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Berea Fest

By Taylor Brown brownta@berea.edu The Berea Fest happened this past Saturday, the 14. Alumni swarmed the campus, and mainly concentrated on the Fairchild lawn. The place was full of smiling faces and the little children of alumni running around the campus. The sun was out, even though it was quite chilly, and autumn was very apparent. It was a beautiful ... Read More »

HVZ Highlights and Lowlights

Photo adapted from forms.Humans vs Zombies By Taylor Brown Brownta@berea.edu News Writer Thee 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 ... Read More »

Berea Golf Takes 8th in USCAA

Nate Metz Guest Sports Writer MetZN@berea.edu The Berea College golf team took to the USCAA National Golf Tournament at Penn State University this Monday and Tuesday, taking 8th out of 24 teams. Day one was not an easy adjustment for the Mountaineer linksmen, who found themselves in 9th after their first 18 holes on the blue course at the Penn ... Read More »

Dana Unveiled—Q&A Session with Singleton Part III

Pinnacle Editor Pinnacle: Dana now accommodates about 120 students; this is more than Deep-green (one of the most acclaimed residence halls with a larger space) can hold, was the goal to accommodate as many students as possible in Dana? Singleton: Deep Green has ~34,400 sf of living space and can accommodate 132 residents. Dana can actually accommodate 136 residents and ... Read More »

FRESHEN UP WITH FRESH START

Photo courtesy of FRESH START BC By Taylor Brown News Writer brownta@berea.edu .” As part of Berea College’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), they have created the FRESH Start program. This program is also an acronym, where “FRESH” stands for “First-year Residential Experience Supporting Health” and it strives to help first-year students transition into college as smoothly as possible. This particular ... Read More »

the purest one

by Taylor Brown Creative Writer brownta@berea.edu Mari stood on the balcony of her living room, barefoot and dressed in a simple white lace overlay dress, holding a glass of red wine. The breeze was warm, fresh from the lake not even fifty yards away from the house; it tousled her hair every now and then. The sun was setting, throwing ... Read More »

B-Linked to replace #Students

Katelyn Blair Guest Writer / Pinnacle Photographer Blairk@berea.edu Emails are an enormous part of the life of a Berea College Student, but, students will now be recieving a whole lot less of them. The system has now been changed to minimize the number of emails that students receive. This means that #students is a thing of the past (except on ... Read More »

Dana Hall Renovations

Pinnacle Editor The smell of new paints, a large terrace, new bathrooms, a spacious reception area with glass panels, or green lawns in front and on the roof all equates to one thing on the Berea College campus; Dana Hall and the ever-going renovations. Dana offers a deep and warm welcome at first sight with very good reasoning as it ... Read More »

Berea Has Gone Moist

By Taylor Brown News Writer brownta@berea.edu On September 29th, Berea voters said yes to alcohol sales going moist for the first time ever. This means Berea will now allow restaurants to serve alcohol by the glass if the restaurant seats a minimum of fifty people and make at least seventy percent of their sales from food. However, package stores and ... Read More »

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