I check the back seat of my car before I get in. I also look over my shoulder about every 15 seconds if I am walking alone, especially in the dark.
Even though most of America has caught the holiday fever, this time of year can be an empty time for many people, especially college students.
Growing up with the Gilmore girls was wonderful. I watched Rory, a fellow book lover, grow up and achieve goals that I would soon adopt.
When I first moved to Rome, I knew in a nebulous way that the Cherokee Trail of Tears was somehow connected to Georgia.
As a freshman minority student, I have never felt more isolated in Berry’s “family-like community.”
The general election is over. Republican Donald J. Trump is president-elect and he’ll be inaugurated as president on Jan. 20, 2017.
I was a student at Berry when 9/11 happened.
The Viking Code: our college’s reference to all things “Berry,” from the yearly academic calendar and student conduct rules to the Fight Song
This election has brought about a series of headlines and controversy that would be fit for the likes of Hollywood.
Our nation is at a crossroads. While many celebrate, equal numbers look with fear to the next four years. Tense energy has been crackling for a long while now and this election provided many with matches.