Last week, Berry elected new officers to the Student Government Association’s executive board. Junior Kassie Jones will serve as next year’s SGA President, with sophomore Marc McLendon as vice president of service, sophomore Milton Tama as treasurer and freshman Anna Katherine Drew as secretary. Continue reading Next year’s SGA executive board elected
The tides have quite literally turned since last semester’s severe drought as heavy rainfall on Sunday inundated several residence halls. Continue reading Rainstorm causes flooding in residence halls
At the end of last semester, the Carrier published a proposal written by Michael Bailey, associate professor of Government and International Studies. Continue reading Proposed Cherokee scholarship met with mixed reviews
Extremely dry conditions causes concern for the local community. Continue reading Drought impacts north Georgia
Why the Blue Hen Eggs Enterprise is important in the Berry and Rome Community Continue reading Blue Hen Eggs Enterprises
Bike accidents have been on the rise this semester, one student explains his particular incident when he got hit by a car. Continue reading Bike accidents increase on campus.
With winter fast approaching, it is necessary to take steps to prepare your vehicle, even here in the South. Continue reading Winterizing your vehicle: steps for winter maintenance
Freshman Joanna Hill held a walk this morning to restore unity on campus.
Continue reading Student’s final project a walk for unity
Berry students no longer have to venture outside the library to grab food during a long night of studying.
Continue reading POD produces conflicting reactions
With the help of student and administration volunteers, a new food waste initiative has taken over Berry College.
Continue reading Berry food initiative helps feed Rome