Every Wednesday, usually around 5:30 p.m., Berry students, faculty and staff receive an email from the Office of the President containing the latest news about COVID-19.
In mid-July, President Biden spoke very bluntly about the threat of misinformation being spread online, saying that social media companies such as Facebook were “killing people.”
Here we are again. Another school year, another semester impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and not seeing the bottom half of people’s faces. This is obviously incredibly frustrating especially considering for a brief time […]
Summer is quickly approaching, and just like every other year, students’ minds are beginning to think about vacations and other activities that would not normally require a second thought.
Within the Marvel and DC universes, the majority of superheroes are men.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). As explained by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, SAAM was officially adopted by the federal government in 2001 and aims to expand education related to sexual assault […]
The end of March is monumental for Berry as it marks the beginning of providing vaccines to faculty, staff and students on campus.
As the end of the semester nears, summer internships are on every student’s mind.
In November, Americans voted on the 46th President of the United States. In a highly competitive race between former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden, voters quickly became divided across party lines. In […]
On Feb. 28 in the Georgia State Senate, senators voted to pass a bill that would allow Georgia to remain on standard time year-round.