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Berea’s Gaming Club

Photo by Taylor Brown By Taylor Brown News writer It can be a tough decision leaving gaming consoles at home, or your television. But fear not! Berea College students have gotten together to promote a club exclusively for gamers, Berea’s Gaming Club. The club meets every Saturday from 7 pm to 9 pm in Alumni Building in the Stammer room. ... Read More »

2015 USCAA North vs. South Battlefield Classic Recap

Photo courtesy of Berea Athletics By Nate Metz Guest Sports Writer The first day of the 2015 USCAA North vs. South Battlefield Classic went well for the Berea College Mountaineer Volleyball team, going 2-0 against two USCAA opponents. Berea started the tournament by breezing through number 4 ranked Johnson & Wales (NC) in three straight sets. Berea then was ... Read More »

Berea College Runners Shine at Home Meet

photo courtesy of Berea athletics By Nate Metz Guest Sports Writer The Berea College Cross Country team had a chance to compete at home in the Berea College Beverly Harkleroad Invitational on September 19th. The women’s team finished a strong third, only behind Centre College and Tennessee Wesleyan College ─ the school in which head coach Shawn Jakubowski coached ... Read More »

A Survivor’s Perspective

By Katelyn Blair Photographer/ Associate Writer Michael Hingson shared with us a brilliant and inspiring story about his experience on 9/11/01 during his convocation speech last week. I had the opportunity to sit and talk with him about the experience, and discuss some of the personal lessons he learned. The first of these was that teamwork is absolutely necessary to ... Read More »

Dana Unveiled—Q&A Session with Derrick Singleton

Many students had concerns and question about the newest residential building on Campus. Below is a complete Questions and Answers with Derrick Singleton, Vice President for Operations and Sustainability. Part 1 Pinnacle: The new Dana design reflects a good signature of Luckett and Farley Architectural firm with the “terrace,” and it is a great view and something new on campus. ... Read More »

HVZ Highlights and Lowlights

By Taylor Brown News Writer The Humans vs. Zombies (HvZ) game on the Berea College campus is quite popular. It’s a live action game where the people who are zombies try and turn those who are human. Those who are human hunt the zombies or try and keep themselves from being turned. Ben Nikoi, a freshman at school, had this ... Read More »

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