On Oct. 7, the homecoming bonfire will be taking place at 8 p.m. in Lot 61 by Brophy Hall. The event is sponsored by the Homecoming Committee and Sigma Pi Fraternity. The committee is asking that students wear their grooviest attire for this year’s ‘60s theme. (more…)
Archive for 2010
Bulldogs picked sixth by media, seventh by coaches
The Bulldogs are predicted to finish the 2010-11 season seventh in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) by the coaches and sixth in by the media.
The 2010-11 CCHA Preseason Media and Coaches Polls were released on Sept. 29 in anticipation of the new season. The Bulldogs captured 64 points in the coaches’ poll while gaining 546 points in the media poll. Michigan was chosen as the preseason favorite to take the conference by the coaches while Miami (Ohio) was voted the favorite by the media. (more…)
Ferris football team notches fourth consecutive victory with defense
The Bulldogs continued their winning streak Saturday with a 22–12 victory over the Lake Erie Storm.
Ferris improved to 4–1 overall this season, including a 4–0 record in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) action. The Bulldogs hold a share of the lead in the GLIAC conference with Grand Valley State and Michigan Tech. (more…)
Ferris student uses his gifts to go above and beyond as a volunteer
For most Ferris students, an hour a week is time that could be spent doing a number of things, but for Jordan Scott that hour is spent somewhere most college students probably wouldn’t be found: with the elderly.
Scott is a freshman in the honors and pre-pharmacy programs. Originally from Indiana, Scott began playing piano when he was five-years-old as a mandate from his mother, but he soon fell in love with the instrument and began playing even more as a teenager. (more…)
Students, faculty and community members help honor the memory of Helen Ferris
A garden is being planted on the campus of Ferris State University to honor Helen Gillespie Ferris and all the work she put into the university.
Carla Miller, associate vice president for University Advancement, said the idea for the garden was thought of by retired Ferris professor Frank Crowe. Miller said Crowe was inspired to honor Helen Ferris when the 125th anniversary of the university was being celebrated. (more…)