Georgia v. Foster: Episode 5

In 2022, prosecutors offer a take-it-or-leave-it deal to Foster’s attorneys. Now, Foster faces a critical choice: Should he strike a deal and spend the rest of his life in prison? Or, will he take his case to trial and risk another death sentence?

Beach volleyball inaugurates courts, starts season strong

The beach volleyball team hosted its first tournament at Berry’s newest sports facility last weekend, defeating three of four opponents. In the program’s second year, team members hope to see continued improvement in knowledge of the game that reflects on their record.

Hard loss ends historic season for Berry Vikings basketball

The Berry men’s basketball team endured an excruciating loss on Sunday against Sewanee: The University of the South in the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) conference championship. The 86-82 loss marked the end of the Vikings’ 2022-2023 season.

Berry students utilize various streaming services

Rosemary Chesney, Campus Carrier arts and living editor For most college students, watching television is a staple of their four-year academic careers. Television watching can be used either as restful downtime or as a chance […]

Mountain film comes to Berry College

Abigail Dunagan, Campus Carrier asst. arts and living editor On Feb. 22, the Society of Outdoor Life and Exploration (S.O.L.E) of Berry College hosted their annual showing of Mountainfilm on Tour. Mountainfilm is a film […]

Women’s History Month: How Berry Students are Continuing the Conversation

Katelynn Singleton, Campus Carrier editor in chief Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor The beginning of the month of March brings many events. The return of spring allergies, a much needed break from classes, the […]

I found my comfort movie in Lady Bird

José Reyes, Junior I am a firm believer that everyone has a comfort film, a visual piece that grounds them no matter their place. Since 2008 I believed that my comfort film was, and would […]

We should always be in daylight saving time

Sunrise at 6:30 a.m. and sunset at 9 p.m. Playing outside with a friend on a warm day late into the evening until you can’t see each other anymore. Eating dinner with natural light streaming […]

Five killed by Israeli missile in Damascus

At least five people have been killed and 15 injured in an Israeli missile strike on the Syrian capital of Damascus on Feb. 19, according to a report by the Associated Press.