Autumn Signs


As vibrant leaves fall from the trees and the air becomes a crisp cool, Berry College students break out their sweaters and hot cocoa. Due to the hot and humid weather typical of the South, the colder temps have been happily welcomed by students. 

During this season Berry’s campus is painted with trees covered with yellow, red and orange leaves on both the main and mountain campus. As students hike to the Berry Reservoir and climb Lavender Mountain to the House o’ Dreams, the trails are filled with picture perfect fall scenes.

“I love fall at Berry because being from Florida, I’ve never experienced the leaves changing to all their pretty orange and yellow tones,” junior Mariana Novakovic said. “I’ve discovered that I absolutely love the cooler brisk weather that fall also brings.” 

Students can also depend on the fall events filled with pumpkin painting, bonfires and hot apple cider.

“I really love being able to share a slice of pumpkin bread and a warm latte with a friend on a beautiful fall afternoon,” Novakovic said.

Written by Public Relations Student Assistant Megan Benoit. Photos by Staff Photographer Brant Sanderlin and student photographer Lindsey Campbell