234 Cove: Eighty-six years of family business

The general store from 1932 is now a resale store, run by the granddaughters of the original owner.

That’s Sketchy: 2 for 20

Three hungry men with one problem…they only have $20. What will they do?

Berry senior dies of cancerous tumor

Senior Anna Trahan died Sunday, April 29 after discovering a cancerous tumor back in January.

Extending their reign

The Berry College softball team recently clinched their sixth straight conference title, and looks poised to be a threat in the NCAA tournament.

Our View: The hierarchy of entertainment is changing

As our nation progresses more and more toward becoming a media-centric society, classical or canonical art is gradually becoming less and less reserved as the most scholastic or reputable literature or art.

Don’t stress about planning your future

It’s that time of year again. The time when everyone is asking you “What’re your plans for the future?”

It really is a small world after all

It’s not just a song you get stuck in your head after a day at Disney World.

Spring sports transition into postseason

With regular season coming to an end, several spring sports are working hard and looking forward to their postseason competitions.

Finals Fest tries for ‘music festival’ feel

Finals Fest has made changes in their activities lineup this year in an effort to create a better experience for students.

‘The Dining Room’ examines human connections

“The Dining Room” was a change of pace for BCTC after the musical Urinetown earlier this year.