Category: News

COVID-19 continues to affect Georgia and study abroad

On Monday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that there are now two confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in metro-Atlanta.

School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences hires new dean

On Feb. 20, Alice Suroviec, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, was announced as the next dean of the School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences.

Three students charged with unauthorized entry on campus

On Friday, Berry police officers arrested three students for trespassing in residence halls.

Study abroad programs cancelled due to virus, one Berry student left abroad

Two Berry students who planned to spend their spring abroad are now without classes due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Larry Lester shares Negro League baseball history

MT. BERRY, Ga.—On February 27, 2020, historian Larry Lester brought the story of American Negro League baseball to Rome and Berry College. Photos from Lester’s lunch-and-learn event in Rome, as well as a recording of […]

Recollecting the civil rights era in Rome and at Berry

By Journey Pitts, Viking Fusion Reporter Edited by Lexikay Stokes, Studio Assistant Coordinator, and Ben Allee, News Producer 

Governor’s Honors Program reworks interview day

This Saturday, Berry will host interviews for the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) for the fourth year.

Mock Trial competes in their first regional tournament

Last weekend, the Berry Mock Trial Association (BMTA) participated in their first-ever tournament, as this is their first year as a program.

Gate Program announces changes to be made next year

The Gate of Opportunity Scholarship Program, Berry’s work-based scholarship, has recently undergone some changes in congruence with those to the LifeWorks Program.

Year of Service program alters admission process

This year, the Year of Service program at Berry underwent significant changes.