Orgullo + El Mes de la Herencia Hispánica

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates Hispanic culture and marks the anniversary of the independence of many countries in Latin America.

Community rallies around injured player

Sophomore Justus Edwards was injured in Saturday’s football game against Centre College.

Peer Educators launch new body image initiative

In the coming weeks, the Peer Educators will be implementing a new program on campus dealing with body image issues.

Don’t rush your travel plans

Nowadays, scrolling through my Instagram feed feels like a quiz to test my levels of FOMO (fear of missing out), and the results are extremely high.

The importance of tipping your server

During high school, I worked at a bakery in my hometown of Lexington, Kentucky.

Student leadership course added this semester

Piloting for the 2018-2019 academic year at Berry is a peer helper course devised to prepare participants to be effective peer educators and student leaders.

Our View: Lax environmental policies create lasting damage

When it comes to climate change, we often look to the weather to predict what is eventually going to happen, using it as a map of past weather trends to analyze and compare.

Artist Ruth Stanford fuses ecology with sculpture

Sculptor and professor Ruth Stanford came to Berry Monday to discuss her sculpture Listed.

Berry recognized in national college rankings

U.S. News and World Report recently published their national and regional college and university rankings, and Berry received top-ten spots in multiple categories.

Rummage sale has something for everyone

The Redneck Rummage Sale attracted people of all ages to buy and sell any-and-all things deemed as treasures, trinkets or odds and ends.