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Members of the strategic planning task force engage in a timeline creation activity during the two-day workshop. (TBL/Nick DeMichele)

Fifty-five members of the Frostburg State University campus came together on October 17 and 18 to jumpstart the university’s strategic planning process through an intensive  two-day workshop. The task force, composed of faculty, staff, and one student representative, engaged in the beginning of what will be a months-long planning process.

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On Friday, October 14, Frostburg State University (FSU) President Dr. Ronald Nowaczyk officially announced the membership of the special campus-wide task force that will be spearheading the institution’s strategic planning process. The goal of the process is to develop a new FSU strategic plan in time to be reviewed by


Maryland Governor Larry Hogan visited the Frostburg State University campus on Friday, Oct. 14. His visit included a tour of the university and centered around a discussion regarding small businesses with the Office of Minority Affairs. The roundtable event began at 2:30 p.m. in Gira Center and was followed by


On Tuesday, September 11, faculty from the political science and history departments at Frostburg State University came together to provide remarks on the current U.S. presidential election. Together, the faculty gave historical and cultural context to the current contest, providing scope to the candidacies and the impending decision. A question

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As the New Year approaches it will be leaving behind many fan-favorite television shows. Some shows are being canceled after many years of episodes while others just after a few episodes. Here are a few of the top rated shows ranging from comedy to mystery that ended this year. American

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Blake Grudzien, a mass communication major and business administration and marketing minor here at Frostburg State, was given the chance to take part in an amazing internship. Through his own exploring, the help of Frostburg alumnus Carla Romo, and the mass communication department, Grudzien was given the chance to work


It is officially the age of technology, where at three years old your toddler probably knows how to work a smart phone, and everything is being streamed. Movies can be streamed online and people are turning down premium cable plans, opting to pay for steaming TV shows on Netflix and


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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World. Damian Lillard has been one of the best point guards in the league since being drafted by the Portland Trailblazers four years ago. The two-time All-Star and 21.4 points-per-game

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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World . DeMarcus Cousins is an All-Star who is arguably the best center in basketball today. Cousins is coming off 26.8 points and 11.5 rebounds from last season. He has the complete

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At this point in the circus that we’ve collectively agreed to refer to as our primary election cycle, it would appear that the presidential nominees of both parties have been all but decided. Hillary Clinton, barring extraordinary circumstances and a rapid outbreak of the Bern, seems to have clinched the