A rainy start to the semester has left cattle operations with flooded pastures, bacteria in flood waters and even canoeing adventures through the pastures.
Over the weekend, the coronavirus epidemic reached Italy.
Berry’s LifeWorks program is undergoing a renewal process that plans to lower the amount of hours students can work while increasing hourly wages, with an overall budget cut of 25 percent to each department.
On March 24, Georgia will host their 2020 Democratic Presidential Primary Election.
The Campus Carrier staff brought home 11 awards from this year’s Georgia College Press Association (GCPA) Better Newspaper Contest, including their second consecutive first-place win for General Excellence in Division B.
By Anna Rich and Parker Luellen, Viking Fusion Videographers
On Tuesday, Chief of Staff Debbie Heida attended SGA in order to discuss the proposed changes to the LifeWorks program.
As the coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in China, the Study Abroad Office and the Health Center are preparing Berry’s community for the possibility of the virus spreading.