Category: News

Injured doe roams Berry’s campus

Berry’s population of nearly 1,500 deer are often visible on campus, but one injured doe has led to multiple calls to Berry PD over concerns for the animal’s wellbeing.

CPPD creates new scholarship for students

This year, the Center of Personal and Professional Development (CPPD) began a new scholarship program open to upperclassmen.

Berry to begin testing residence hall sewage waste

Berry will soon be testing for COVID-19 by examining the levels of COVID-19 in sewage wastewater.

Professors offer advice about how to properly research candidates

With Election day only just two weeks away, the last presidential debate will be held tonight, Oct. 22, at 8 p.m.

Young Dems, BCR encourage voter participation

With the upcoming November election, Berry’s two major political groups, the Young Democrats and Berry College Republicans (BCR), have come together to encourage political engagement and knowledge to the student body.

COVID in photos: Managing marches and amusement rides in 2020

In light of COVID-19, traditional events such as the Mountain Day Grand March and Marthapalooza required unique social distancing measures.

Health center urges students to get flu shot

The Ladd Center has been preparing for flu season since February, before the reality of COVID-19 set in.

Berry receives results of campus-wide testing

Two weeks ago, Berry began testing students, faculty and staff for COVID-19.

Students protest at Mountain Day activities for change

On Oct. 5, the President’s Office released the Week 8 Update email, which included an update on Berry’s investigation of social media posts made by an employee in the Office of Residence Life on Sept. 13.

Administration reacts to student-led protests for change in racial equality

Over the last few weeks, students have been participating in ongoing protests relating to racial injustice and diversity, equity and inclusion at Berry.