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Because of pending investigations by both law enforcement and Frostburg State University, the student in question will not be named. In the early hours of June 19, 2020, a screenshot from Facebook of a Frostburg State student’s license and Cheerleading Roster information surfaced on Twitter. The Facebook post was posted

In a campus-wide email today, June 15, 2020, President Nowaczyk announced that students will return to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. “I know this has been a difficult few months for many of you as students simultaneously navigating the COVID-19 pandemic and continuing with your studies. I want to

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered as a result of police brutality, a demise all too many black individuals have unfortunately met in this country. Since then, protests against the systemic racism that has blatantly allowed Mr. Floyd’s murder as well as many others across the country have

President Nowaczyk announced in a campus-wide email on June 3 that Dr. Alan Walker would be joining Frostburg State as the new Assistant to the President. Dr. Walker has previous experience as the President at Sierra Nevada University, and the former Provost at both Upper Iowa University and Shawnee State

Several student organizations and offices on Frostburg State’s campus have issued statements regarding the senseless murder of George Floyd on Monday, May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis. This page will continue to be updated with links to each of the organization’s statements for our readers. Find the statements below: Student organizations

Entertainment Campus, Hollywood, Broadway & more

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

Specialty:  Stage Management Most Memorable Show/Performance at FSU: Alabama Story. I had the opportunity to work with such a big cast and crew of amazing people.  I had the chance to work with non-students of FSU and learned many things from each and every one. What I Will Miss Most: The entire department. Everyone

Opinion

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

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