Category: News

Competitive gaming as part of
new e-sports club

The newly established E-Sports Club at Berry consists of four divisions and welcomes players
of all skill levels.

Hughes fills role as interim dean of Education

Asa Daniels, Campus Carrier staff writer Alan Hughes, professor and chair of psychology, will be taking over as interim dean of the Charter School of Education and Human Sciences, starting July 1, 2020. He will […]

Kay Williams honored at first
home football game of 2019 season

A moment of silence held to honor the late Kay Williams, a long-time supporter of Berry College.

Nursing department expands into Memorial Library

Mya Sedwick, Campus Carrier staff writer Gabe Smith, Campus Carrier staff writer Last school year, Jeremy Worsham, the instructional design and technology librarian at Berry, was approached by the provost about creating a new classroom […]

New app offers mobile version of FAFSA

On Tuesday, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened for students in the U.S.

‘PlantBot’ exhibit brings enivronmental awareness through art

Artists and creators of PlantBot Genetics Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki visited Berry on Monday to present their projects and ArtLab Trailer to campus. 

Nursing Simulator

Updated nursing program facilities provide more opportunities for students

Members of the nursing department discuss highlights and benefits of renovated spaces for the students and program.

Health Center distributes early round of flu vaccine

The Health Center administered around 100 flu vaccines to students on Monday, running them dry of the partial batch they received over the weekend. 

Mock trial team gives students trial advocacy practice

The Berry College Mock Trial Association (BMTA) is a new way for students to gain experience in public speaking.

Students participate in Global Climate Strike

On Friday, students across the world skipped their classes and participated in the Global Climate Strike.