The Generations of September 11, 2001

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.

Berry athletes participate in COVID-19 testing 

With sports teams gearing up to compete in the fall season, the NCAA released new COVID-19 testing guidance in Aug. 2021.

New soccer coach stimulates positive team culture

Coaches can make or break a team. Despite finishing third in their conference, Berry women’s soccer team competed last season without an assistant coach to head Coach Kathy Brown

New restaurants give students more options

New restaurants in Rome are diversifying the food options available for Berry students.

Our View: Embracing neurodiversity benefits everyone 

In 1998, sociologist Judy Singer coined the term “neurodiversity” defining it as the range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits, regarded as part of normal variation in the human population.

Sumo wrestling continues thanks to tradition 

If you had told me a year ago that I would be a fan of Sumo wrestling, I’d have laughed in your face (wearing my mask, of course).

“Black Widow” movie subtly depicts heroism 

Scarlett Johansson is the latest Avenger to get her own featured film, and Marvel Studios did not disappoint with their delivery.

Berry students show animals in competition

There are many different animals on Berry’s campus and all give students unique opportunities for education.

COVID-19 continues to challenge Forensics team

Over the last year, Berry College’s Forensics team has been unable to participate in tournaments across the United States due to the travel restrictions associated with COVID-19.

Berry welcomes new faculty members to campus

This year, the Berry campus welcomes an influx of new staff and faculty members to accommodate the sizable freshman class.