2020 brought several adjustments to life at Berry, such as mask mandates, Zoom classes and “Berry Bubble” restrictions. Throughout 2020, Berry also experienced a significant decrease in crimes committed both on-campus and off-campus by students, according to the 2021 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
On Oct. 28, an unknown, unauthorized person entered the premises of the Oak Hill Residences, following after the car of a student who lives there, according to Berry College Police Major, Ryan Chesley.
The Berry Students for Medical Freedom is an unofficial, on-campus group that is centered around Berry’s COVID-19 procedures and, primarily, the treatment of unvaccinated students.
Between Oct. 27 and 29, Berry College Police arrested three students in relation to property damage to Morgan and Dana Halls. All three students have since been released on bond.
Today, the process of buying clothes has never been simpler. With just a few clicks of a button, a person can have a brand new shirt or pants on their doorstep in less than 72 hours.
It’s no secret that human beings are complex creatures. From the way we move, live, learn, interact and think, there are no limits to how individual we are. However, one thing in particular sets humans far apart from other organisms: emotions.
In September of this year, the Carrier published an article investigating the religious demographics across Berry’s campus. Considering the history of the college, it’s not surprising that a majority of its students are religious: after all, not every college has its own chaplain, or was founded by a Christian leader like Martha Berry.