Category: News

FDA approves the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine

On Monday, Aug. 23, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first COVID-19 vaccine.

New Intercultural Center brings change to campus

The new Intercultural Center (ICC), located in Krannert, is eager to welcome students, but is also in the process of undergoing renovations in order to solidify the space.

Counseling Center increases services

Affairs, Lindsey Taylor, announced via email that Berry’s Counseling Center named Becca Smith as the new director.

Security concerns expressed by Oak Hill residents

The Oak Hill Residences opened on Wed. Aug. 18, as a living space for upperclassmen at Berry College.

Berry enforces mask mandate on campus

Following the recent surge of the COVID-19 delta variant, Berry has reinstated a mask mandate on campus.

New scholarship helps students connect on campus

Berry College has created a new scholarship program that aims to help students engage in all that Berry has to offer.

Post office introduces new package pick-up system

The Berry College post office, located in Krannert, underwent renovations over the summer in order to create a more efficient package retrieval system for students.

Incoming freshman class brings new challenges

The 2021 fall semester will begin with an incoming freshman class of 735 students, the largest in Berry College’s history.

Keeping Berry safe digitally

Profile on Director of Information Security, Dan Boyd.

Relieving stress during COVID

Berry students find ways to relieve their stress during the pandemic.