Category: Arts and Culture

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 […]

Clinton Peters’ new book explores Japan

Clinton Peters, visiting assistant professor of creative writing, recently came out with a book compiled of twelve essays.

Ag Week fosters culture of AgriEducation

Mar. 23 is National Agriculture Day, a day that encourages Americans to celebrate producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities and government agencies that contribute to American agriculture. 

Berry Singers performs for live audience

Berry’s music department has seen a great shift in their usual performances due to COVID-19 safety protocols.

BCTC explores interactive cyber theater

The Berry College Theatre Company (BCTC) is setting the stage for a production unlike any it has sponsored before.

Dogwood Cottage garden opens for students

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts & living editor Numerous faculty and staff members live on Berry’s campus and have made the houses here their own. One such house, Dogwood Cottage, used to be inhabited by […]

Ibram X. Kendi opens door for deeper dialogue

Ibram X. Kendi joined Berry last Monday to talk about his book “How to Be an Antiracist.”

Career networking deemed vital for success: LinkedIn, Handshake and other sites provide tools for students

Business networking is often described as essential in constructing a viable approach to getting into whatever career or job a student may want to pursue.

Berry community integrates eagles into campus culture

Atop the tall pine trees that dot Berry’s campus rest some of the college’s most notable residents.