History major Anna Tucker (08C) has taken full advantage of the rare opportunity to curate a new museum: the Museum of Southern Jewish History in New Orleans.
Attorney and adjunct law professor Gerald L. “Jerry” Blanchard (75C) ice climbs for the interest and exhilaration of it.
Intercollegiate athletics returned with a flourish this spring, producing many unforgettable moments for the hardworking students and coaches who represent Berry so well.
Shannon Rohrabaugh Casas (05C), now a newspaper editor in Gainesville, Ga., looks back on her time at Berry, focusing on the education and experiences that helped to shape her future.
When COVID-19 threatened the education of neglected and abused children at a local shelter, biochemistry major Sara Myers (21C) mobilized fellow students to ensure the tutoring services they provided would continue.
Berry’s newest “guided” scholarship program honors the memory of the late Barry Griswell (71C) by aiding students who have demonstrated an ability to overcome adversity, just as he once did.
Gifts from alumni and friends are aiding in the restoration of one of Berry’s most beloved landmarks, Frost Memorial Chapel. Work is already underway on the clear leaded-glass windows, and plans are in the works to add a new climate control system as well.
The Class of 2020 missed out on many cherished traditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but a special December commencement afforded the opportunity for many to return “home” to Berry – this time as alumni.
The generosity of alumni and friends never fails to inspire. Here, we are pleased to highlight some recent milestones that caught our attention, including one alum who continues to support Berry faithfully at 103!
As she celebrates her 100th birthday, Eloise Cooper Crowder (43C) shares recollections of times spent with Martha Berry herself.