The Berry College Moon Gallery has opened its first show of the season with Atlanta-based artist Shana Robbins.
A Berry College professor’s whodunit mystery with graphic novel-style animation and amazing wildlife shots will be shown at the Rome International Film Festival on Sept. 5.
More than 600 new students arrived at Berry College this week in preparation for the new semester that starts Monday.
A new annual reading series, named after a Berry College alumnus and accomplished writer, will begin in September.
Carter, one of the nation’s leading real estate investment, development and advisory firms, has announced it will serve as program manager for the development of Valhalla, Berry College’s new athletic stadium.
Construction of a new Welcome Center and enhanced vehicle entrance is underway this week at Berry College’s main entry.
Oak Hill & The Martha Berry Museum and the Rome Area Council for the Arts announce a celebration of the life and of one of Rome's most influential citizens: First Lady Ellen Axson Wilson.
Two Berry College students have been named Synovus Scholars and received funding for their research.
Berry instructor Kathryn Nobles has been named a Maestro in Outstanding Achievement by Kindermusik International, the world’s leading publisher of music and movement programs.
The International Honor Society in Education, known as Kappa Delta Pi, recently inducted 11 Berry College students into the Berry Rho Upsilon chapter.
Berry College Professor of Chemistry Gary Breton has been promoted to Dean of the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
Several Berry College undergraduates have been selected for significant financial awards and programs to help further their academic studies and research.
Berry College’s proposed stadium, Valhalla, is being relocated out of respect for the nesting site of Georgia’s most famous pair of bald eagles, college officials announced today.
More than 300 representatives from 75 colleges and universities arrived at Berry College today for a week-long 2014 Summer Leadership Institute.
Berry College faculty and staff members were recently recognized for their hard work throughout this academic year.
Berry College celebrated the public launch of an ambitious $100 million fundraising campaign Saturday night with news that commitments of more than $70 million have already been secured.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America President Emeritus Roxanne Spillett and SunTrust Bank Executive Vice President Bradford R. Dinsmore are the newest members of the Berry College Board of Trustees.
Senior Mary Chambers has been named 2014 “Student Employee of The Year” by the Southern Association of Student Employment Administrators.
ROME, Ga. – Gifted and talented students in 3rd through 8th grade are invited to the second summer of Viking Explorations camp at Berry College.
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Former president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of America Roxanne Spillett will be the guest speaker at the Berry College spring commencement May 10.