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Former President Donald Trump was acquitted by the United States Senate on February 13 after being on trial for allegedly inciting an angry mob to storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6. 57 Senators voted to convict the former President while 43, all Republicans, voted to acquit. The 50 Senate

Alexei Navalny, an anti-corruption activist and prominent Russian dissenter, was sentenced to two and a half years in a Moscow prison on February 1 after authorities claimed he violated the terms of parole from previous arrests. Mr. Navalny returned to Moscow after seeking treatment in Germany due to being poisoned

For Frostburg State University engineering student Bria’ Johnson, getting to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy’s prestigious Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) program this past summer was a tremendous honor. She was even more honored when her research project was highlighted on the DOE’s official website. Johnson spent the

The following is a news release from Frostburg State University, regarding the return to campus for the Spring 2021 semester: Jan. 8, 2020 Frostburg State University Announces Plans for Spring Semester  Frostburg State University will open its spring semester as scheduled on Monday, Jan. 25, similar to the fall 2020 term. Classes

On Monday, Nov. 23, Frostburg State University President Nowaczyk requested a meeting with The Bottom Line (TBL)’s Editor in Chief Delanie Blubaugh and faculty advisor Dr. Jill Morris, which took place at 3 pm. Blubaugh stated that during this meeting, University General Counsel Brad Nixon and President Nowaczyk informed her

Entertainment Campus, Hollywood, Broadway & more

Over the winter break, a new period show came out, Bridgerton. Everyone was obsessed and loved the plot, the main characters, and their love story. Having watched this show, I can say that it is absolutely amazing, and if you enjoy a good romance period piece, this would be a

  Our college sits on some very historic land. Tales of ghosts, mining, murders and so much more are told about our campus. It’s actually kind of crazy how many stories there are floating around about Frostburg State University. Ghosts in the residence halls? A hidden nuclear power plant? Of

Surrounded by bright neon signs, reminiscent of those of the famous Las Vegas, Abel Tesfaye, also known by his stage name The Weeknd, began a spectacular performance for the Super Bowl LV. The stage was built specifically for this event within the stadium itself, funded by a whopping additional $7

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  Our college sits on some very historic land. Tales of ghosts, mining, murders and so much more are told about our campus. It’s actually kind of crazy how many stories there are floating around about Frostburg State University. Ghosts in the residence halls? A hidden nuclear power plant? Of

On January 6, 2021, a terrorist attack was launched on the U.S Capitol by right wing extremists who sought to “stop the steal”, a slogan adopted to summarize their delusion that the election was fraudulent, and preserve their freedom and other American ideals. Requests for the National Guard to be

On Tuesday, Dec. 1, the Garrett County Health Department posted on Facebook that they were looking for volunteers for their community COVID-19 testing dates. On a whim, I filled out the Google form and clicked the selection that indicated I could be available on short notice. Why not? I’m young

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