On Oct. 5, the President’s Office released the Week 8 Update email, which included an update on Berry’s investigation of social media posts made by an employee in the Office of Residence Life on Sept. 13.
Annie Deitz, Campus Carrier Managing Editor Last week, students participated in three different demonstrations in response to the announcement made in an email from the President’s Office on Oct. 5 that the staff member who […]
Solidarity Week concluded at Berry College last Sunday with a Black Lives Matter march and vigil.
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 first installment of a series on the Freshman Experience, we take a look at how the absence of sporting events has changed freshman year for Berry College students.
On Tuesday evening, students on Berry’s mountain campus reported that a large plume of black smoke had emerged in the distance, and that several emergency vehicles were rushing toward the area.
To understand how colleges are handling COVID-19 across the state, we reviewed several Georgia universities’ COVID procedures and case numbers, and reached out to some of their students to see what makes their school’s policies unique.
Sunday night, a series of posts regarding the Black Lives Matter organization and structural racism was uploaded onto the Instagram story of Matt Mixer, an Area Coordinator for Residence Life.
Berry community members joined protests to draw attention to racial injustice, each drawn by different motivations to events across the state.