Category: News

Guide program increases retention rate

The Guide Program at Berry College is a way for staff members to mentor freshman and pilot them onto the path of success.

Writing Center Consultants Assist Floyd County Prison Inmates

A small group of consultants, led by the Writing Center’s director Mellissa Mullins, have provided writing assistance to inmates at Floyd County Prison.

Alternative Meal Plans

Examining what life is like for Berry students with alternate meal plans

Hope in a Nutshell

Dr. Martin Cipollini, a biology professor at Berry College, and many student workers have spent 14 years breeding American and Chinese chestnut hybrids.

The beautiful story of Mary Beth Cornwell

Accidents never happen when we expect. They come to us in different ways leaving different effects on our mind, soul and body. For Mary Beth Cornwell, an accident changed her life forever.

Governor’s Honors Program Highlights Berry

The Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) provides an opportunity to showcase Berry College’s campus to prospective students.

Berry College Police Department warns students of potential car-jackings

Over the past few weeks, there have been multiple incidents of attempted car-jacking on Martha Berry Highway.

Academic Council approves new graduation policy

The Academic Council passed a new walking at graduation policy that will go into effect during this year’s undergraduate graduation.

Former Berry student indicted for tampering with evidence

Andrew Horton, the former roommate of slain Berry student Joseph McDaniel, was indicted April 8 for tampering with evidence.

Retiring From the Berry Bubble: Faculty Share Highlights & Plans

Elisabeth Martin, Campus Carrier Features Editor Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier Asst. Features Editor After dedicating 25 years of his career to Berry, Dean of Student Work Rufus Massey is retiring. He has held numerous positions […]