Berry’s first ASL interest group met last Wednesday for their first meeting. The group hopes to increase awareness about the deaf community.
Although topics such as inclusion and appreciation of diversity have always been of great importance, in the past few years, they have come to the forefront of national conversations. The need to recognize these topics also exists on the Berry campus as well.
The music department at Berry provides a way for students to express themselves through a creative outlet.
Berry College Dance Company (BCDC) recently began rehearsals for their winter show, ‘Holiday Wonders.’ The show features choreography by Sara Pecina, the director of the dance department at Berry, and seven BCDC students.
Rosemary Chesney, arts and living editor On Thursday Sept. 15, Core Ensemble presented Los Valientes by Jose Cruz Gonzalez, a chamber music theatre production featuring a solo actor, David Perez-Ribada. Perez-Ribada played three Hispanic historical figures. Despite […]
Anna Rinaggio, Campus Carrier asst. arts and living editor Social media plays a big role in today’s society. From Instagram to LinkedIn, there are tons of platforms available for anyone to use. In recent years, […]