Category: News

Students and faculty call to expand Asian American community at Berry

Over the last year, there has been a distinctive increase in reported violence directed towards Asian Americans across the United States.

Students participate in Sexual Assault Training Module

On Mar. 18, students received an email providing them access to the Sexual Assault Training Module for Undergraduates.

Berry gives COVID-19 vaccine to students, faculty and staff

On Mar. 26, the President’s Office announced via email that Floyd Medical Center would be offering Pfizer-BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccine shots to any student, faculty and staff over 16 years of age. 

Casino Night adapts to COVID-19 restrictions

Last Saturday KCAB presented its annual Casino Night event.

Speech and Behavior Committee begins revising Berry speech policy, Part One: Berry’s subcommittee and policies at similar institutions

The Policies Related to Speech and Behavior Committee, a subcommittee of the Culture of Belonging presidential initiative, has been tasked with reviewing Berry’s current policies regarding free speech, hate speech and responses to incidents of bias.

BSA hosts workshop with activist and influencer George Lee

Berry’s Black Student Association (BSA) will host an interactive workshop featuring Instagram influencer and activist George Lee on Mar. 25.

Students share their experiences on DEI subcommittees

Last Thursday, the Carrier published on the President’s Advisory Committee and its associated subcommittees’ research and implementation of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at Berry.

Students utilize virtual counseling opportunities

For most of the 2020-21 school year, Berry has offered teletherapy via Virtual Care Group, an online health service, in addition to the on-campus Counseling Center.

Krannert Game room to become Berry Intercultural Center

The Krannert Game Room will soon be converted into the Berry Intercultural Center.

Berry continues at home and PCR testing

In the two latest campus-wide PCR testing events this year, the positive test results were lower than previous rounds of PCR testing.