Category: Arts and Culture

Have difficult conversations in a comfortable manner: Holiday conversations with family can be productive, if done tastefully

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts & living editor Students are packing up and moving out for winter break tomorrow. With going home comes the anxiety of difficult conversations over the holidays. Most students will be […]

Viking Fusion 2020 Election Poll Results

From September to November, Viking Fusion conducted a polling campaign to learn more about the Berry community’s engagement with the 2020 presidential election.

Pandemic causes changes to annual holiday events

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to drastic changes in virtually all aspects of everyday life.

Berry hosts discussion on racial justice and antiracism: Features guest lecturer Brandon Michael Mace, a New York City artist

Last Friday, Scott Willis, director of Berry’s Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop, sponsored a guest lecture featuring Brandon Michael Mace, a New York City-based artist and activist who recently founded, Broadway for Racial Justice, an organization that promotes antiracism and racial justice within the artistic fields.

College students face burnout at end of semester

COVID-19 has disrupted the day-to-day lives of most Americans.

Construction of new businesses continues at East Bend

Developers are continuing construction at the East Bend shopping center near downtown Rome.

Music department virtually hosts first concert of the year: Associate music professor, Kris Carlisle, and guest pianist kickoff Faculty Artist Series on Zoom

On Oct. 15, Kris Carlisle, associate professor of music, performed in a piano concert with visiting artist Rachel Chung as part of the Music Department’s ongoing Faculty Artist Series.

SOLE hikes to crash site and plans future events

The Society of Outdoor Life and Exploration, SOLE, is an organization devoted to planning outdoor events like hiking, caving, biking and rock climbing.