Category: News

Campus ministries adapt to online semester, help students connect

The closures caused by the COVID-19 crisis have forced Berry’s campus ministries to adapt their programming to best fit student’s needs

Professor, Parent, and Teacher: Faculty adapt to their kids attending school from home

In addition to juggling college-level classes, many Berry professors with children at home are now playing a teacher-role to them as well

Governor’s Honors Program Cancelled

The annual Governor’s Honors Program has been cancelled as a result of COVID-19, making 2020 the first time the state has cancelled the summer program since it began in 1964.

Senior Fine Arts Majors Reflect on Missed Performances

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Berry’s senior theater, dance, and music majors have missed out on the opportunity to showcase and celebrate their months of hard work and dedication to their craft

Berry professor interviewed for MLB.com story on Jackie Robinson

Dr. Brian Carroll has written two books on the contributions made by the black press towards the integration of professional baseball

Former administrator dies, is remembered at Berry

By Ben Allee, Viking Fusion News Producer MT. BERRY, Ga.—Dr. Clarice Ford, who worked at Berry College as an administrator from 2003 until 2008, died in Illinois on Sunday after a brief illness as reported […]

Berry receives over $1.5 million in CARES funding, half allocated for student relief

An earlier email from President Briggs said that the college will provide updates as to how and when the funding will be distributed

Despite lockdown, around 50 students still employed by Berry as “essential” workers

Each vice president was charged with deciding what student work positions in their area the college could not do without

Berry postpones commencement, asks seniors’ opinion on rescheduling

In an email from Berry president Steve Briggs, seniors were asked to share their preferences for when a rescheduled ceremony would take place

Berry offers satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading system for spring classes

In a statement released Wednesday morning, Berry announced that students will have the option to choose “satisfactory” or “unsatisfactory” in lieu of a traditional letter grade for this spring’s classes