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On day two of Frostburg State University’s Appalachian Festival, John Temple, a West Virginia University Journalism Professor, shined the light on a problem most in the audience can find a personal connection to. Presenting on his third book American Pain, Temple dives into a world of greed, agony, and addicts.
The following reflects a collaborative effort by The Bottom Line Sports Editor James Kirk and Design Manager Nick DeMichele to provide the latest update on the three-year federal investigation of FSU’s handling of sexual assault under Title IX. Previous articles, largely written by former Editor-In-Chief Brad Kroner, are linked throughout
The Open Forum concerning the new Institutional Effectiveness plan this Thursday, Sept. 15, largely lacked the input and participation of the student body. Held by the President’s Advisory Council on Institutional Effectiveness (PACIE), the intention of the meeting was to gain feedback from students, staff, faculty, and others of the
On the morning of Monday, Sept. 12, Frostburg State University campus printers hosted an issue which affected numerous students. According to Chief Information Officer Troy Donoway, only printers in computer labs were affected. A printer issue in Lane University Center was caused by an unrelated physical problem. When Donoway’s staff