Category: News

Advance for Kids provides opportunities for families and students

Advance for Kids offers involvement opportunities for Berry students through shadowing and internships.

From Graduation to Graduate School: Six Seniors Share Plans

Elisabeth Martin, Campus Carrier Features Editor Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier Asst. Features Editor   Elizabeth Holman Ross University of Veterinary Medicine “I am going to Ross University Vet School. It’s got different programs, so it’s […]

Rufus Massey retires after a 25-year career at Berry

Rufus Massey, pioneer of KCAB and dean of student work, will retire on June 30 at the end of a 25-year career.

Green Team Swap Shop creates a used item exchange initiative

On Saturday, the Green Team hosted a grand opening of their Berry Swap Shop, located in Dana 244.

Memorial Library offers video game rentals for community

The Berry College Memorial Library introduced a new feature this fall allowing students and faculty to check out video games and consoles just as they would books.

Business students partner with Austrian app

Berry College entrepreneurial students partnered with an Austrian startup company that allows them to manage the photo contest app, Photogramm.

Former roommate of slain Berry student indicted on tampering charge

Andrew Horton admitted to removing evidence from the apartment where Joseph McDaniel was shot before calling 911.

Berry turns off lights to spread environmental awareness

On Saturday the Berry community participated in the annual global Earth Hour.

Orgullo’s ‘Maze Runner’ showcases complexities of immigration

Last Thursday, Orgullo hosted their second Maze Runner event titled “Maze Runner: An Immigrant’s Experience.”

The Berry Water Supply: Watering Down the Filtration Process

Since the early 1900s, the reservoir located on Mountain Campus has served as Berry College’s main water supply.