Category: Arts and Culture

Kennedy retires after 14 years as Evans dean

Berry’s Dean of the Evan’s School for Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Tom Kennedy, is stepping down from his position after the 2021 spring semester. 

Berry Bees to undergo expansion due to high demand

Spring semester may be coming to an end, but the Berry Bee student enterprise is already preparing for the Fall 2021 semester.

Graduating seniors talk about next step

Berry is nearing the end of the semester, with graduation being only two weeks away.

Choir concert features multicultural music

On Saturday, multiple Berry choirs will be performing their final concert for the semester.

Marcus Flowers vies for Greene’s Congress seat

Unlike in her first election, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, who represents Rome and the rest of Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, will face opposition from the Democratic party.

Comic culture influences American media

In the last fifteen years, North America has seen a boom in superhero movies.

First-Year Mentors guide students in mending mistakes

Kevin T. Velez, Campus Carrier asst. arts & living editor Netflix’s recently released documentary “The Last Blockbuster” features the last remaining store of its former competitor, Blockbuster. The company was once the leading video rental […]

Capabilities of HackBerry grow with lab expansion

Although Berry boasts its strong historic roots through maintaining certain traditions like Mountain Day, the school that was originally founded to educate rural children is literally and physically expanding its use of innovative technology in fields of study and student life with its plan to expand HackBerry Lab, home to the creative technologies program.

Administration promotes diversity survey: More than 50% of students take Diverse Learning Environments Survey

On Mar. 24, the President’s Office sent an email containing a link to a Diverse Learning Environments Survey (DLE) to the student body.

Carrier reacts to recieving the COVID-19 vaccine

Commentary by Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Picnics in the sun, carpool karaoke, concerts in the park and even shaking hands with a stranger, it has been an entire year without all of the […]