Over the past month, Berry community members gathered to honor the memory of sophomore Eden Muina, who died on September 12, 2021. Friends who knew Muina from her wide-reaching campus involvement share stories about her impact on their lives.
This Saturday, the Berry College Football team squares off against Trinity University for the first SAA game of the season. This is the first Mountain Day home game the team has played in three years.
As COVID-19 cases in Floyd County reach an all-time high, unvaccinated students at Berry College stand at a crossroads.
Berry College’s advisor for the student newspaper and his former staff reflect on 9/11 through the lens of the Campus Carrier
Here, you can find a chart showing how many new cases of COVID-19 were reported among on-campus Berry College residents throughout the 2020-2021 academic year.
Student entrepreneur Nancy Belle Hansford won $6,000 for her business Watkinsville Wine at The Pitch on April 16th. Next, she hopes to use the money to purchase the licenses and a storefront to take her business to the next step.
At the end of January, Rome removed a statue of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest from the base of Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Now, a new Interpretation Advisory Committee is working to create a plaque about the controversial figure.
To celebrate Black History month, the Black Student Association hosted the Berry Speaks event. This event on February 11th gave three students the opportunity to speak on a different topic impacting the Black community.
Freshman year is a pivotal time in the lives of college students, but this transition looks different in 2020 due to COVID-19. In the second installment of our series on the Freshman Experience, we take a look at how COVID-conscious event programming has changed the experience for first year college students.