• MyFerrum_Flyer

    Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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  • How to Successfully Pursue an Internship and Why It Matters

    Wednesday, March 25, 2015

    By: Erin Ulm Several of the majors and minors offered at Ferrum require internships for credit. The number of credit hours and overall hours spent on an internship vary based on major and minor. But they are not truly about gaining credits; they are about gaining experience. According to Leslie Holden, the internship coordinator at […]

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    Award-Winning Anchor Vic Carter Speaks at Ferrum College for Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    By Chris Rogers For 30 years, Vic Carter has approached his job with this philosophy: if the story is important enough to tell, it’s important enough for him to go there and to take you with him. Carter has followed stories and taken viewers around the world; from the jungles of Colombia, South America, to […]

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  • MLK

    “Be Not Asleep, Wake Up”

    Wednesday, January 21, 2015

    By: Erin Ulm Vic Carter, anchor at CBS affiliate WJZ, delivered the keynote speech at Ferrum’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday Jan. 19. Carter’s speech praised King for his accomplishments but said  King’s dream has turned into a nightmare, and there must be change. Students, faculty, and guests shuffled into Vaughn Chapel at Ferrum […]

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    The Crazy Quilt

    Wednesday, December 3, 2014

        By Sierra Pearson Imagine, expecting to move in with your daughter but instead you get her, talking cats, a sassy dead husband, your neighbor’s ghost, and figments of your imagination. Confused? Don’t be because that’s what happened in Ferrum College Theatre Department’s, The Crazy Quilt, a tragic-comedy written by theater professor Wayne Bowman […]

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    Open Mic night brings out Ferrum talent

    Wednesday, December 3, 2014

      By Ashton Robinson Panthers Productions puts on different events around campus, consisting of movies, talent shows, and even open mic nights. They had a wonderful open mic night Nov. 6 in the Panther’s Den. The show opened with a group called the Billies. The group isn’t affiliated with Ferrum, but its members are close […]

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    #Panther Pride: Sign up for spring

    Thursday, November 13, 2014

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  • swim coach

    Remembering Ferrum’s Beloved Swim Coach

    Wednesday, November 12, 2014

    By Sloan Champney “We are gathered here to mourn and celebrate the life of our dear friend and coach Tom Calomeris,” The Dean of the Chapel, Jan Nicholson, began. The vigil for the beloved head coach of the swim team was held at 6 p.m. on Nov. 7th at Vaughn Chapel. The entire swim team […]

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    Ferrum’s Comedic Improv Club

    Tuesday, November 11, 2014

      By James Wilson Ferrum College has had an improvisation club for about six years. They had their first show this year on Tuesday, Oct. 15. The improvisation club produces comedy skits consisting of games and different humorous activities. One of these activities involves a member impersonating a certain celebrity whose name is displayed on-screen […]

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  • Blue Ridge Folklife Festival

    Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Photos

    Wednesday, October 29, 2014

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Sports

Feb
25

End of the Season For Men’s Basketball

By: Chris Rogers Ferrum College Men’s basketball traveled to Rocky Mount, North Carolina Feb. 11 to play NC Wesleyan College. Ferrum was in a dog fight the entire game. However, that was not enough for the Panthers to get the victory, and they lost 74-76.The team shot 65 percent from the floor and 54 percent […]

Feb
25

Home Wrestling Match vs Liberty University Feb 12

By: Hunter Ferguson There was a great atmosphere surrounding Schwartz gym, Thursday, Feb. 12, for the Panthers wrestling team. They had a huge match against the Liberty University Flames. This dual lived up to the excitement. As a team, the night didn’t go the way that Ferrum would have hoped. While the Panthers suffered a […]

Feb
4

Ferrum Women Undefeated Over the Weekend

By:  Anthony Pinson Ferrum College women’s basketball team won both home games over the weekend, defeating Meredith College on Saturday, Jan. 31 and William Peace University on Sunday, Feb. 1. On Saturday, the Panthers got off to a fast start and never looked back. Meredith cut Ferrum’s lead to 15 before halftime, but that was as […]

Feb
4

Pacers Come from 14 Points Down to Edge Panthers

By Anthony Pinson Ferrum led early and rallied late, but a pair of free throws gave William Peace University a two-point win over Ferrum’s men’s basketball team Saturday night, Jan. 31. In the first half, Ferrum reached a 14-point lead over the Pacers. However, with only six minutes left to go in the second half, the tides […]

Jan
28

Panthers beat Lions

By: Hunter Ferguson Ferrum men’s basketball came out on top of a vital conference home game Friday night, Jan. 23rd, against Piedmont College. Ferrum went up by double digits early in the first half, and never looked back. Although the final score was 67-63, Piedmont never had the lead in the game. Center Rashawn Speas […]

Jan
21

Wrestlers Dominate Southern Virginia

By: Hunter Ferguson Ferrum’s wrestling team had their first home match Friday, Jan.16. It was short and sweet, with the Panthers getting four victories over Southern Virginia University in dominant fashion. Paul Biggs (Junior) was in the first action of the night, dealing out a 16-1 victory in a matter of minutes. Corbin Ramos (Sophomore) […]

Dec
3

Marching band may return — and it may not

By Logan Smith   In 2013 Ferrum College introduced the color guard squad, to the campus. This year the school is making efforts toward the remaking of a marching band. It is unusual to see one of these without the other because marching bands and color guards go hand in hand. To get a marching […]

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Nov
12

Remembering Ferrum’s Beloved Swim Coach

By Sloan Champney “We are gathered here to mourn and celebrate the life of our dear friend and coach Tom Calomeris,” The Dean of the Chapel, Jan Nicholson, began. The vigil for the beloved head coach of the swim team was held at 6 p.m. on Nov. 7th at Vaughn Chapel. The entire swim team […]

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