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The following statement was issued by Frostburg State’s Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Artie L. Travis, in response to growing concern over the rights of resident assistants to freely express personal views on the campus’s handling of COVID-19 being infringed upon. The statement reads: “I want to advise you that

The tumultuous 2020 election has seemingly come to a close as Joe Biden is the projected winner of the Presidency and has already begun building his transition team. Biden’s victory over Donald Trump is a sigh of relief for many Democrats who viewed this election as one of the most

In late 2019, the City of Frostburg voted to consolidate their police station and City Hall and begin a $3 million renovation of 37 S. Broadway to house the entities. The rationale provided by the City was that City Hall’s current home at 59 E. Main Street was dilapidated and

Note: This reporting features the comments of four Resident Assistants. Owing to Frostburg State University’s threat to indicate “attitude” issues on their employment evaluations if they spoke on the record, each requested to speak with The Bottom Line anonymously. Screenshots of their messages are included within the reporting and TBL

An email from President Ron Nowaczyk Wednesday afternoon announced the Frostburg State would move to online instruction for the remainder of the semester. The move to online-only instruction comes just one week before final exams begin on Thursday, November 19. The full email reads: “Given the governor’s office revised guidance

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I have spent a lot of my time at Frostburg State (the 3 semesters I have been here), trying to figure out what I wanted to do. At first, I was going to become a vet. I loved animals and I wanted to be of help to them, so I

Below is a Halloween Mad-Lib that you can do with your friends or on your own! If you’re not sure what a mad lib is, you basically choose a word for each part of speech specified below and then insert your chosen words into their designated (numbered) spots in the

I do not believe in ghosts; however, visiting the Trans-Allegheny Asylum in Weston, WV made me question that statement.     From September 25th to October 31st this year, the asylum put on their haunted house “Bedlam”. On Saturday, October 17, 2020, I traveled nearly two hours to the Weston

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I have spent a lot of my time at Frostburg State (the 3 semesters I have been here), trying to figure out what I wanted to do. At first, I was going to become a vet. I loved animals and I wanted to be of help to them, so I

The views expressed in this opinion piece are not necessarily a reflection of the views of The Bottom Line.  A friend texted me and said, “Stay safe on campus.” I read it with the thankfulness that comes with feeling cared for, but at the same time I was a little

The Philadelphia Eagles are 2-4-1, and with that record are in first place in the NFC East in the NFL. The Eagles will most likely win their division this year, but I do not think that this team is a super bowl caliber team. The Eagles organization wants to compete

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