Tag: News

New mask policy sparks diverging COVID-19 rules

On November 5, Berry’s Office of the President removed the general mask requirement on campus, citing decreased COVID-19 rates. The new policy allows faculty and staff to require masks in their own workspaces, leading to mask-required and mask-optional zones around Berry.

‘Stretch’ road resurfacing paves way for WinShape commuters

Last month, Northwest Georgia Paving Inc. began resurfacing the Lavender Mountain Road, notorious among Mountain Campus residents for its potholes. Now, the newly refinished road eases access between Berry’s two campuses.

SAA victory propels Vikings to NCAA Championship

On Sunday, the Berry College volleyball team won the Southern Athletic Association Championship. Thursday at 3 p.m., the Vikings face Transylvania University in their first game of the NCAA Division III Championship tournament.

$15M updates enhance Animal Science experience

This semester, Berry College unveiled its new Animal Science building for campus use. After experiencing it, faculty and students say the 23,000 square-foot structure improves their learning environment.

Men’s ultimate frisbee team regional champs once again

On October 31, the Berry College men’s ultimate frisbee team won the final game of the Southeast regional championships. The team has held this title since 2019, and will advance to the national playoffs in December.

Berry Speaks: Black Student Association hosts public speaking event

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.

The 2020 Freshman Experience: Mental Health

In the final installment of our series on the 2020 Freshman Experience, we asked Berry students and staff about the affects of COVID-19 restrictions on mental health this year.

Viking Fusion 2020 Election Poll Results

From September to November, Viking Fusion conducted a polling campaign to learn more about the Berry community’s engagement with the 2020 presidential election.