Well, this is it. My very last piece for the Campus Carrier before I graduate next week. When I decided that I would write the last op-ed of the semester as my swan song to Berry College, I wasn’t really sure what exactly I wanted to say or what point I wanted to get across.
Recently at Berry, students have been trying to raise awareness about the amount of sexual assaults on campus.
A couple of weeks ago, on Nov. 5, several excited concertgoers attended the first night of the music festival Astroworld in Houston, Texas.
Today, the process of buying clothes has never been simpler. With just a few clicks of a button, a person can have a brand new shirt or pants on their doorstep in less than 72 hours.
It’s no secret that human beings are complex creatures. From the way we move, live, learn, interact and think, there are no limits to how individual we are. However, one thing in particular sets humans far apart from other organisms: emotions.
In September of this year, the Carrier published an article investigating the religious demographics across Berry’s campus. Considering the history of the college, it’s not surprising that a majority of its students are religious: after all, not every college has its own chaplain, or was founded by a Christian leader like Martha Berry.