Ferris students who rely on a Bridge card to buy their food will be facing some difficulty this spring when their benefits are cut off. Beginning April 1, the Michigan […]
In front of sellout crowds and with a first round bye in the CCHA Tournament on the line, the Bulldogs battled for recognition in the seniors’ last weekend playing inside […]
Governor Rick Snyder recently announced a 21.9 percent cut to higher education funding. Announced on Feb. 17, the proposed cuts would mean a loss of $10.6 million to Ferris State, […]
Drug legalization in the United States will not hinder our economy, but allow for prosperity and opportunity. I wonder why the government has not jumped the gun on legalizing all […]
Department of State informational meeting Coming to campus Feb. 24 is William Downer, a retired Foreign Service officer, who will share information about job opportunities within the federal government. The […]
A decision to universally legalize drugs will never be an answer to win America’s war on drug use. The consequences of legalizing drugs far outweighs the benefits. While there have […]
Harassment complaint Feb. 12 at 10:41 p.m., officers were dispatched to Merrill Hall in reference to a harassment complaint. Officers spoke with both parties. No other incidents occurred.