Tag: Feature

Memorializing a Tragedy: A Look into America’s History of Slavery and Social Justice Today

Berry students visited Montgomery, Al. to learn about Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative and the organization’s efforts to honor victims of race-based violence and inequality in the United States.

The school within a school: Berry students devote their time to early childhood education

Senior education majors and student workers alike are gaining valuable real-world experiences at the Berry College Elementary and Middle School.

Lessons and Carols continues to spread Christmas cheer

Berry’s annual Lessons and Carols concert returns on Saturday for its 29th year.

#14Strong: Edwards finds strength and inspires community

When sophomore defensive back Justus Edwards hit the ground after a hard collision with a Centre player, fans, trainers and players on both teams took immediate action.

Finger Guns

Two mortal enemies fight to the death the only way they know how.

Over the Top for Berry and Country: The Berry Schools and World War I

A documentary that follows the service of the “Berry Boys” and related issues at the Berry Schools during the first World War.

Berry to launch new branding campaign in December

After extensive research and development, Berry College will begin rolling out new branding and marketing in December.

Men’s Basketball Preview

By Noah Syverson, Assistant News Producer   Rebecca Tejeda, Reporter Nathan Sims, Editor Members of the Berry College Men’s Basketball team strive for consistency in the classroom and on the court in anticipation for their upcoming season.  […]

Meet Greg Mason: Caretaker of the House o’ Dreams

Greg Mason lives in a small green cottage that is just a short walk from the House o’ Dreams.

Berry’s WWI history remembered this Veterans Day

This year marks the 100-year-anniversary of the armistice of World War I.