Fears for family safety, financial struggles, and more time to play video games: students shared the consequences of COVID-19 in a recent survey.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Berry College has announced the move to remote work for the remainder of the spring semester.
After Berry announced it would continue its operation, the community pressured the administration to move to online classes through widespread calls to action.
A patient at Floyd Medical Center tested positive for Coronavirus COVID-19, according to a press release published by Floyd on Friday morning.
Sheriff Tim Burkhalter received criticism for refusing to declare Floyd County a Second Amendment sanctuary; he provides his personal thoughts on the debate.
On Feb. 24, Lindsey Taylor, vice president of student affairs, sent a campus-wide email announcing that Berry College was one of 50 recipients for the Campus Program award from the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.
On Monday, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced that there are now two confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, in metro-Atlanta.