Category: News

Berry receives $750,000 grant for new program

Berry recently received a $750,000 grant for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) scholarships from the National Science Foundation, which will be used for LEGION, a program designed to aid STEM students with financial need.

Asian-American group offers new community

A new group on campus for students who identify as Asian-American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) is having an interest meeting on Thursday, Oct. 14 at 11:00 a.m. in Krannert 324.

Students experience multiple issues with payroll

The LifeWorks Office is receiving more student complaints regarding paychecks than usual this semester.

Health Center Director leaves after 5 years

On Sept. 28, the Berry College Health Center sent an email to all students informing them that Emma Cordle, the Health Center’s director and nurse practitioner, would no longer be at Berry on a full-time basis.

Remembering Eden Muina

Over the past month, Berry community members gathered to honor the memory of sophomore Eden Muina, who died on September 12, 2021. Friends who knew Muina from her wide-reaching campus involvement share stories about her impact on their lives.

Berry’s retention numbers survive COVID-19 impact

Following COVID-19, many colleges are experiencing increased student withdrawals.

COVID-19 vaccine booster shot approved for specific population

Since the introduction of vaccines for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, there has been discussion about when and if to introduce booster shots.

Student teachers adapt to pandemic struggles

Due to COVID-19, the student teaching program at Berry has faced a series of obstacles since the closing of schools in 2020, but has found ways to adapt to pandemic regulations.

Honors program shares common area with the Writing Center

The Honors Program opened a new common area for students in a shared space with the Writing Center, called “The Loft”.

Football team kicks off conference play with Mountain Day home game

This Saturday, the Berry College Football team squares off against Trinity University for the first SAA game of the season. This is the first Mountain Day home game the team has played in three years.