Part three in a six part series about the health care systems of countries around the world The founders of the Beveridge system of health care, Lord William Beveridge and […]
Stevie Miller, 54, and Greg Bovee, 55, were freshmen and strangers until one fateful photo lead to a romance that has lasted 37 years.
In 1972, during what was known as the “Three day Wonder” freshman orientation program at Ferris State University, Miller, health optics major, met Bovee, a pharmacy major, weeks before the fall semester. The two met for only moments in the Ward Hall cafeteria. They were in the same orientation group and had to ask each other questions.
“I saw her sitting down and just walked up to her and asked her what she was doing,” said Greg.
Assistant Professor of Music Matt Moresi has been happily playing the piano for 23 years, but has recently decided to take on the accordian. Moresi, now age 28, began playing […]
Ferris State University students embrace a coffee culture. Statistics show that coffee is the most popular beverage in the world with over 400 million cups consumed every year, according to […]
Campus Fun Oct. 5-7 Writings on the Wall – Brick Painting, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., Quad Oct. 7 Business Professionals of America Meeting, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., FLITE […]
Tailgating goes back for over a hundred years with no sign of stopping soon.
According to tailgating.com, 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.
Campus Fun Sept. 30 Ferris’ Best Comic Auditions, 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Rankin Center 155 Terry McKay: Director of the Defense Finance and Accounting Service: Identifying our Mission, 7 […]
Being a college student, cafeteria food gets old very fast. Fast food also gets old and gets expensive as well. Here is a delicious and easy recipe that anybody can […]
The historical aerial photo display was shown in the Rankin Art Gallery for a month Aerial photos are always cool to look at, but looking at a school’s transformation over […]