After just two weeks of classes, the newest Berry class of more than 575 students has undergone a rite of passage that is central to the Berry mission.
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Serving Home and Abroad“Berry College has allowed my vocation for service to flourish and grow.”
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Artist Rick Berman will give a gallery talk at 7 p.m. to open his exhibit Monday (Sept. 22) in Berry College Moon Gallery.
The Berry College Theatre Company will perform its rendition of “The Fantasticks” from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5. Performances will be held each week, Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at the E.H Young Theatre located on campus.
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Junior Olivia Page is on her way to a career in global public
health by way of India and Berry College.
Olivia, a sociology and anthropology major, recently
studied abroad with the American Institute for Foreign Study in South India.
She volunteered with non-governmental organizations that help disadvantaged
students and also worked closely with VOICE 4 Girls, a non-governmental
organization dedicated to girl empowerment that partners with school systems in
says her job with Berry College Volunteer Services has helped her find her path to
has always been a constant in my life. Berry College has allowed my vocation for
service to flourish and grow,” said Olivia, who has worked with volunteer
services since she was a freshman and is now the director. "By
working one-on-one with non-profits and other organizations in the Rome
community I have had the opportunity to become educated on the social issues
facing the Rome community and those that affect the United States as a
“It is my goal to return to Hyderabad (India) soon to continue
working with the organizations and completing research. I still have so much to
learn about the beautiful Indian culture.”
Written by Student Public
Relations Assistant Nic Diaz