Social Impact Challenge features passionate students

On Friday, the Center for Student Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Development (C-SEED) presented the Social Impact Challenge.

SDI celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month occurs every November and celebrates Native American culture while also informing those who might not know much about the history and the problems Native Americans face today.

Do not get engaged before you can rent a car 

“Ring by Spring” refers to senior college students getting engaged before or during spring semester.

Pets deserve appreciation for all they do for us 

The bond between a person and a pet can greatly benefit mental health and support our emotional well-being. 

Our View: Travis Scott needs to be held accountable 

A couple of weeks ago, on Nov. 5, several excited concertgoers attended the first night of the music festival Astroworld in Houston, Texas.

Alumnus Ryan Chesley to become new Chief of Police

Berry Chief of Police, Jonathan Baggett, is set to retire at the end of this calendar year after 28 years on the college’s police force, an email announced last month. Major Ryan Chesley will take charge of the Berry College Police Department in 2022, although students should not expect any major changes in the department’s operations.

Dining Hall introduces music to provide ambiance

Recently, the Dining Hall has introduced music to students’ dining experience. Students are able to select songs that they want to hear through the app Rockbot.

Counseling Center sees increase in demand for services 

During this semester, Berry College’s Counseling Center has already seen 200 students for services, while they normally see 200 within a full academic year, according to Becca Smith, the Counseling Center director.

Berry waives indoor mask mandate

Faculty and staff are still allowed to require masks in their individual offices and classrooms.