• Students Volunteer Over Fall Break To Help Those In Need After Tornado Hits Waverly Virginia

    Tuesday, November 1, 2016

    by Nia Pettiford Over fall break, six Ferrum students and two instructors volunteered their time in Waverly, Virginia. Waverly was hit by a deadly tornado in February that did tremendous damage to the entire community. With coordination from Dean of Chapel Jan Nicholson-Angles, the work team volunteered with the Virginia United Methodist Volunteers in Mission […]

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  • Keith Ricks (junior) and Joey Martin (senior) helped organize the DJ battle to help spread cultural awareness.

    CommUnity DJ Battle: Mexico v. Japan

    Tuesday, October 4, 2016

    By Hunter Ferguson In a world where killing is making the news almost daily, the need for cultural compromise and interaction is becoming increasingly important. CommUnity is Ferrum’s theme this year. It was selected as the theme to promote people with different cultures, races and backgrounds to come together as a community to inform and […]

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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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Oct
25

Movie Review: IT

by Patrick Duggan It can’t be easy to make a serious movie about an evil, superpowered clown who kills children. The 1990 mini-series rendition of It, Stephen King’s iconic novel, caved under the pressure. If not for Tim Curry’s legendary performance as the title character, I doubt the story would have made it to reboot. […]

Nov
1

Students Volunteer Over Fall Break To Help Those In Need After Tornado Hits Waverly Virginia

by Nia Pettiford Over fall break, six Ferrum students and two instructors volunteered their time in Waverly, Virginia. Waverly was hit by a deadly tornado in February that did tremendous damage to the entire community. With coordination from Dean of Chapel Jan Nicholson-Angles, the work team volunteered with the Virginia United Methodist Volunteers in Mission […]

Keith Ricks (junior) and Joey Martin (senior) helped organize the DJ battle to help spread cultural awareness.
Oct
4

CommUnity DJ Battle: Mexico v. Japan

By Hunter Ferguson In a world where killing is making the news almost daily, the need for cultural compromise and interaction is becoming increasingly important. CommUnity is Ferrum’s theme this year. It was selected as the theme to promote people with different cultures, races and backgrounds to come together as a community to inform and […]

Nov
12

Globalization

By Ryan Shy Mapping Globalization; Ethnocentrism to Global Citizenship, this interesting program was on October 21st, 2014 in the Panthers Den. The guest speaker was Mr. David Goldman; who was born in Maryland but is living and teaching in Salzburg, Austria. He started out with defining ethnocentrism, which was good, because before going to this, […]