About BC News
Berea College News provides student-produced television news stories and broadcasts via our Facebook page. We cover stories relevant to the college, the city of Berea, and national issues as well as some stories meant to make you laugh. We strive for the highest journalistic integrity and quality, exploring multiple facets of every story.
Students are responsible for pitching story ideas, then planning, writing, filming, and editing those stories for broadcast. They gain experience both on and off camera and hone their skills in researching, reporting, and interviewing. Many of them are enrolled in Berea's Broadcast Journalism courses in hopes of earning a minor in the subject. Students have secured internships at local television stations such as WKYT in Lexington and national networks, including National Public Radio in Washington, D.C.
I am a sophomore Communication and Political Science double major with a minor in Broadcast Journalism. I love to listen Jazz and Classical music, I play the saxophone, and I know how to speak in Spanish, English, and French. My interests are music, national and global politics, and social issues.
Here at the Berea College News Archives, you can see some of our recent work. Whether it's a short Quick Hit story or full-length Studio Report, you'll find it here. To see our latest content, visit our Facebook Page to get our stories when they're fresh.
BC Baseball & Softball Underway
March 22, 2019
Lane Hinton reports on the kickoff to the 2019 Baseball and Softball seasons.
BC Student Performs on Red Barn Radio
March 19, 2019
Christian Gentzel reports on Senior Dakota Saylor's performance on the internationally syndicated radio show, Red Barn Radio.
BCN Studio Report
March 17, 2019
BCN Studio Report, including stories on the SGA Articles of Impeachment, the City of Berea Ethics Committee, our student-run Speech & Debate team, and the Happy Hour segment, Wheel of Misfortune.
BC Celebrates Labor Day
February 25, 2019
Berea College Labor Day is meant to honor our student workers. Micheala Jackson reports on this year's event.
Tibetan Monks Visit BC
February 21, 2019