Noonday prayer is sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office and is an opportunity for students to pause and pray every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at noon in the Krannert Student Center.
TikTok is currently the fastest growing social media platform, and its gamut of quirky dances, lip sync videos and relatable memes are taking over screens everywhere.
On Jan. 13, the Moon Gallery debuted a new art exhibit called “Calamity,” with art pieces that all share the common theme of the Holocaust.
Unique art class at Berry makes sculptures and community projects.
How coffee enthusiasts at Berry College come together to create a community.
Personal stories of non-music majors participating in Berry music ensembles.
Released this past week, “Knives Out” is a whodunit-turned-thriller movie starring Daniel Craig, Toni Collette, Chris Evans and Jamie Lee Curtis, and directed by Rian Johnson.
“Ford v Ferrari” is a fantastic dramatic biography that takes place in 1966.
The Berry College Dance Troupe is kicking off this holiday season in Sisters Theatre with their show, “Holiday Wonders,” which features pieces choreographed by students and the company’s new lead and visiting assistant professor, Sara Pecina.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, those with stricter diets, whether by choice or necessity, are beginning to think of how the menu for their holiday feast will need to be altered.