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Students Form Berry "B"

Berry’s newest students show their school spirit by forming a giant “B” on the Ford quad.

Fresh recognition for the quality of Berry’s education and – of course – the beauty of its campus greeted the more than 600 first-year students and transfers who reported for the beginning of the new academic year.

Once again, The Princeton Review has tapped Berry for inclusion in its annual guidebook, The Best 385 Colleges, which features less than 13 percent of America’s 3,000 four-year colleges. Praised editor-in-chief and lead author Robert Franek: “We salute Berry College for its outstanding academics, and we are truly pleased to recommend it to prospective applicants searching for their personal ‘best-fit’ college.”

Berry made numerous “best of” lists in the book, including “Most Beautiful Campus” (No. 6) and “Most Engaged in Community Service” (No. 14).

Other recent distinctions include a “best for the money” designation by College Factual – an honor made possible by the generous scholarship donations of alumni and friends – and recognition for campus beauty by the likes of Travel Channel, MSN and Trip Trivia.

We are also proud of the economics faculty’s top-30 national ranking for research productivity among liberal arts colleges. Like their colleagues in other departments across campus, these talented researchers are also dedicated teachers and mentors, often involving students in their work. Great job!

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