Arielle Fischer, features editor Hanukkah Hanukkah is a traditional Jewish celebration that represents faith and freedom. The eight days of Hanukkah are symbolic of the eight days of candlelight the temple was blessed with following […]
On November 5, Berry’s Office of the President removed the general mask requirement on campus, citing decreased COVID-19 rates. The new policy allows faculty and staff to require masks in their own workspaces, leading to mask-required and mask-optional zones around Berry.
2020 brought several adjustments to life at Berry, such as mask mandates, Zoom classes and “Berry Bubble” restrictions. Throughout 2020, Berry also experienced a significant decrease in crimes committed both on-campus and off-campus by students, according to the 2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
It’s no secret that Berry is home to quite a few spine-chilling ghost stories. Over the years, students and staff alike have experienced things they cannot quite explain in dorms, halls or even on Mountain Campus.
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.