Ferrum’s New Football Coaches

By: Micaela Reddick Ferrum’s campus continuous to grow and it is so exciting to announce our two new football coaches, Coach Dave Kenny and Coach Patrick Hill. Dave Kenny is originally from suburban Philadelphia, PA. Kenny has coached all levels of football for 28 years. He has coached defensive and offensive, Kenny has also been […]

Theatre Arts Presents Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992

By: Alexis Witcher The Ferrum College Theatre Arts Department presented Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, Anna Deavere Smith’s work about the devastating human impact of the Los Angeles riots in 1992. The performances were held on Nov. 17 to 19 in Schoolfield Hall’s FLEX Theatre. Dramatists Play Service writes about Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992, on its […]

Panthers Top the Royals

By: Quentin Mack The Ferrum Panthers basketball team had a close victory against the Eastern Mennonite Royals basketball team on Tuesday, Nov. 17 at the Swartz Gym. Though the Royals managed to tie with the Panthers a few times, especially in the latter half of the game, the Royals fell behind as the final score […]

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

By: Deniz Isik. The Theater Art Dept. of Ferrum College presented the production of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, November 12 to the 15, at the Schoolfield Hall’s Theater. The play was written by Christopher Durang who borrowed ideas from the original story by Anton Chekhov. Durang used the same character names, theme, […]

Affrilachian poets bring their love of writing to Ferrum

By Myles T. Francisco On Nov. 9, Frank X Walker and Shauna Morgan visited Ferrum College to share their love for poetry. Morgan, introduced by Kaeyln Williams, a junior here at Ferrum College, was the first speaker. Morgan read her most recent work, “The Freedom of Sunrise” which deals with women’s experiences dealing with trauma, […]

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