The General Education Modification (GEM) Committee is responsible for making majors changes to wellness, GSTR and other general education courses in Berea College.
In honor of Thanksgiving, The Berea Torch is publishing a collection of haikus on the traditional main dish of the holiday.
The Taleless Dog Booksellers has been hiding a secret from Berea. Store workers “Clark” Buckmaster, is actually Alvin Buckmaster, a former nurse and convicted attempted sexual abuser.
The 2022 Midterms produced very expected and surprising elections for Berea, Kentucky and the United States.
Bingham Residence Hall has been stripped of all towels, what comes next for the devastated dorm?
By Lily Barnette and Ülvi Gitaliyev Elected in 2021, Josh Bray is running unopposed this year. He represents the entirety of Rockcastle County, as well as parts of Laurel, Pulaski and Madison County, including most of Berea. The Berea Torch was able to interview him to discuss why he originally ran, achievements from his last […]
“The Soul of Our State Is up on the Ballot” – Interview with Susan Cintra, Democratic KY Senate Candidate
Long time teacher Democratic Nominee for Kentucky Senate seat 34, Susan Cintra, sits down with The Berea Torch to talk about her plans of improving Madison County and beyond.
This year, the residents of Richmond, Lexington and Frankfort have to choose between two candidates that leave much to be desired
Meet the candidates running for Berea City Council in 2022.
Improving Our Schools – Interview with Berea Board of Education Candidates Rebecca Blankenship and Tom McCay
The Berea Torch interviews two candidates running this year for the Berea Board of Education
Students in Berea College have started a petition to increase labor wages to the Kentucky minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
A student gives us an account of their harrowing experience stuck in a Kettering elevator.
SGA Sophomore Vice-President Suneil Avirneni interviews SGA President Connor Courtney and talks about his plans for changing Berea this semester.