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During their October 22, 2020 meeting, the Frostburg State University Student Government Association unanimously passed a resolution in solidarity with the AFSCME Local 239 employee union. Co-sponsored by SGA President Noah DeMichele, Vice President Jessica Thayer, Student Affairs Chair Delanie Blubaugh, and Senator Ismerai Reyes, the resolution reads: RESOLUTION CONCERNING

In the lead-up to the 2020 presidential election, early voting and mail-in voting has been expanded due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent health risks associated with in-person voting on Election Day. Americans across the country have been utilizing early voting in record numbers in order to ensure their

Jakob Klaus, Western Region Field Organizer for the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employee union, issued this official statement to Frostburg State University Student Government Association President Noah DeMichele to be read at SGA’s Thursday, October 22, 2020 meeting: “As a representative of the American Federation of State

In August 2020, the Office of Legislative Audits of the Maryland General Assembly conducted an audit of Frostburg State University’s fiscal compliance and reported that there are “significant deficiencies in the design or operation of internal control that could adversely affect FSU’s ability to maintain reliable financial records, operate effectively and

Regular and reliable reporting of COVID-19 testing results has become part of the American week. In Allegany County, residents expect announcements on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. At the state-level, dashboards are updated daily. At institutions of higher education, caseload announcements are given anywhere between weekly and daily. A notable exception

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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

Austin James, a 2017 Department of Theatre and Dance at Frostburg State University alumni was selected to compete in Monologue Madness, a D.C. based competition that pits 32 actors against each other head to head tournament style. There were rounds for comedy, drama, classical, and the final was a cold

I grew up on horror movies, so I’ve been collecting my favorites for nearly 20 years. Of all the horror/thriller movies I have watched, I’ve categorized and listed below my favorites and a few must-haves purely for their being frequently referenced in pop culture. I have also sub-ranked them from


With less than 30 days until the 2020 Presidential Election, margins are tightening up and both campaigns are forced to choose which states to focus on. If Joe Biden wants to win the election, he is going to need to win some of the states that Donald Trump won in

This article was a collaborative effort between Cassie Conklin and Delanie Blubaugh. Angel Young, a Frostburg State University sophomore studying political science and psychology, was recently invited to speak at the She Matters Safe Not Silent March organized by the Allegany County NAACP Chapter. This young activist, poet, and podcast host

This feature article was initially published by the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, an organization which promotes equity in education to achieve social justice. This piece ran as part of a series of eight articles related to rural equity which can be found here: By Cassie Conklin Freelance Journalist, found on