Documentary highlights harmful effects of closed GE plant

Brian Campbell co-produced the 2018 Rome International Film Festival Audience Award Winner “To Kingdom Come.”

Dining hall staff adds new vegan/vegetarian station for students

On Feb. 4, the Dining Hall opened a new vegetarian/vegan station with new sauces, entrées and desserts.

Music brings game mentality and high energy to athletes

Playing music while working out is a regular scenario for athletes and frequent visitors to the gym.

Racial Reconciliation panel to start conversation about race and religion

The Men’s Ministry will be hosting the Christianity and Racial Reconciliation panel today at 7:00 p.m. in the Spruill Ballroom.

Co-founder of Pixar to give lecture to Berry community next Thursday

On Thursday, Feb. 21, Berry will host Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar Animation studios and former president of Pixar and Walt Disney Studios, as part of the Shatto Lecture Series.

Trying Our Best | DIY Challenge

In this episode, Beth Anne DeKeizer will be explaining to Katie Ott how to make a DIY chandelier.

Black History Month

Student Diversity Initiatives and the Black Student Association has planned a month of events to celebrate black history this February.

Sports medicine staff supports athletes on and off the field

A group that is often overlooked in the athletic department is the sports medicine team.

Swim and dive teams in preparation for SAA championships

The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams wrapped up their regular season Jan. 19 in a dual meet against conference rival Birmingham-Southern College.