LGBTQ+ History Month is important for all people to recognize, not just individuals in the LGBTQ+ community.
Arielle Fischer, features editor Attend a Spanish Class or Lecture A way to immerse oneself in Hispanic heritage, in celebration of Hispanic Heritage month is to take part in a Spanish class or lecture at […]
Since 2006, Berry has undergone vast changes in several aspects, including social life, diversity inclusion, infrastructure, sports affiliations and vast renovations. All of these achievements were initiated and completed under the authority of Berry’s President Steve Briggs.
It has been over a year since the equal rights movements of 2020 took the world by storm.
This past Monday, Sept. 13, was a grave day for the Berry community. Now, we mourn the loss of a beloved student, sophomore Eden Muina.
On Sept. 11, 2001, thousands of Americans went to work, as usual, boarded a plane or started their commute for a typical Tuesday morning, but little did they know this day would be taught in schools as one of the most horrific days in American history.
Arielle Fischer. features editor The freshman year of college can be one of the most intimidating experiences in someone’s life. New students may feel alienated and anxious during their first few months on campus, not […]
Arielle Fischer, Campus Carrier features editor Berry Trails: What better place to find outdoor excitement than in your own backyard? With 27,000 acres to explore, Berry College provides captivating trails and stunning, picturesque views. From […]
The campus police are tasked with many duties, which range from patrolling, parking control and enforcement, crime prevention and, essentially, striving to protect Berry’s campus.
Jamison Guice, Campus Carrier features editor Arielle Fischer, Campus Carrier asst. features editor Jamwich Located in downtown Rome on Broad Street, Jamwich provides a collection of sandwiches, salads and even chilis. According to their online menu, found at […]