Category: News

Berry College’s Eco Club establishes new campus wide recycling program

Students seek to make a difference in eliminating waste by encouraging all to recycle.

Berry student fights back for eligibility to vote

Freshman Amanda Milner is an out of state Berry student who was originally deemed ineligible to vote in the Georgia race. She went through the process of proving her eligibility and ultimately was approved.

Bonner Scholars host panel on food insecurity in Rome

The Bonner Scholars program hosted a panel on Nov. 17 surrounding the issue of food insecurity in children, especially in the Floyd County and Rome area. The panel was facilitated by Bonner Leadership Team Members Brylen Cantrell, junior, and Anthony Velez, junior.

MARTHA model aims to engage students with residence halls

The Office of Residence Life has introduced a new engagement model to encourage and improve residents’ involvement and connection with their residence hall communities. The Making Personal Connections, Academic Success, Responsibility, Transitions, Healthy Living, and Appreciation for Diversity (M.A.R.T.H.A) model is composed of six pillars that resident assistants (RAs) are encouraged to focus on in planning events and forming relationships with residents

Berry to begin active shooter awarness sessions in Spring

Starting in Spring 2023, Berry will be holding active shooter awareness sessions, where students will learn how to respond in the event of an active shooter.

Testimonies from the Berry Community on Suicide Awareness and Prevention: Part Two

If you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, call or text 988. You are not alone.

Commuter Challenges: The Lives of Commuters at Berry College

Berry College has always been considered a residential college. However, commuters still exist at Berry, and they often face different challenges that residents don’t.

Panelists: Critical Race Theory an issue of the First Amendment

Media Law students organize discussion about freedom of expression in classrooms

Testimonies from the Berry Community on Suicide Awareness and Prevention: Part One

Michael Johnson shares his personal experience and work with suicide awareness and prevention.

Bonner Scholars host panel on prison reform

The Bonner Scholars Program hosted a panel on Nov. 10 that discussed reforming the prison system and breaking the cycle of mass incarceration. The discussion panelists were Patrick Rodriguez, formerly incarcerated prison reform activist; Holly Bradfield, professor of sociology at Berry; and Thom Ratkos, assistant professor of psychology at Berry.