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Ferris librarian passes away

Ferris employee Scott Atwell passed away on Friday, December 19 due to what is believed to be natural causes according to a campus-wide bulletin sent out by news services manager Sandy Gholston. Atwell,

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Re-opening of observatory A celebration for the grand re-opening of the Rawlinson Observatory on Monday, November 24 at 7:00 P.M. in SCI 102. It will begin the celebration with a

    The world at large

    Republicans had a decisive victory in last week’s midterm elections, winning several key states and ultimately the Senate majority. The gubernatorial race was also swept by Republicans, with governor re-elections

    Ferris librarian passes away

    Ferris employee Scott Atwell passed away on Friday, December 19 due to what is believed to be natural causes according to a campus-wide bulletin sent out by news services manager Sandy Gholston. Atwell,

    Sports

    Jibreel Jackson scored just five points, but nailed a game-winning three point shot at the buzzer to down Albion College on his birthday.

    Top Dawg

    The basketball gods shone down upon Jibreel Jackson on his birthday. Jackson, a junior point guard out of Chicago, was able to hit a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer on

    The Women’s soccer team at a practice earlier this season during the early morning fog. The Bulldogs have a chance to take on rival Grand Valley State in the GLIAC tournament.

    Bulldogs crack the tournament

    Following a disappointing first half of the season, which transitioned into a hopeful turnaround, the Ferris State soccer team has earned a spot in the GLIAC Playoffs. This will mark

    Sports Shorts

    Hockey drops one, ties another with 1-8-1 Wisconsin The Bulldogs were riding a three win in four game wave of momentum headed to Madison, Wisconsin over Thanksgiving weekend, but were

    On the edge

    The Ferris State women’s tennis team plays their conference tournament this weekend. After a 3-6 loss against Grand Valley State last Friday, the team sits in sixth place in the

    Tia Brandel-Wilhelm (Left) and Tony Annese take home Top Dawg honors after their teams took home undisputed GLIAC titles this past weekend.

    Top Dawg

    Head coaches round out this week’s Top Dawg largely because their team’s have qualified for the NCAA tournament. Two seasons ago, Ferris State football finished a 6-5 season with a

    Ferris after a 3-2 victory over Grand Valley State at home. The Bulldogs are now 2-1 against Grand Valley State this season.

    Bulldogs dock Lakers

    The Ferris State volleyball team will play in the NCAA tournament for the fourth straight year on Thursday. The 23-5 Bulldogs will take on the 22-7 Lewis University Flyers at

      Lifestyles

      An album cover of The Neighbourhood, provided by iTunes.

      Artist of the Week

      Genre: Folk Rock Like: Mumford & Sons, Hey Marseilles, Fleet Foxes Dubbed “classical-influenced southern folk rock” by National Public Radio, The Last Bison arrived on the indie music scene in

      An album cover of The Neighbourhood, provided by iTunes.

      Artist of the Week

      Genre: Folk Rock Like: Mumford & Sons, Hey Marseilles, Fleet Foxes Dubbed “classical-influenced southern folk rock” by National Public Radio, The Last Bison arrived on the indie music scene in

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      Faces of Ferris

      You can’t be a true bulldog if you haven’t attended an Entertainment Unlimited (EU) event on campus. Vice President of Internal Affairs of EU, Allegra Babiarz, can be found behind

        Modern Love

        In Grindr logic, there are two types of gay men: “strict tops” and those who are versatile. Yes kids, we’re talking about gay sex today. The breakdown is this: if

        Welcome Week 2014

        Graphic By Cailey Pawluk

        Welcome

        For those of you considering Ferris, welcome to campus. As you walk around and look at this foreign concept that you may soon be calling your school, keep a few