Greg Mason lives in a small green cottage that is just a short walk from the House o’ Dreams.
This year marks the 100-year-anniversary of the armistice of World War I.
President Trump enacted new tariffs on Chinese goods that could affect the price of every day products.
As Berry continues to develop in the digital world, more protection is required to guard student and faculty information online.
Polls opened at 8 a.m. on Oct. 15 as record numbers of Georgians made their way to submit ballots.
Berry student publications staffs attended the National College Media Convention last Thursday through Sunday in Louisville, Ky.
Berry’s Chief of Staff Debbie Heida received a national award naming her “A Pillar of the Profession”
With flu season approaching, students are encouraged to get their flu shots before the flu hits campus.
Throughout the last half of a year, Berry’s diversity program promoting the enhancement of multicultural awareness has gone through significant changes.
Berry College’s HackBerry Lab worked with Floyd County schools and hosted educational experiences to introduce creative design to local young people.