Category: News

Documentary highlights harmful effects of closed GE plant

Brian Campbell co-produced the 2018 Rome International Film Festival Audience Award Winner “To Kingdom Come.”

Dining hall staff adds new vegan/vegetarian station for students

On Feb. 4, the Dining Hall opened a new vegetarian/vegan station with new sauces, entrées and desserts.

Racial Reconciliation panel to start conversation about race and religion

The Men’s Ministry will be hosting the Christianity and Racial Reconciliation panel today at 7:00 p.m. in the Spruill Ballroom.

Co-founder of Pixar to give lecture to Berry community next Thursday

On Thursday, Feb. 21, Berry will host Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation studios and former president of Pixar and Walt Disney Studios, as part of the Shatto Lecture Series.

Black History Month

Student Diversity Initiatives and the Black Student Association has planned a month of events to celebrate black history this February.

Rome City Commission discusses potential smoke-free Broad Street

Rome City Commission proposed a new ordinance that would prohibit smoking in any public properties on Broad Street and along the side streets.

Drivers adapt to Hands-Free Law; accidents decreasing

Decreasing car crash fatalities and statistics collected in 2018 show newly implemented Hands-Free Georgia Act may be effective in limiting distracted driving.

Students earn course credit through Academic Community Engagement

There are many ways to get involved in the community through either volunteer projects with clubs or scholarships.

VITA program provides free tax assistance to students

As of Jan. 29, it is officially tax season in America.

Broad Street Braces for Super Bowl Rush

Rome area restaurants are stocking up on chicken wings and beer in preparation for this Sunday. Many are offering dining specials in an effort to reel in customers.