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19th Annual Spoonerbread Festival in Photo

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Photos by Hannah Willams-Beaver Pinnacle Photographer Little Miss Spoonbread Mini Supreme Lexie Keener waves at spectators during the parade The Festival featured a parade, live music, vendor, and a spoonbread eating contest/ Handful of Berea College students, a staff member and a community memebr held signs in protest of the Confederate flag merchandise sold at the city’s annual Spoonbread Festival ... Read More »

Confederate Flag being sold in Berea??

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By Taylor Brown News Writer brownta@berea.edu On Saturday afternoon at the Spoonbread Festival, a group of young activists took the streets to protest the vendors selling merchandise with the confederate flag printed on them. The group is named the Bereans for Mike Brown, made primarily of Berea College students. They were informed about the Chamber of Commerce in Berea allowing ... Read More »

Class of 2019, Welcome!

Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor Welcome class of 2019! It is now official, you have safely arrived on campus, settled into college, and a new live begins. The new class rolled in — parents, siblings, and new students loaded up cars with everything needed for a successful first year. It involved a lot of heavy lifting, hand shaking, cheering, tears (a ... Read More »

Men and Women’s Basketball Preview

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Photo by Berea Athletics Nate Metz Guest Sports Writer metzn@berea.edu The Berea College men and women’s basketball team is looking to go above and beyond their last season successes in the upcoming 2015-2016 season. After the men finished an impressive, but slightly disappointing fourth place finish, and the women lost by a mere three points in the championship game to ... Read More »

Raspberries and Critters

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Raspberries and Critters By Taylor Brown brownta@berea.edu Jaime ate his breakfast silently. Jennifer had already left for school, but Jaime was staying because he was sick. “You need drink plenty of fluids so your system keeps working.” Mom said. “Riley will make me feel better.” Jaime muttered. He stared down at his plate, knowing Mom was upset. “Linda,” Dad said. ... Read More »

The purest one

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By Taylor Brown brownta@berea.edu The hotel buzzed with hundreds of voices. People from everywhere drove to the entrance to book a room, or a suite if they had the money. The day was hot. Everyone hurried to get into the cool building or hurried out to escape the heat in their vehicles. Children became imaginative with the large space and ... Read More »

FRESHEN UP WITH F.R.E.S.H. START

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Photo by FRESH START. BC. By Taylor Brown News Writer brownta@berea.eduFor anyone on the campus who wants to begin life anew, F.R.E.S.H. Start is here for you. The program was designed by Student Life and the Academic division to help students, particularly the freshmen, with life enhancing skills by encouraging students to participate in competitions and various activities throughout the ... Read More »

The End of the Corner Pocket

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Photo by Andrea Dowlen Katelyn Blair Pinnacle Writer blairk@berea.edu The Alumni Building has long been home to the Activities Room and the Corner Pocket, where students could enjoy a variety of recreational activities. Now, however, the basement is undergoing renovations that will take away much of the space previously occupied by the Corner Pocket. Instead of the six pool tables, ... Read More »

Women’s Soccer Finds Leadership in Youth

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Nate Metz Sports Writer metzn@berea.edu The women’s soccer team at Berea College is lacking in one department that most teams thrive upon – senior leadership. This year’s team does not have a single four year player on the roster. Lacking seniority is something that does not intimidate this team, and some of the players see it as a positive, even ... Read More »

Convocation Scanners; Technology to Slow you Down?

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Lenox, K. Pinnacle Editor Every new school year ushers in a plethora of changes; this year, one of the changes involves how convocation credits are earned. Now, instead of using a convocation card, a handheld electric scanner that scans a student’s identity card is in effect. Last year, the college agreed to move from a plain convocation card to a ... Read More »

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