The Berea Torch is proud to announce the release of its first physical zines!
Berea College is precariously surviving with limited water. What can students and staff do to stay safe?
Local artists show off their work in the Berea Arts Council annual Community Exhibition.
Drumming, cooking and language are just some of the things the Japanese Taiko and Culture Club are teaching its members.
After the repeal of Roe v. Wade, people of religious faith are turning towards the RCRC to fight for abortion rights, including Berea.
The Berea Torch, Berea College’s independent, student-run newspaper, is back from its summer hiatus!
The Berea Torch responds to some criticism and bids farewell to the College during the summer break.
SGA Sophomore Vice-President Suneil Avirneni interviews SGA President Connor Courtney and talks about his plans for changing Berea this semester.
As libraries become part of the ever larger list of culture war battlegrounds, Madison County librarians speak out about the role of libraries in Berea and Richmond.
Clean4change, an environmental activism group in Kentucky, is trying to bring about more awarness in Berea College about environmental issues and bring about real, tangible change.
It is more important now than ever for workers to support each other in their struggle to achieve a living wage and build a new, fairer society for all.
On our third Labor Day related article, we will focus on the Chicago Labor Notes conference of 2022 and how the working class was treated during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The Harlan County War (1931-1939) cost the lives of many men and showed the world that the fight for basic workers rights was well and alive in the United States.