Category: News

Broad Street Braces for Super Bowl Rush

Rome area restaurants are stocking up on chicken wings and beer in preparation for this Sunday. Many are offering dining specials in an effort to reel in customers.

Meal Cards & Memories: Meet the Familiar Faces of D-Hall

Daily, Dining Hall staff members greet students as they enter the building to eat meals.

Competition provides students with an opportunity to create a business

The 2019 Berry Student Business Pitch Competition is an event that provides students with funding for their ideas and businesses.

Renovations of Barnwell Chapel to begin next month

Barnwell Chapel is to undergo renovations that will last through the summer.

SPARK Conference hopes to inspire students of all majors

Berry College’s student enterprises will be hosting their annual SPARK conference on Saturday, Feb. 9.

Six-week lecture series addresses religion and sexuality

Today begins the first of six discussions within the Christianity and Homosexuality: Sociological and Theological Views program.

From Costa Rica to Paris: Summer Study Abroad with Berry

Berry offers students the chance to receive credit while traveling to a different country with summer study abroad programs.

Marketing team responds to feedback; rebranding to continue

Weeks after Berry announced its new logo and the college’s rebranding, the marketing department moved forward with plans to release the rest of the rebranding in phases.

Brian Kemp starts new term as governor of Georgia

Brian Kemp was inaugurated as Georgia’s 83rd governor on Jan. 14 at McCamish Pavilion at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Berry community impacted by ongoing government shutdown

On Dec. 22, the United States national government was shut down due to President Donald Trump’s request for funding of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.