Category: News

Athletes and Staff Prepare, Look Forward Despite Suspended Fall Season

Decision comes as many athletic conferences across the nation cancel or postpone their fall sports

Rome officials host meeting to discuss confederate statue

The Rome Community Development Service Committee hosted a meeting on Friday to discuss the statue of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest standing at the base of the Myrtle Hill Cemetery.

Daughter of President Briggs tweets how to damage statues using household chemicals

On June 9, Madeline Odent, daughter of Berry President Steve Briggs, released a series of tweets detailing how bronze statues can be damaged beyond repair using basic household chemicals.

Students organize candlelight vigil in honor of Black Lives

On May 30, the chairs of the Solidarity Week committee hosted a candlelight vigil for students currently living on campus.

CBD gaining popularity in Rome

As CBD gains respect in the medical field, Rome and Berry community members see the substance as a new cure-all remedy to treat various diseases and disorders.

Berry experts hopeful for Tobacco 21 law’s positive impact

Berry health experts say the Tobacco 21 law signed by President Trump last December will have positive effects on campus

Protests erupt in Atlanta

Berry student and photojournalist Matthew McConnell documents.

Berry sees increase in email phishing scams

Office of Information and Technology is hoping new safeguards cut down on number of incidents

Floyd County employs new voting system technology

Floyd County has introduced new voting machinery and security measures in preparation for the 2020 presidential election.

Katherine Powell leaves an everlasting legacy at Berry

After 32 years at Berry, including the last 22 as the Director of the Office of First-Year Experience, Katherine Powell is retiring this summer