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.
Last week, the President’s Office announced the official schedule for spring semester.
On Nov. 3, Americans across the country will exercise their right to vote by going to the polls and participating in the 59th presidential election.
When I was in middle school and high school, I was that kid that would sit at home and read hundreds of pages in a YA, thriller or romance novel daily.
Many students at Berry are considering attending graduate and professional schools, and are beginning to make these decisions now.
In the United States there are two words that go hand-in-hand: “prisons” and “overcrowding.”
Politics and voting can be intimidating and daunting.
I returned to Berry’s campus in May to work over the summer, and communication has been lacking, to say the least.
It’s Saturday afternoon at around 4 p.m.
It’s no secret that COVID-19 cases have grown recently here at Berry.