Category: News

AED machines to be installed in buildings around campus

In early fall of this year, Berry installed various Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) devices in the Ladd Center, the Alumni Center and on the first and second floors of Krannert. 

Tool library to be added to library services

Memorial Library, in conjunction with Students Against Violating the Earth (S.A.V.E.) are working to create a section in the library for students to check out and borrow tools.

Peer Body Project to help students accept their body image

The Peer Educators and the Women’s and Gender Studies Department joined together and held a viewing of the film “Straight/Curve” Wednesday night.

BCIL program to offer new leadership classes

The two new classes, beginning next semester are Leading Teams and Groups and Collegiate Leadership Competition.

Memorial Library to open new Java City entrance

The Berry College Memorial Library is set to open a new entrance in spring 2020.

On campus hunting helps maintain deer populations

The Berry Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is currently hosting an archery season for deer hunting until Friday and recently ended a firearm season on Nov. 2.

New director of The Spires arrives on campus

At the beginning of September, Berry hired Laurie Steber as the executive director for The Spires.

Gunby Equine Center
undergoing renovations

Renovations to the Gunby Equine Center progress to increase horse and rider safety
in the facilities.

High School Choir Festival Feature

Annual high school choir festival
held at Berry

Learn more about the annual choir festival that featured over 400 high school students.

Creative Technologies students participate
in community partnership

Learn more about HackBerry Labs’ Studio Design course and the technologies students are developing
to benefit the community.