Category: Opinion

Dystopian movies are cinematic masterpieces

Latifa Madesko, contributor What is the worst movie you have ever seen? Now that I have you thinking specifically about bad movies, notice how you did not think of a science-fiction (sci-fi) or dystopian movie?  […]

Technology should be allowed in the classroom

From phones to laptops to iPads, it seems like just about every college student always has some form of technology on them. Whether taking notes in class or frantically writing a paper in the library […]

Why I love just doing things “for funsies”

Katherine Harber, Campus Carrier copy editor Over the past few years, one of the most beneficial realizations I have come to about my life is how fulfilling it can be to do things for the […]

The fantasy genre teaches indispensable lessons

Mary Harrison, Campus Carrier sports editor I consider my love of fantasy to be a personality trait, fostered by years of playing epic “make-believe” games with my mom and being introduced to “The Chronicles of […]

Students should be prioritized over filming

With the recent wrap-up of Tyler Perry Studios filming on Berry’s campus, the treatment of students during filming has come to light. From issues with parking to inconsiderate crew members, Berry students, especially those living […]

Black coffee is the best for busy college students

Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor For many Berry students, coffee is an essential part of their daily lives, and everyone has their own preferences for how they drink their coffee. Java City and the […]

True crime media borders on being unethical

As true crime becomes an increasingly popular genre, it is essential to recognize the effect that these shows and movies can have. In the first 28 days of its release, Netflix’s “Dahmer – Monster: The […]

The magic of Santa Claus should be preserved for kids

Heath Hutcheson, Campus Carrier staff writer The legend of Santa Claus is an idea that spans back generations for the Christmas Holiday. The idea, spawned from the patron Saint Nicholas’ acts of goodwill from centuries […]

Berry needs more public transportation, not parking lots

Lily Verren, Campus Carrier staff writer Students that drive and students that cycle, skate or walk have a different experience living on campus. There are health benefits to the latter three, but Berry dignifies itself […]

Holidays are too commercialized

Thanksgiving just passed, and the winter holidays are right around the corner. Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and more are fast approaching, and with them, the pressure to do a bunch of things that require spending money. […]