This semester, Berry’s creative technologies program opened its long-anticipated new building. Now, students and faculty are putting the lab to good use.
This semester, Berry’s track and field athletes continue to break school and personal records in events such as the 1500-meter run, 200-meter sprint, and indoor weight throw. Berry will host the outdoor conference championships April 29-30.
Floyd County Police data shows 200 traffic accidents occurred on Martha Berry Hwy last year, making it second only to Alabama Hwy in crash rate. This data emerges as Berry College Police crack down on on-campus speeding this semester.
Two years after COVID-19 spread to the U.S., students and faculty discuss the benefits and challenges of studying abroad amid the current crisis.
The Berry College men’s basketball team defeated Hendrix College 59-50 in the Cage Center on Sunday, extending their winning streak to eight games.
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.
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.