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On Thursday, Nov. 11, 2016, Frostburg State University was lucky enough to host one of its alumnae, astronaut Ricky Arnold. He graduated from FSU in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science. Arnold came to speak to Frostburg State students and the Frostburg community about his experience aboard the space shuttle

Sand Spring Hall on FSU's campus containing the  Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) office in room 101. (Madie Wilson/TBL)

On Monday, Nov. 7, Dr. Shawn Golden-Llewellyn resigned as Director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) . In response to her resignation, students have assembled in order to address problems they feel lie with the  “degree of seriousness” the FSU administration has towards CAPS. Tiffany Arnett, a recent graduate in who


Tensions have been high on Frostburg State University’s campus, much like many other places, as a result of the 2016 presidential election. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, sidewalk chalk vandalism became prominent with “TRUMP” and “#MAGA” [Make America Great Again] support covering campus sidewalks and buildings. This outpouring of Donald Trump

Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton, and will become the 45th U.S. President (flickr/Gage Skidmore).

With several states still uncalled, Donald Trump surpassed the 270 Electoral College vote total required to defeat Hillary Clinton and win the American Presidency in the early morning hours of Wednesday, November 9, 2016. At the time of publication, it appears likely, however, that Clinton will finish ahead of Trump

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Cumberland’s Front and Centre Stage will be showing Musical Comedy Murders of 1940. Written by John Bishop, the play opened on Broadway in 1987 and is based on various 1940s mystery movies. After a flop on Broadway in which three chorus girls are mysteriously murdered, the creative team set up

On Nov.  7, legendary Canadian singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen passed away at the age of 82. Throughout his nearly half-century-spanning career in music, he released 14 studio albums, with the last being released three weeks before his death. Like David Bowie before him with Blackstar, Cohen used his final album, You


That’s So Raven is getting a spin-off on the Disney Channel! Many 90’s babies remember the show or recognize the title as one of the biggest hits of their childhood. The Disney Channel has become a network watched in the past for most millennials. Star of the show, Raven-Symoné announced the


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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and it originally appeared on the website NBA Lead. Recently, rumors started to heat up about a potential three player trade between the Sacramento Kings and the Miami Heat. According to league sources, Sacramento would trade Rudy


Frostburg Students, On Tuesday, decades worth of established political precedence were shattered. On Tuesday, the pollsters were wrong. On Tuesday, the nation had an electoral surprise unlike anything we, as a nation, were prepared for – statistically speaking. The political campaigns of 2016 were nothing short of a bitter contest.

Russell Westbrook defends Kyrie Irving in NBA action. (Flickr/Erik Drost)

The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and it originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World. The NBA today has a lot of great scorers. In fact, this generation of talent on the offensive end is one of best ever; we have great scorers