Category: News

Public comment period on Title IX policy ends soon

Annie Deitz, Campus Carrier Deputy News Editor Last November, United States Secretary of Education Betsy Devos proposed a series of new Title IX regulations that would change the manner in which reports of sexual misconduct […]

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.

Residence Life launches new website for housing selection

During the week of April 15 through 17, Berry students across campus will use the newly renovated Residence Life Housing website.

Students react to new logo release from marketing team

Last semester, the college announced its plan for a new branding of the school.

Georgia hit with wave of flu; vaccines still available

Flu season is underway throughout January and February, and Georgia has already experienced a high number of cases.

StoryCorps brings ‘One Small Step’ initiative to Berry

Last semester, StoryCorps founder Dave Isay visited Berry to deliver the Conson Wilson lecture after first year students read his book, Callings: The Purpose and Passion of Work.

Logo change “pretty well set in stone” according to Berry VP of Marketing and Communications

At Tuesday night’s SGA meeting, Nancy Rewis and Berry’s Director of Digital Marketing and Media, Cameron Jordan, answered student questions about the new logo, the rebrand process, the Change.org petition, and Berry’s since-tweaked social media policy

Former Berry employee sentenced to five years for child porn distribution

Jonathan Bopp, a former physical plant carpenter, was sentenced to five years in prison.

Storm Ready for the New Era

The National Weather Service renewed Berry College’s Storm Ready designation after three years.