The Big FAT Truth

The impression we make by our physical appearance may or may not be by choice. People observe some physical characteristic and then, either knowingly or not, associate personality traits with the ones they can see.

Neon hair and facial piercings commonly convey non-conformity. Those who wear glasses are associated with the characteristic of intelligence. There are other blatant aspects of appearance though that are not cosmetic and cannot be so easily changed.

Hockey Team Ready for New Season

The Bulldogs head into the 2009-2010 season with 21 returning letterwinners from last year.

Ferris finished the 2008-2009 season with five losses in its final six regular season contests. In the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) playoffs, the Bulldogs were swept by the University of Nebraska-Omaha on the road in a first round exit.

This season, the Bulldogs will lean on the experience of their defense to carry the team. The defense finished fifth in the CCHA in goals allowed a year ago and seven of the eight defensemen have returned. The unit is so deep that head coach Bob Daniels believes he will have trouble deciding which players to dress.

Protocol for Pre-Gaming

Tailgating goes back for over a hundred years with no sign of stopping soon.

According to, tailgating was first started in 1869 when the first college football game between the Rutgers and Princeton.

Tailgating often thought of as a way to support a team and and socialize with other fans has progressed since the 19th century into a veritable tradition.