Category: News

Farms + enterprise

Berry College’s ranking as a top 20 farm school due to collaboration with student enterprises.

Best Vehicle Winterization Practices

How Berry students can prepare their cars for the upcoming season.

Study Spaces

A look at the places where students like to study on Berry’s campus.

Memorializing a Tragedy: A Look into America’s History of Slavery and Social Justice Today

Berry students visited Montgomery, Ala. to learn about Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative and the organization’s efforts to honor victims of race-based violence and inequality in the United States.

Renovated Hackberry Bus Will Bring Fresh Greens to Food Deserts

As part of a class challenge to make a difference in the community, Berry students refitted an old bus into a mobile farmer’s market

The school within a school: Berry students devote their time to early childhood education

Senior education majors and student workers alike are gaining valuable real-world experiences at the Berry College Elementary and Middle School.

#14Strong: Edwards finds strength and inspires community

When sophomore defensive back Justus Edwards hit the ground after a hard collision with a Centre player, fans, trainers and players on both teams took immediate action.

Ruth and Naomi Project creates shelter for homeless women

After noticing a need for a homeless shelter for women and children in Rome, the Ruth and Naomi Project is expecting to open before the Christmas holiday.

Georgia midterm election results in multiple runoffs

On Tuesday, Nov. 6, the midterm elections took place, many of which did not result in a clear winner the next day.

New Service Fellow scholarship finishes its first semester

The last four months have seen the development of Berry’s newest scholarship program: the Service Fellows.