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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

André J. Richburg, the second finalist for the Director of Admissions position met with students virtually on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020. The virtual event was hosted by Assistant to the President Dr. Alan Walker, following the event with Natalie Wagoner the day before. Richburg is currently based out of Indianola,

Frostburg State University will recognize its 518 December graduates with a virtual commencement celebration on Friday, Dec. 11, on the FSU website at www.frostburg.edu/commencement. FSU social media outlets have been running a series of campaigns in the week leading up to the virtual celebration, including displaying student-decorated mortarboards and a welcome

Natalie Wagoner, the current Associate Director of Admissions at Frostburg State University, is one of two finalists for the permanent Director position. She met with students on Tuesday, Dec. 8 as part of her interview process in a forum hosted by Dr. Alan Walker, Assistant to the President and Chair

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I have spent a lot of my time at Frostburg State (the 3 semesters I have been here), trying to figure out what I wanted to do. At first, I was going to become a vet. I loved animals and I wanted to be of help to them, so I

Below is a Halloween Mad-Lib that you can do with your friends or on your own! If you’re not sure what a mad lib is, you basically choose a word for each part of speech specified below and then insert your chosen words into their designated (numbered) spots in the

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

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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

I have spent a lot of my time at Frostburg State (the 3 semesters I have been here), trying to figure out what I wanted to do. At first, I was going to become a vet. I loved animals and I wanted to be of help to them, so I

The views expressed in this opinion piece are not necessarily a reflection of the views of The Bottom Line.  A friend texted me and said, “Stay safe on campus.” I read it with the thankfulness that comes with feeling cared for, but at the same time I was a little

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