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Frostburg’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) office will operate virtually for the foreseeable future, according to Director Susan Mandell. Per the CAPS page on the university’s website, the office has moved to utilize a “telepsychology model” in order to deliver services to students. Following major concerns that the office had

Chick-fil-A and Starbucks have always been trending, but not always for the right reasons. If you’re on Frostburg Twitter, you may have come across a petition to remove the two dining options from Frostburg State University’s Appalachian Station in the Lane University Center. In an interview with Ariyana Ward, an

Leading up to the beginning of the Fall 2020 semester, Frostburg State University President Ronald H. Nowaczyk has hosted a number of virtual meetings with students, faculty, and staff. These opportunities have allowed campus community members to ask questions and have them answered by Nowaczyk, Vice President for Student Affairs

The following was sent to The Bottom Line as a press release from the NAACP Branch 7007 of Allegany County. Allegany County NAACP forms new Community Relations Board Following the Juneteenth “March for Justice” in downtown Cumberland, the local NAACP Branch 7007 of Allegany County wanted to sustain the spirit created by that

In an email Thursday, August 6, President Nowaczyk sent out a link to consent and registration forms for campus-conducted COVID-19 testing that would be no cost to off-campus/commuter students, faculty, and staff. Students living off-campus and/or commuting from home have three opportunities to be tested: Friday, August 14, Saturday, August

Entertainment Campus, Hollywood, Broadway & more

Alright let’s face it, 2020 is not our year. Between the lockdown, the handwashing, the lack of everything essential except workers- and most importantly the masks; coronavirus is just kicking our butts. As the Fall semester approaches, we are faced with more and more rules and guidelines. We might have

Most Memorable Show/Performance at FSU: Around the World in 80 Days had an incredible set design reflecting on its theme of time. What I Will Miss Most: Spending time with my theatre friends and professors. Favorite Part of the Theatre: Directing is my favorite of all the classes I’ve taken. I got

Major: Theatrical Studies Most Memorable Show: DELECTUS with the astounding Shylo Martinez who took the dance concert to a whole new level with her authentic ideas for the show. What I Will Miss Most: Seeing my theatre family every day. Favorite Part of Theatre: Mid semester soup was the best theatre


When I committed to Frostburg State University four years ago to play soccer, I was not envisioning anything more than a schedule of going to class and then practice – something I grew up doing. I honestly never considered myself to be more than an athlete. If I could go

My name is Lyric Mitchell and I am currently the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Chairwoman for the Student Government Association. I am writing you in regard to the recent assignment that a professor at our university put out that has perturbed some students in her classroom. The content of this

Sport: Track & Field What I Will Miss Most: Traveling with my teammates, competing in meets, the coaches and staff, and all the memories I made on and off the track with my team. What I Like Most About Track & Field: I liked how Track & Field is not