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Making your dorm room a mini-home

Talia Floyd News Writer Dorm rooms are impermanent and they can feel pretty sterile and small. Even so you will spend plenty of time in your dorm whether it is just a place to sleep or, like me, you only emerge for classes and food. Turning your dorm room from a space where you are to a home is ... Read More »

A Place of Comfort: Black Music Ensemble (BME) begins a new academic year with a retreat!

Derby Chukwudi News Writer   On Friday September 9th,The Black Music Ensemble kicked off the academic school year with a welcoming and introductory retreat with old and new members at Presser Hall hosted by BME staff members and President Roelofs. BME is not just another musical ensemble, but one of the diverse groups on campus that provides a place ... Read More »

Black Student Union (BSU) Presents “First Friday”

Derby Chukwudi News Writer   On September 16th in the Activities room of Alumni Building, leaders of the Black Student Union (BSU) commenced the new academic year by hosting their First Friday event. The purpose of this event was to bring together members of the union to relax with one another, eat, play games, and to get to know ... Read More »

Night Runners–The Banana Run Club

Corey Bush News Writer One of the new clubs on campus is the Banana Run Club where members can be seen jogging at night, some wearing large banana costumes, getting their miles in while aiming to provide a safer environment for students at night. It creates a safe space for walkers at night by just providing more eyes and ... Read More »

Inaugural–Anime Club

By Kiara Hunt News Writer The Berea Anime and Manga Club, mostly known by its acronym, BAM!, had its inaugural meeting on Friday, September 2nd. Those who showed up were presented with a sticker from the club, a membership form for the fall 2016-2017 school year, and a handheld No-Face mask replica as memorabilia from the movie that was ... Read More »

First Convocation 2016/2017 Academic Year

By Kiara Hunt News Writer Thursday, September 1st was the first day of Convocation for the 2016-2017 school year, which was titled “Speaking the Great Commitments Anew”. Taking place in the Seabury Arena, there was a specific manner in which members of Berea College, be it faculty, staff, or student, would enter the building and the gathering location itself. ... Read More »

BC’s African Student Association Members Attend 6TH Annual Midwestern Conference at Northern Kentucky University

By Derby Chukwudi News Writer This year, the African Student Union of Northern Kentucky University was privileged to host the 6th Annual African Midwest Conference. On September 2nd, 2016 twenty members of the African Students Association (ASA) left the pinnacles of Berea to join with over fifty schools located in the Midwestern area of the country for the Midwestern ... Read More »


By Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble special to the Pinnacle For sixteen years, the Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble has thrilled audiences with their shining student talent and fun, lively performances. During their time at Berea College, student band members show off their picking and singing skills on stage in exchange for course credit, lifelong friendships and the opportunity to share their ... Read More »

BC’s Multicultural Week in Pictures

The last week of March was a multicultural themed week on Campus. Several students, faculty, staff, invited guests, student organizations and clubs took part in the celebration of cultures around the globe. Some of the participants included the the African Students Association (ASA), Asian students groups, Middle Eastern Dance Troupe, Dance performance by Dance Professor Nashwa Cahill, and musical performance ... Read More »

Just Another Day…

Taylor Brown Creative Writer Hazel pulled her hood over her head as more people started coming in. She dipped lower in her seat and crossed her arms, studying the artwork on the desk in front of her. Mrs. Haynes put her in the front of the class to force her to participate in class, but she was going to ... Read More »

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