Category: Arts and Culture

KCAB’S Valentine’s Day celebration is for singles

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts & living editor Berry’s KCAB has organized events for major holidays every year. This Valentine’s Day weekend, they organized Gals and Pals for the Berry community, including games, food, and […]

Oak Hill exhibit links Berry to famous designer

Berry is hosting the “Palaces for the People: Guastavino and America’s Great Public Spaces” at Oak Hill.

Movie theaters offer alternative viewing options

As the COVID-19 pandemic has continued to limit access to services in a variety of sectors, movie theaters have been some of the hardest categories of business to have operations limited.

New BCTC cabaret explores theatre ‘Through the Ages’

Berry’s upcoming theatre production, “Through the Ages,” is a cabaret centered around theatre and musical theatre.

Potential benefits of music therapy explored in new class

Grace Jordan, Campus Carrier arts and living editor Berry has broadened its curriculum over the years to add classes such as Pirates and Gangsters and Philosophy of CS Lewis. Beginning this semester, students are now […]

Conspiracy theories heavily impact American politics

The seeds of doubt against government institutions have been planted into the political landscape of the United States.

Winter break entertainment in review

Commentary by Carrier staff Winter break started (technically) on Nov. 20, 2020 with finals ending two weeks later on Dec. 4, 2020. The academic calendar was altered last semester to allow students more time at […]

Women in Lab

Women in STEM careers endure discrimination and face stigma

Careers that relate to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (or STEM) are often advertised as crucial for our growing society and tend to be well compensated not only for the necessary specialized training, but also for the high demand for the work performed by these careers.

Rome bakery offers dietary-conscious food options

Rome, Ga. is home to many eateries, all with a wide variety of cuisine, from Jerusalem Grill’s Mediterranean grill to Crawdaddy’s Cajun grill.

Music Department COVID Restrictions

Berry College’s Music Department authorized new procedures and equipment amongst coronavirus concerns during the 2020 fall semester. (Feature photo taken prior to COVID restricitions)