Category: Arts and Culture

Viking Fusion shifts focus with high school film festival

Viking Fusion will host its High School Film Festival on Friday at 7 p.m. in the McAllister Auditorium.

Streaming is the new cable: student streaming on the rise

Television and movie streaming services are now the top-earning entertainment platforms of the millennial generation.

A Bull Riding Battle

Last weekend’s Battle on the Mountain bull riding event at the Gunby Equine Center proved to be an entertaining show for both Berry students and community attendees alike

‘EventHorizon’ project explores fusion of technology and art

Currently on display at the Mason-Scharfenstein Museum of Art at Piedmont College in Demorest, Ga., is a massive combination of interactive technology and visual art created by Zane Cochran.

Walk MS event raises money for MS research

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is hosting a Walk MS event at the Cage Center on Saturday.

Social Media in college: the pros and cons

Alana George, Campus Carrier Asst. Arts & Living Editor Social media use is common, even expected, for any college student. At Berry, social media have become more prevalent in recent years, with new marketing campaigns […]

New ‘ARTistas’ exhibit celebrates Hispanic artists

On March 19, the new “ARTistas” exhibit opened in Moon Gallery to celebrate art created by Hispanic artists.

Lumina offers itself as both study space and premium coffee provider

Sitting just 2.1 miles away, Lumina Coffee House is growing popular among Berry students due to its proximity to campus and its study-friendly environment

Local bakery owner competes on Food Network show

Kevin Dillmon, the owner of Honeymoon Bakery, will compete on Food Network’s “Spring Baking Championship.”