By Mary Banks Shelander, COM 250 Reporter Edited by Taylor Nettis, COM 303 Editor ROME, Ga. — Every year for the past three years, Dr. Casey Dexter’s psychology class has worked with clients at the […]
The closures caused by the COVID-19 crisis have forced Berry’s campus ministries to adapt their programming to best fit student’s needs
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Berry’s senior theater, dance, and music majors have missed out on the opportunity to showcase and celebrate their months of hard work and dedication to their craft
Berry College Green Team hosts eco-poetry slam: Students combine passion for conservation with verbal creativity
The Berry College Green Team hosted their second annual eco-poetry slam on Saturday.
On Friday, the junior class hosted the 2020 Mr. Berry competition was held in the Bell Recital Hall at Ford Auditorium.
Noah Isherwood, Campus Carrier asst. arts & living editor Sleep is a constant topic of conversation in classrooms, dorms and public places around campus. Students regularly discuss how much sleep they are getting, and generally realize […]
The League of Women Voters for Rome-Floyd county partnered with the Rome Area History Museum to host the Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum’s Traveling Wall exhibit in honor of the national league’s 100th year.
Music students at Berry have always had a large selection of music-making resources and tools at their disposal, and that selection has only grown in recent months as the school has completed renovations of various music facilities, including the Ford Auditorium.