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 […]

The Walking Dead in Ferrum

By: Mallory Hall     On Nov. 12, a few cast members of the hit television show, “The Walking Dead”, visited Ferrum, VA. A few fans of the show were able to meet and take pictures with a few of the actors.  The event was held at the Southern Twist for their annual Horror Fest. Three […]

Dar He: The Story of Emmitt Till

By: Alexis Witcher     On November 8, 2015, Rocky Mount’s Harvester presented a monologue written and performed by Mr. Mike Wiley about The Story of Emmitt Till.  The monologue portrayed the different obstacles that Emmitt Till faced and the horrific social injustice that quickly ended his life. Emmitt Till’s story is a constant reminder of […]

Folk Life Festival: Behind the Scenes

By: Allison Martin On Saturday, Oct. 24, the annual folk life festival was held right here at Ferrum College. There was music, coon dog races, families, and food. The Folk Life Festival was held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Many people from the community came out to enjoy these festivities. Anyone can go to […]

Quilter Bees

By: Mary-Beth Worley On Oct. 26, 2015 Ferrum College held the Folklife Festival at which the Pleasant Quilters Bees presented their finished quilts. The Pleasant Quilters are based out of Franklin County. Their quilts normally take about two days to finish. They start at 9 a.m. and work until noon. After lunch, they resume until […]

Ferrum Outdoors’ Indoor Promo

By: Quentin Mack On September 10th, Ferrum Outdoors had a promotional event at the Panther’s Den in Franklin Hall. Heading this promotional event was Dan Caston, Interim Coordinator of the Ferrum Outdoors program, who was assisted by senior staff member, Max Ruozzi, and several volunteers hoping to attract new members. Despite the number of activities […]

Freshman Year: Pros and Cons

By: Kaitlin Owens “If I had to give one piece of advice to incoming college freshmen, I’d say always be true to yourself.” – Beverley Mitchell Just as the leaves change color in the fall, September is the time for high school seniors to become college freshmen and begin one of the biggest adventures one […]

Coach Chris Michael Woman’s Wrestling

By: Hunter Ferguson Coach Chris Michael is a former wrestler himself, wrestling in high school at a school in Ohio, where he graduating in 2003. After high school he joined the navy, once he learned navy had a wrestling team, he immediately joined. After his time in the navy he coached for Virginia Amateur wrestling […]

The Influence of Clothing

By:Lauren Batton and Dominque Ross College students have the flexibility to wear what they desire to class, whether it be a suit, jeans or even sweats. A lot of people choose a Ferrum sweatshirt, T-shirt and sweats to match. It seems a lot of people are either too lazy or they have little time to […]

Blue Ridge Folklife Festival Photos

Blue Ridge Folklife Festival

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