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Last month, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a bill passed by the state’s Republican controlled legislature that Democratic politicians, civil rights groups, and corporations claim suppresses the right to vote, especially for marginalized groups. The bill, S.B. 202, makes significant changes to how Georgians are able to vote. These changes

The military junta of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, continues to crack down on pro-democracy protestors, as fears that the continued violence will grow into another civil war develop. On Feb. 1, the Tatmadaw, Myanmar’s armed forces, seized control of the country after the ruling party, National League for Democracy,

President Joe Biden held the first news conference of his Presidency on March 25 in the East Room of the White House. He addressed multiple issues, including vaccinations, immigration, voting rights, and foreign policy. The president began the news conference updating the country on his goal of 100 million vaccine

Continuing a long line of campaign traditions, the Student Government Association’s (SGA) Presidential Debate took place on Monday, March 15. The debate was between opposing candidates Delanie Blubaugh and Ariyana Ward, both incumbent SGA members with extensive experience in their fields. The live stream began with a foreword from the

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo continues to defy calls for his resignation after several women have alleged of personal misconduct on his behalf as well as allegations pertaining to his handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic. At least six women have come forward to claim that Governor Cuomo acted in an

Entertainment Campus, Hollywood, Broadway & more

  Big changes may be coming this way at Frostburg State University. On March 31st, a statement was released to The Bottom Line regarding a proposal submitted to administration by multiple members of the student body. The proposal, not yet approved, suggests a change of the iconic bobcat mascot to

Breaking News: Blizzard to hit Frostburg April 2nd and last until April 5th.    That’s right Frostburg. Bundle up again and prep to be stuck in your house or dorm or wherever you live. While the weather has been nice, Mother Nature has changed her mind and put Spring on

Crowded arenas, energetic artists, and screaming fans are only a few significant aspects of live concerts that many miss dearly. With virtual events, the same adrenaline is impossible to achieve- both for the audience and the artist themselves. Both feed off the energy of the other, making the shows that

Opinion

After the huge trade in the NFL earlier this week that moved team’s draft positions, I decided to do a new top 12 mock draft that includes the three teams that moved their positions. This trade happened on March 26th in the evening, which started when the Miami Dolphins traded

  Big changes may be coming this way at Frostburg State University. On March 31st, a statement was released to The Bottom Line regarding a proposal submitted to administration by multiple members of the student body. The proposal, not yet approved, suggests a change of the iconic bobcat mascot to

Breaking News: Blizzard to hit Frostburg April 2nd and last until April 5th.    That’s right Frostburg. Bundle up again and prep to be stuck in your house or dorm or wherever you live. While the weather has been nice, Mother Nature has changed her mind and put Spring on

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