Category: Arts and Culture

Berry “Senior” experiences Spring class

Residents of The Spires enjoy many unique opportunities due to their location on a college campus, including auditing classes with students.

Mr. Berry 2022

SGA hosted Mr. Berry Fundraising event in April.

Seniors decorate caps for graduation

As finals week approaches, graduation is also drawing near. Berry’s graduation gowns are navy blue with the Berry College seal on the right-hand shoulder. Caps are the same color. However, to stick out in the sea of Berry blue, seniors have the option of decorating their graduation cap.

Communication department adds new concentration 

The communication department at Berry College is adding a new concentration called communication and media studies. The new concentration will be available to students starting in fall 2022.

Superstitions and routines relax preparing athletes

There has always been a relationship between superstitions and sports but the members of the Berry College Athletics Department have a different take on their connection.

Blue Hen Eggs seeks financial prosperity 

Blue Hen Eggs is a student-led organization that plans to expand and become more financially prosperous in the near future. 

Media Law class plans to host CE credit event

On Monday, the COM 416 class will present “Freedom Sings: Celebrating the First Amendment,” an evening of music performances of banned songs as well as banned book readings in Frost Chapel. The event is not only a cultural event credit (CE), but is also an opportunity to reflect on the history and significance of the First Amendment and recognize the current conversation around the First Amendment. 

What are you listening to?: Episode 1

Viking Fusion staff members Addison Howard and Nolan Scoretz travel Berry’s campus to find out what type of music students are listening to.

Outdoor premiere broadens student horizons

Viking Fusion presents a sneak peek of the Berry College Theatre Company’s spring musical “Chicago,” debuting tonight in front of Sister’s Theatre. The show will run Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. with additional performances on Sunday and Tuesday.

Ramifications diversity issue gives voice to marginalized students

On Tuesday March 29 Ramifications (RAM), the Berry College Art and Literary Magazine, released its special diversity issue.