Ferris in Focus
Fall 2017
Featuring TDMP Storytellers

Big Rapids Life takes us off campus to Big Rapids Pennzoil and Auto Repair, where manager Zac Wells and Automotive Managers Matt Hitchcock and Edward Gravlin discuss the business behind the garage door.

On WhY Ferris, students give their opinion on whether teachers should implement mandatory attendance, while Television and Digital Media Production Assistant Professor Joshua Pardon breaks down the cost of missing classes.

The Bulldog Story segment takes us into the life of Advertising and Integrated Marketing Associate Professor Paul Jackson, where he explains his life story of being consistently involved in advertising.

Program Spotlight takes a closer look at the Criminal Justice Master’s Program of Ferris State University, with comments from both faculty and students involved in the program.

On Ferris Fitness, Ferris State University Registered Dietitian Brenda Walton shines a light on eating healthy on campus, highlighting sections of campus that offer nutritious options.

Keepin’ It Reel features the Netflix movie 1922, and host Nick Kuiper explains why the movie deserved a mere “meh” rating.

Ferris Asks presents Ferris State students the question, “If you wanted to grow anything on a tree, what would it be?”.

Finally, on Ferris Trolls, host Lauren Stefl dresses up as a Jimmy John’s delivery person, but doesn’t deliver sandwiches…

Ferris in Focus is a half hour show dedicated to storytelling in a maganize format on the campus at Ferris State University.