Student entrepreneur Nancy Belle Hansford won $6,000 for her business Watkinsville Wine at The Pitch on April 16th. Next, she hopes to use the money to purchase the licenses and a storefront to take her business to the next step.
At the end of January, Rome removed a statue of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest from the base of Myrtle Hill Cemetery. Now, a new Interpretation Advisory Committee is working to create a plaque about the controversial figure.
COVID-19 restrictions have changed the ways students live their lives. First year reporters Annabelle Norton and Madi Rowe dive into how Berry students adapt to these guidelines and how Berry’s campus life is different from many other colleges.
Berry community members joined protests to draw attention to racial injustice, each drawn by different motivations to events across the state.
At Berry College, classes in 2020 look different than they have in previous years due to the social distancing efforts of administration, faculty, and students.
The Rome Community Development Service Committee hosted a meeting on Friday to discuss the statue of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest standing at the base of the Myrtle Hill Cemetery.
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 […]