BCTC’s Tartuffe

The Berry College Theater Company streamed their first filmed production, Molière’s Tartuffe, to comply with COVID-19 adjustments over Mountain Day Weekend.

COVID Impacts Music Students

Berry Wind Ensemble adapts to COVID restrictions.

Exploring the monuments of Rome

Reporters Grace Snell and Madi Rowe make note of the many monuments around the city of Rome.

Senseless Consensus- Shelby Newland

Matt and Phillip welcome improv extraordinaire Shelby Newland with eggs, Australia and Hominy.

Bursting the Bubble: Dating at Berry Part One

On this episode Tasha talks to three of her friends: Journey, Noah and Raquel about dating culture at Berry College. They talk about hook up culture, subcultures and the infamous “ring by spring”.

Martha’s Mysteries: Walking Into Trouble: Part Two

Mia and Drew uncover another murder that happened in the inn years before, and more suspects are questioned.

The 2020 Freshman Experience: Mental Health

In the final installment of our series on the 2020 Freshman Experience, we asked Berry students and staff about the affects of COVID-19 restrictions on mental health this year.

National sports organizations adjust to new normal with pandemic

Sports teams across the nation, including coaches, players and fans, have experienced schedule readjustments, the introduction of new safety regulations, game (and in some cases season) cancelations and other changes as a result of the ongoing pandemic.

Women’s soccer profits from COVID-19 semester

After being appointed as the new head women’s soccer coach in late July, Kathy Brown knew her first semester in charge would be unusual.