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Changin’ times

We could all stand to replace the complaints with our own attitude adjustment If there is one thing school, family, life and love have taught me, it’s this: You can’t change anyone but yourself. Time and time again, I’ve caught myself in a...

Fast food generation

Fast-food additives pose a health risk to our generation According to an article by Food Safety News, McDonald’s recently announced it would no longer use ammonium hydroxide beef in its hamburgers. Referred to as a “pink slime” additive, the...

Dinner for two

Make this Valentine’s Day extra special (and cost-effective) by preparing a delicious meal at home with your sweetheart. If you’re anything like me, the kitchen is a pretty foreign room...

Conversations on Kwame

Detroit Free Press reporter speaks on journalism for Festival of the Arts Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist M.L. Elrick gave two separate presentations on his role in uncovering former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s text message scandal, watchdog journalism and the future of news to...
Acts of Kindness: Marty Osterholzer, cashier at the Rock Cafe, is the recipent of support from Ferris staff, students and community members. Money was raised to purchase a scooter that was given to Osterholzer. Photo By: Kate Dupon | Photo Editor

From the heart

Community member and students buy scooter for FSU faculty member “You know, what can you say? It’s one of the nicest things anyone can do for you,” Marty Osterholzer, cashier at the Rock, said–his voice filled with sincerity. Osterholzer made...

How romantic

The meaning and truth behind the greeting card holiday Valentine’s Day in America and Britain has long been associated with romance and lovers. In the nineteenth century the fad of sending and receiving ‘Valentines’ became en-vogue. Since then, society...