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The Crazy Quilt

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    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 […]

Open Mic night brings out Ferrum talent

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  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 […]

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 […]

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

2014 Radio Schedule

A Love Affair

A Love Affair By: Jay Horton               On the weekend of January 30th through February 2nd, the Ferrum College Theatre Arts Department presented their winter play, “A Love Affair.” The play was put on by the theatre department’s senior seminar class, and it was the perfect play for Valentine’s Day.          […]

MLK Breakfast

Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast By Elise Foster Officers, education chairmen, teachers, students and community members in their Sunday best attended the Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast on January 20 to listen to Rev. Joan Tarpley-Robinson. Tarpley-Robinson gave a speech that was moving and eye opening. She got to the core of the problems, without allowing […]

Cheap Books

The Secrets to Cheap Books from the Bookstore By: Marina Clements “I saved a lot. My EDU book cost $69.00 I paid $22.00.” That was the experience of Tyland Haywood, a third-year education major at Ferrum. Price matching allows students to get textbooks from the bookstore for the same prices as online companies without the […]