Berry in the News

Cherokee Tony Harris to Speak at Berry April 3

In honor of the 180th Anniversary of the Trail of Tears, Chieftains Museum/Major Ridge Home and Berry College is co-sponsoring the lecture, “If Plants Could Talk: A Cherokee Relationship."

Berry Students to be Honored at Southern Literary Festival

Three Berry College students are headed to the Southern Literary Festival for their award-winning creative writing.

Berry Recognized as Tree Campus USA

The Arbor Day Foundation has honored Berry College again with the 2017 Tree Campus USA® recognition for commitment to effective urban forest management.

Berry Half Marathon Welcomes Runners Saturday

This Saturday, Berry College welcomes more than a thousand runners from across the U.S. for the 11th annual Berry Half Marathon.

Theatre Students Earn Recognition at Festival

Berry College students took home awards and scholarships at the recent Region IV Kennedy Center – American College Theater Festival.

Eudora Welty Scholar to Speak at Berry

Pearl McHaney, preeminent Eudora Welty scholar and 2018 recipient of the Governor’s Award in the Arts and Humanities, will give a lecture at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday (March 7) at the Berry College Memorial Library.

Animal Science Student Earns Success in National Contest

A Berry College student took third place recently in a national essay contest.

Fine Arts Events for March

The Berry College Dance Troupe's 21st annual concert will be at 8 p.m. March 1-3 in the Rome City Auditorium.

Early Learning Center Given Highest Rating

The Berry College-operated South Rome Early Learning Center recently received the highest quality rated status for the state of Georgia.

Campus Carrier Newspaper Claims Awards

The Berry College student newspaper, Campus Carrier, claimed nine awards for journalism excellence in this year’s Georgia College Press Association Better Newspaper Contest.

Berry Forensics Wins 24th State Tournament

The Berry College Forensic Unit earned their 24th consecutive team state championship at the Georgia Intercollegiate Forensics Association State Championship earning themselves a spot at both the National Speech Championship as well the Novice Nationals in March.

Berry Students Present Research in Morocco

Three Berry College students recently presented research at the Association of Global Studies Conference in Marrakech, Morocco.

Berry Music Professor Wins The American Prize in Piano

Berry College Associate Professor of Music Kris Carlisle has received a Special Judges' Citation from The American Prize in Piano, honoring him for his "Exceptional Commitment to Music by Americans."

Berry Dairy Wins Southeast Milk Quality Award

The Berry College Dairy recently received the 2017 Southeast Quality Milk Initiative Award for Georgia.

Worship Concert Series Feb. 11 and 18

Christian musicians Ellie Holcomb and Andrew Peterson will perform back-to-back weekend shows Feb. 11 and 18 in the Berry College Chapel as part of the Worship Concert Series.

Berry Environmental Studies Co-hosts Annual Seed Swap

The Chieftains Museum is hosting the Fifth Annual Floyd County Seed Swap from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Berry to host entrepreneurial conference Feb. 9-10

Berry College Student Enterprises invites young entrepreneurs to the annual SPARK Entrepreneurial Conference Friday and Saturday (Feb 9-10.)

Wildlife Photography Exhibit Opens at the Martha Berry Museum

Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum presents “Sanctuary at Berry: Wildlife Photography by Gena Flanigen” from Feb. 24 through Aug. 18.

Juried Art Exhibit Opens Feb. 12 at Moon Gallery

The Berry College Moon Gallery will showcase the juried exhibit "Gift" Feb. 12 through Mar. 9.

Former NJ Gov. Speaks About Leadership

Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman recently spoke about “Women, Leadership, Power and Politics: Overcoming Obstacles" as part of the Berry College Cecil B. Wright III Integrity in Leadership lecture series.

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