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2003 Stories

Mike Zurek, Jennifer Rizzo, Tedd Thompson and Gary Szor Building the Lions Den
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Mike Zurek, Jennifer Rizzo, Tedd Thompson and Gary Szor were part of the team that renovated the one million-square-foot Hudsons' warehouse portion of Detroit's new Ford Field.
Dan Linnen at the Hockeytown Cafe Hockeytown Scores in Downtown Detroit
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In addition to his duties at the Hockeytown Café, Hospitality Services alumnus Dan Linnen helps to serve up events at the Fox Theatre, Joe Louis Arena and Comerica Park in his role as senior director of Olympia Entertainment.
Gary Waters Say Coach. . .A Conversation with Gary Waters
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Alumnus Gary Waters, a rising star in major college basketball coaching, served as an assistant coach for 14 seasons at Ferris State.
Dr. Billy Hawkins accepts congratulations from baseball legend Hank Aaron Hawkins’ Successful Career in Higher Education
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“As society becomes more complex, we must be ready to answer with the right degree programs and training that will keep our students competitive.”
Bob Garlough teaching the Chef's Kitchen class Fusion Cuisine
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Luke Finchem and Bob Garlough are guiding students through the finer points of gourmet cooking.
Police officers Andrea Nerbonne, Pam Carrier, Kris Walters and Shirley Razmus A Wider Range of Blue
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“There are more women in policing than ever before, especially in command positions,” noted alumnus Pam Carrier. "We still have some citizens that call and will want to talk to the male in charge and I tell them, 'I'm the male in charge.'"
Jack Antonini showing three different facial expressions From Bulldog to Topdog
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President and CEO Jack Antonini, a Ferris alumnus, is no stranger to bringing new technology to the market. He headed one of the first U.S. banks to offer online services to customers, even before the Internet was widely available.