Dr. David Eisler has served as Ferris State University president for nearly 10 years. Before his current title, President Eisler spent more than 25 years teaching with administrative duties at various universities. He has degrees from both the University of Michigan and Yale University, with distinctions at each degree level. President Eisler has two daughters, and each are doctors as well. (more…)
What do you do if you feel unsafe?
The first thing to do is to be aware of your surroundings. Keep your ears perked and your eyes open. When you feel unsafe, or if you feel like you are being watched or followed, call Ferris Department of Public Safety at ext. 2000 and request an escort.
DPS will escort students on campus between the hours of 9 p.m. and 3 a.m. (more…)
Demolition work is currently underway on the former residence halls of Masselink and Carlisle.
This is a part of the new University Center project and the area being cleared will eventually be made into a parking lot, merging with Lot 1.
The University Center renovation is scheduled to be completed by December 2014. For more information on the project, see Design Completed, New University Center Next
Xander Walsh carries a heavy load around the Ferris State campus, but he’s not complaining. He wants to add a few more ounces to his right hip.
Walsh has fashioned a black gun holster while on campus to raise awareness for the concealed carry of a pistol on Ferris grounds. Currently, state law prohibits the carry of a concealed weapon on university property.
“People can carry in a lot of places around Michigan, and we trust the good, honest, law-abiding citizens to do so. We don’t think that the right to carry [a pistol] should end when they come onto campus,” Walsh, Ferris junior in professional golf management, said. (more…)
When most people think of the summer music festivals, big names like Bonnaroo in Tennessee, Coachella in California, and Lollapalooza in Chicago come to mind. But one of the premier music festivals is just over an hour away from Ferris. (more…)
As far back as 1995 former Ferris State men’s head basketball coach Bill Sall’s fingerprints were all over the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Sall was a top assistant for the Bulldogs, even serving as Interim Head Coach during the 1995–96 campaign at one point. Yet the Athletic Department was not ready to make him top dog in 1998, causing Sall to leave for Hillsdale. (more…)
Hailing from Lockport High School, Ill., Kramerich and Bowler’s relationship goes back 13 years to a third grade cheerleading tryout where both would end up making the squad.
“She was my flyer and I was her base,” Bowler said. “There was a lot of traveling to games and competitions in cheerleading, and that’s when we became good friends.” (more…)