Meal Cards & Memories: Meet the Familiar Faces of D-Hall

Daily, Dining Hall staff members greet students as they enter the building to eat meals.

Provost displays student art in Hermann Hall

Alana George, Campus Carrier Asst. Arts & Living Editor Provost Mary Boyd is working with the art department to arrange a display of student art in her office and the hallway leading to her office […]

Competition provides students with an opportunity to create a business

The 2019 Berry Student Business Pitch Competition is an event that provides students with funding for their ideas and businesses.

German student finds campus community on tennis team

Jonas Frank, originally from Michelstadt, Germany, is a junior on the men’s tennis team who has lived in the U.S. since August 2017.

Renovations of Barnwell Chapel to begin next month

Barnwell Chapel is to undergo renovations that will last through the summer.

SPARK Conference hopes to inspire students of all majors

Berry College’s student enterprises will be hosting their annual SPARK conference on Saturday, Feb. 9.

Spring intramurals open with many options for competition

This spring, the Berry Intramural Sports Program will continue offering organized recreational sports within the community.

Lend an ear to ‘God’s Favorite Customer’

Commentary by Alex Hodges, Campus Carrier Arts & Living Editor The origin story of Father John Misty is one based on ego, psychedelics and self-discovery. I do not know anything about tripping on mushrooms in […]

Six-week lecture series addresses religion and sexuality

Today begins the first of six discussions within the Christianity and Homosexuality: Sociological and Theological Views program.

Walking the line of true crime entertainment

If you browse the “trending now” section on Netflix, you will most likely find the newly released docuseries “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.”