Category: Opinion

“Da 5 Bloods” is a metaphor for 2020

Matt Parks, Campus Carrier graphics editor As the year of 2020 comes to a close, no film has encapsulated the whirlwind of a year we’ve had better than Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods.” After the […]

Don’t settle for less than you are worth

Michaela Lumpert, Campus Carrier news editor When do you realize that you don’t actually fit in? I have been fighting with this my whole life, constantly feeling like an outsider with people who are supposed […]

Our View: Celebrate the holidays in alternate ways

The holiday season will undoubtedly look different amidst the current pandemic.

Our View: Appreciate alumni efforts in areas across campus

After giving their blood, sweat and tears for their undergraduate degree, countless numbers of Berry alumni decide to contribute even more.

Horror movies send shivers down my spine

Alana George, Campus Carrier copy editor I love a good movie night. Popping popcorn, making warm drinks, gathering with friends and bonding over a great film is a wonderful way to spend a Friday evening. […]

“The West Wing” is the best political drama

With finals quickly approaching and stress levels growing, it’s good to have a comfort show to fall back on.

Our View: Respect the election results regardless of your opinion

This past Tuesday was the presidential election. In close races, voters quickly become very passionate and opinionated as the results come in. This election is no different. Prior to the election, President Donald Trump stated […]

Don’t blame yourself for who the pandemic has made you

This semester has by far made up the worst months of my life.

Recognize your privilege, focus on others during the election

It feels like a million years ago when I watched Donald Trump’s inauguration in my senior year art history class in January of 2017.

Berry students deserve more than one day off in a semester.

Last week, the President’s Office announced the official schedule for spring semester.