By Hailey Klingel, Ferris State Torch

Members of the Black Greek Council, pose for a photo in the new University Center.

Breaking the ice

Black Greek council members open up about party excitements and expectations Providing attendees with good, clean, genuine fun is Black Greek Council’s goal with their Spring Ice Breaker. “I really like how people just come to have fun,” Accounting and Computer...
Haylie Lenon, a sophomore in Pre-Nursing, gets some information about Financial Aid at the Timme Center.

Money Talks

Students get real about money management in college Between rent payments, books, and too many 3 a.m. Taco Bell runs, nothing makes your bank account drop quite like college does. “I’ve always been very money conscious, not wanting...

Steampunk Chronicle

Emerging subgenre of art to come to brand-new Fine Art Gallery Ferris is about to get Steampunk’d. Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction and fantasy literature and art inspired both by the Victorian period and the 19 century Wild West....
A portion of a display in the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia in the basement of FLITE.

We have a dream

Students gear up for MLK Day celebrations Martin Luther King, Jr. believed that “What are you doing for others?” was “life’s most persistent and urgent question,” according to the Corporation for National and Community Service. On Monday,...

Tis the season

Students discuss their different holiday traditions Students can rejoice knowing that about a week from now begins a whole month of holidays, family time, and winter activities. That’s right, we survived first semester and are now...
After the closing of Westview, The Rock has seen a major increase in traffic due to it being closest to most classes in terms of distance.

Fine Dining

Can you smell what The Rock is cooking? Ferris prides itself on its superior dining services, but students may not always share the same appreciation. If you went on a tour of Ferris before deciding to go here,...