Berry in the News

Berry Students Take First in Literary Contest

Two Berry College students have earned first place awards in the Southern Literary Festival writing contest.

Berry Olympic youth camp celebrates 20th anniversary with exhibit

The Berry College Memorial Library is hosting an exhibit entitled ‘Olympic Youth Camp: A Cultural Exchange’ in the archives through December.

Berry College Names New Business Dean

Berry College has chosen West Virginia University Associate Dean Joyce T. Heames as the new Dean of the Campbell School of Business.

Berry College graduation set for this weekend

Berry College will welcome more than 470 new graduates to the class of 2016 on Friday and Saturday.

Berry Board of Trustees Chairman Elected

J. Barry Griswell, a 1971 Berry alum, has been elected chair of the Berry College Board of Trustees with Rick Gilbert, a 1977 graduate, serving as vice chair.

Berry College Arboretum Opening April 29

The public is invited to the opening of the Berry College Arboretum on April 29, which will include a tree walk.

Senior Art Majors to Present Thesis Shows

Senior art majors will have their work on display beginning April 25 at the Berry College Moon Gallery.

Flint Water Crisis Panel Tuesday

Berry College will host a panel discussion to spread awareness of the current Flint, Michigan lead-tainted water crisis Tuesday (April 19) at 6 p.m. in the McAllister Auditorium, room 119.

Berry Inaugurates Clark Track and Dickey Field with Dedication Ceremony

Berry College recently dedicated Clark Track and Dickey Field as part of the Valhalla stadium complex. These new facilities have made possible the restoration of full competition in track and field to Berry’s intercollegiate athletics program.

Student Enterprises Sale Friday

Berry Student Enterprises will be hosting their first spring sale Friday (April 15) from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Oak Hill gift shop.

Berry Student Shines in Prestigious Goldwater Scholarship Program

Berry College junior Daniel Alligood won honorable mention in this year’s prestigious Goldwater Scholarship program, which awards aspiring mathematicians and scientists.

Congressman to Speak at Health Policy Symposium April 11

Congressman Tom Price, M.D., will speak on the “Issues of Healthcare Economics and Policy in the U.S.” at 7 p.m. Monday (April 11) in the Krannert Ballroom at Berry College.

Hundreds Will Walk at Walk MS Rome April 9

Many teams and individuals are expected to raise more than $35,399 to stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever at the 2016 Walk MS Rome taking place Saturday (April 9) at Berry College.

Student Honors Art Show

Berry College is hosting its annual student honors show in the Moon Gallery on April 12-21.

Spring Events at Berry

Berry College Choir ushers in the spring season with Sing We and Chant It! concert on April 10.

Berry Hosting World Music Festival Saturday

Berry College is hosting its annual World Music Festival starting at 1 p.m. Saturday (April 2.)

Berry College will hold a concert in honor of retiring music professor Stan Pethel at 3 p.m. Sunday (April 3) in the Ford Auditorium.

Martha Berry Museum Offers Special Viewing of 1900s Fashions

On Monday, April 18, 2016, the Martha Berry Museum will offer the public an unprecedented opportunity to view antique fashions from their permanent collection.

Berry professor launches fifth poetry book

Berry College Professor of English, Rhetoric and Writing Sandra Meek will launch her new book with a reading and signing April 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the college chapel.

Berry Chief of Staff Named King University President

King University in Bristol, Tennessee, has named Rome native Alexander Whitaker as its 23rd president. Whitaker currently serves as chief of staff at Berry College and secretary to the Board of Trustees.

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