By Tyler Hanan, Opinions Editor

Party Savvy

Don’t get caught in a bad spot College! That means wicked awesome parties, right? They’ll be just like the movies, with the best music playing and the hottest kids dancing, each party better than the last. It’ll...

Getting a leg up

Ferris provides a number of resources to help the aspiring student The culture shock of a college curriculum can strike like lightning – suddenly you’ve failed two quizzes and a test, with the homework’s equations looming like some cruel, illegible joke....

Behind the scenes

Volunteers work hard to bring Ferris Fest to campus Karmin, Reel Big Fish and a variety of local talent took the stage Saturday on Ferris’ West Campus Intramural Fields. Before Ferris students could enjoy the show, a number of...
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Relay for Life

This year’s Relay for Life proves to be Ferris’ most successful one yet The 12-hour buzz of fundraising activity that is Relay For Life returned to Ferris’ campus on April 4 and 5. This year’s event raised $34,765.81, a Ferris Relay record. The...

A modern Greek tragedy

Cast of “Ajax in Iraq” discusses the play’s treatment of social issues Whereas Ferris’ fall production of “Spamalot” was classic comedic fare, upcoming military drama “Ajax in Iraq” will, according to the cast, leave audiences speechless. “[Director Katherine LaPietra] tends to go...
Board games have been a hobby of Daniel Chou, East Campus Suites hall director, for years. Chou recently created a game called “Security Council,” a strategy board game about nuking your friends. Here he shares his games with friends and residents for feedback, which has been quite positive. 

Courtesy Photo Provided By: Daniel Chou

The most dangerous game

Ferris hall director brings students together with games of nuclear warfare “Nuke your friends, that’s what they’re here for.” So proclaims the tagline for Security Council, a board game created by Ferris State’s Daniel Chou. In the game, feelings are hurt,...
The Balsam Brothers band performs during the Battle of the Bands event held this past Friday at the Gate. The Balsam Brothers won the battle and will perform at Relay For Life on April 4-5, as will second place finishers Bridge the Gap.

Courtesy Photo Provided By: Mariah Bouwkamp

Battle of the bands

Ferris’ own The Balsam Brothers come away with a victory at Relay For Life event Relay For Life at Ferris is a time when students come together to raise money for cancer, but it often inspires a little bit of competition. Five bands vied for...