The thought of making a New Year’s resolution after a year like 2020 seems ridiculous. The most “typical” resolutions, such as exercising more, saving money and quitting vaping, are almost […]
Between lockdowns and quarantines and online classes, students have spent more time at home this year than ever and some students have turned to raising plants to keep themselves busy […]
Editor’s note: the original headline of this opinion piece was insensitive to the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact and has been changed. The coronavirus pandemic has truly thrown Michigan colleges and universities […]
When COVID-19 first shut down the state a lot of students found themselves without jobs and applying for unemployment. Unemployment provided about $600 a week to those eligible. Ferris also […]
Wearing masks and making appointments to workout at the gym has become the new normal since their re-opening. Many students have had mixed feelings about the Rec Center operations, and […]
The university is not taking the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement seriously in Byron Brooks’ eyes and it’s something he wants to change.