New York set designer and Berry alumnus Carl Tallent is back on campus to design the set for Berry College Theatre Company’s upcoming production of Rumors.
A farce, in theatre, is what I have understood to be a comedy that entertains through improbable situations created through exaggeration and extravagance.
Sculptor and professor Ruth Stanford came to Berry Monday to discuss her sculpture Listed.
The Redneck Rummage Sale attracted people of all ages to buy and sell any-and-all things deemed as treasures, trinkets or odds and ends.
First Baptist Church of Rome hosted “Sing Together! A Hymn Festival” on Sunday afternoon.
Berry students walk around one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country every day, but some may not realize that the campus has often been featured on the silver screen and television screens.
Tonight, two-time Grammy-nominated Australian saxophonist and composer Troy Roberts returns to Berry with his recent release, “Nu-Jive Perspective.”
Saturday was the bi-annual Berry Farmers Market, held in Clara Bowl, offering a variety of goods.
Premature back pain is the unfortunate reality of school students all over the world, who are not educated early on about the importance of keeping their school load as light as possible to preserve their back health down the road.
Ana La Guardia has made her much anticipated return to restaurant ownership in Rome with her new restaurant, Scores Sports Bar and Grill.