Stunning Spring


The spring season has painted Berry with an array of vibrant flowers and students have happily welcomed some warmer weather. 

Main campus, mountain campus and Oak Hill have come alive. The pop of color has brought a new level of beauty to Berry’s already stunning 27,000 acres. Students are  taking advantage of the warmer weather by studying outside and participating in various outdoor activities.  

“I really enjoy hanging out in my Eno while doing some reading for class. It is a great way to lay around and take in this beautiful weather,” freshman Bryce Nethery said. 

Spring also means the final stretch for the seniors graduating in May. Senior Rebekah Mason describes this time as emotional and bittersweet.

“I’m excited about the future and new opportunities. Change is always difficult, but I’m excited to embrace it. On the other hand, I’m going to miss the community here a ton. The Berry Community is special and I’ve loved being a part of it. I’ve made some lifelong connections and friendships,” Mason said.

Seniors will receive their diplomas in May and will enter into a new season of life beyond Berry.

Written by Public Relations Student Assistant Megan Benoit. Photos by student photographers Jacob Bushey, Kathryn Lanyon, Lindsey Campbell and staff photographer Brant Sanderlin.