The Bonner Scholars Program hosted a panel on Nov. 10 that discussed reforming the prison system and breaking the cycle of mass incarceration. The discussion panelists were Patrick Rodriguez, formerly incarcerated prison reform activist; Holly Bradfield, professor of sociology at Berry; and Thom Ratkos, assistant professor of psychology at Berry.
Eric Zuniga, Campus Carrier staff writer Following a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and Southern Poverty Law Center on behalf of about 1,036 Cobb County voters who did not receive absentee ballots […]
On Nov. 3, at 12:37 a.m. Berry police responded to a report of vandalism on the WinShape sign on Mountain Campus. Upon arrival, they were able to interview a witness who said that he saw three males near the sign, which had an upside-down cross spray painted on it as well as squiggles that appeared to be a pentagram. Police were able to identify the three individuals as Berry college students.
Jayne Claire Vincent, Campus Carrier assistant sports editor This past weekend Berry’s Equestrian team competed in three shows, including one on Saturday and two on Sunday. The Vikings placed third in the Hunt Seat show […]
On Nov. 2, midterm elections were held in many states, including Georgia. Seats in the Senate and the House of Representatives were up for election as well as the Governor position and many lower-level appointments.
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