Category: Arts and Culture

Tax assistance program serves Berry

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is an IRS tax preparation service offered to Berry students, faculty, staff and community members for free. The program began on Jan. 28 and continues through April 15. It is offered each week on Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the basement of Green. 

Participate in Valentine’s Day events 

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and many are getting ready for the holiday. Valentine’s Day originated as a Christian holiday around 500 AD and has since become a holiday to celebrate love in all its forms, but specifically romantic.

Scholarship interview days remain virtual

During their time as prospective students, many current Berry students participated in scholarship day interviews, even if they are not necessarily in those programs now. This Berry experience has stayed virtual, even as students attend in-person classes and tour groups travel around campus regularly. 

Eco club’s new name brings new goals 

Berry hosts more than 75 student organizations catering to the different interests of students in the community. A club formerly known by the acronym S.A.V.E., Students Against Violating the Earth, has recently rebranded to the “Eco Club.”

Elementary children prove to be resilient during pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaped the majority of young children’s lives. Especially the time of their life that they remember.

The COVID-19 pandemic changes New Year’s resolutions

As the last days of January grow near, it may be time to dwell on the state of your Jan. 1 resolutions, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has remolded your views of resolutions. 

Music students perform comedy opera 

Berry College is home to numerous musically talented groups and individuals. One musical group on campus, Berry College Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop recently performed a one act, 40-minute opera.

New entertainment releases over winter break 

The world rages on with more concerns for the future in the era of COVID-19. Yet, the end of 2021 had some bright spots.

Food insecurity continues beyond holiday season

As the semester ramps up, it is easy to imagine the holiday season, the season of giving, being a distant memory. While life moves forward, individuals and families experiencing food insecurity remain. 

Costuming at Berry

For the Berry College Theater Department, productions are created from the ground up and costumes are made from scratch in the costume shop.