Category: Arts and Culture

Indra Thomas performs on Broadway while teaching students 

Berry’s Artist in Residence, Indra Thomas, appeared in “Intimate Apparel” at the Lincoln Center in New York City from opening night on Monday January 31 through Sunday March 6.

KCAB’s hosts Spring Formal and Casino Night

Sarah Varnadoe, Campus Carrier staff writer The end of March and beginning of April are busy times for Berry students, with it almost being the end of the semester. Apart from classes and homework, students […]

Spires works to build relationship with students

Berry College Student Government Association (SGA) is partnering with residents of the Spires to provide students with an opportunity to network with individuals who have worked in their future career field, and also allows the residents to establish a lasting relationship with the student population. 

Pattinson or BATtinson: “The Batman” review 

Matt Reeves’s “The Batman” did not feel like any other superhero film. Instead, the murder mystery plot allowed for audiences to engage with the film in a distinct fashion. Each second revealed answers to who the killer might be, while also revealing the secrets of each character.

Going underground with outdoor rec

Watch Viking Fusion Assistant News Producer Nolan Scoretz overcome his claustrophobia on a caving trip with Berry’s department of recreation.

Berry freshman plays epic role in worldwide podcast 

Berry College freshman Mariana Harrison stars as Tara Callahan in Wonkybot’s brand defining, podcast series “Tara Tremendous.” Wonkybot is an award-winning content and publishing company that creates one-of-a-kind intellectual properties to use in immersive and entertaining content experiences. 

Hospitality House Thrift Van educates Berry community 

You might have seen a bright pink van rolling around campus. You are witnessing a van with a mission: the Hospitality House Thrift Van. 

Leadership Fellows host fundraiser for Ugandan orphans

On Feb. 22, the Leadership Fellows scholarship hosted an event known as SOUP Off. With 22 soup entries and over 200 attendees, the SOUP Off raised an estimated $1200, according to Cecily Crow, Leadership Fellows scholarship coordinator.

Steven Keith: Amplifying diversity through music

Berry’s Artist Affiliate of Flute performed a solo concert on Tuesday to highlight work by diverse classical composers.

Georgia lawmakers push to pass constitutional carry bill

On Wednesday, Jan. 5 Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp met with state legislators and National Rifle Association affiliates at a Georgia gun store, according to USNews. At the assembly, Kemp expressed his supportive for the notion to enact less restrictive carry permit laws.