Tag: Berry College

Athletes and Staff Prepare, Look Forward Despite Suspended Fall Season

Decision comes as many athletic conferences across the nation cancel or postpone their fall sports

Daughter of President Briggs tweets how to damage statues using household chemicals

On June 9, Madeline Odent, daughter of Berry President Steve Briggs, released a series of tweets detailing how bronze statues can be damaged beyond repair using basic household chemicals.

Berry experts hopeful for Tobacco 21 law’s positive impact

Berry health experts say the Tobacco 21 law signed by President Trump last December will have positive effects on campus

Berry psych class helps Romans produce life-celebrating memoirs

By Mary Banks Shelander, COM 250 Reporter Edited by Taylor Nettis, COM 303 Editor ROME, Ga. — Every year for the past three years, Dr. Casey Dexter’s psychology class has worked with clients at the […]

Berry sees increase in email phishing scams

Office of Information and Technology is hoping new safeguards cut down on number of incidents

New women’s ultimate team building for the future

The team has seen their numbers grow at an impressive rate since becoming a sanctioned club at the beginning of the past academic year

Governor’s Honors Program Cancelled

The annual Governor’s Honors Program has been cancelled as a result of COVID-19, making 2020 the first time the state has cancelled the summer program since it began in 1964.

Berry moves to remote work for all of spring semester

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Berry College has announced the move to remote work for the remainder of the spring semester.

Student work changes: Goals of the renewed LifeWorks program

On October 25, 2019, an email from President Briggs to Berry faculty and staff provided new goals for the LifeWorks program, including changes to student work hours and pay; these are the facts.