Category: News

Post Office changes

Information on the switch from P.O. boxes to a new system.

Berry College students volunteer at women and children’s shelter

The volunteer work of Berry College’s Bonner Scholars has made a large impact on The Ruth and Naomi House’s initial success.

Student Government Association
freshman class officers elected

Meet the freshman officers and learn about what they hope to accomplish this year for their class and Berry College

Ford Auditorium renovations force music department to temporarily relocate

Set to be completed in January 2020, renovations in the Ford Auditorium have caused music ensembles to rehearse and perform in different spaces on campus.

Health Center offers free HIV tests to students

On Nov. 19 and 21 there were allotted time periods for students to receive free Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) screenings.

Berry counseling services break down stigmas

Berry College has many resources on campus dedicated to eliminating the stigma surrounding seeking help for mental health.

Canvas survey to be administered this spring

Information Technology is set to administer a campus-wide survey involving user satisfaction and Canvas adoption rates this spring. 

Holidays in Krannert bring cheer to Berry community

This week, Student Activities hosted Holidays in Krannert, a Berry event that began in 2013.

Berry College Volunteer Services
planning ahead for MLK Day of Service 2020

By Carlye McKillip, contributor ROME, Ga. — Berry College Volunteer Services (BCVS) has started planning for this year’s MLK Day of Service which will take place on Jan. 20, 2020, from 8:30 a.m. to noon. […]

Area coordinator Stephen Wyatt leaves Berry after five years

After five years, area coordinator Stephen Wyatt is finally leaving his legacy at Dana behind.