formal, “Holidays at Berry” and a coffee house on the horizon before finals, the teams are busy preparing for the last events of the year.
The new club National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) which started this semester held its first solo event last Friday. This kickoff event featured a local instructor teaching sock hop dancing, a style of line dancing from the 1950s, for students of all skills in dance to learn.