Category: Arts and Culture

Concert celebrates ‘African-American Spiritual and Song’

The Berry Singers and selected solo vocalists will perform an African-American spiritual and song concert on Monday in the College Chapel.

Berry students and professors help Rome’s E.C.O. Center educate the community about local wildlife

The Rome-Floyd E.C.O. Center was originally opened in 1893 as a freshwater pumping station for the city of Rome.

Berry affiliates ‘Almost ’ steal the show

Rome Little Theatre’s production of John Cariani’s “Almost, Maine” opens this weekend at the DeSoto Theatre in downtown Rome.

Provost displays student art in Hermann Hall

Alana George, Campus Carrier Asst. Arts & Living Editor Provost Mary Boyd is working with the art department to arrange a display of student art in her office and the hallway leading to her office […]

Lend an ear to ‘God’s Favorite Customer’

Commentary by Alex Hodges, Campus Carrier Arts & Living Editor The origin story of Father John Misty is one based on ego, psychedelics and self-discovery. I do not know anything about tripping on mushrooms in […]

Jazz ensemble to perform at GMEA

The Berry College Jazz Ensemble will perform at the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) conference in Athens, Ga.

Eco Fair unites clubs to ‘SAVE’ environment

A variety of eco-friendly groups and organizations from on and off Berry’s campus set up tables in the Krannert Ballroom on Friday to hold the New Year’s Eco Fair.

Three Waffle Houses, Two Bros, One Night

Noah Syverson and Alex Hodges find themselves on a late-night Waffle House pilgrimage, ranking and reviewing all three of Rome’s locations.