Campus News

Bobcats march for science through campus to support scientific research. (TBL/Nicole Leighty)

On Thursday, April 20, the Sustainability Awareness Society (SAS) held an on-campus march to support scientific research, questioning, and empirical data. Organizers Mikayla Spencer and Katherine Bickerstaff said that the march had a great turn out, and that after countless hours of teamwork and effort to make this event happen,

Orion Samson Belete, the 19 year old student who fell from a sixth story window of Westminster Hall on Monday, April 10, 2017, remains hospitalized at University of Maryland R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, but is able to accept cards and warm wishes, according to a campus-wide

Sgt. Major Kenneth Preston giving a keynote speech at a faculty and staff conference.  (TBL/Nicole Leighty)

On Wednesday, April 12, Sergeant Major of the Army Kenneth Preston gave the keynote speech at the Faculty and Staff Development Conference. Sergeant Major Kenneth Preston is a graduate from Mt. Savage High School, who grew up in the Western Maryland region.  He enlisted in the Army in 1975 to

Student panelists sit with U.S. Senator Ben Cardin during a ListeninMD session. (TBL/Nicole Leighty)

United States Senator Ben Cardin made a visit on Thursday, April 13, 2017 as a part of his ListeninMD tour. Senator Cardin came to hear concerns about higher education. In order for him to hear these concerns, a student panel was held with five students who had prepared remarks on


A Frostburg State University student fell from a window on the sixth story of Westminster Hall, an upperclassman residence hall, in the late hours of Monday, April 10. A large police presence with officers from multiple units monitored a crime scene immediately behind the northeast corner of the hall into the

Rep. Delaney, (left) pictured with former U.S. Senator Barbara Mikulski. (Flickr/Edward Kimmel).

On Friday, Apr. 7, Rep. John Delaney, the United States Congressman representing Maryland’s 6th Congressional District, visited the Frostburg State University (FSU) campus. Delaney spoke to students, faculty, and staff in the Lane Center before meeting with FSU President Ron Nowaczyk. Rep. Delaney began his FSU visit by holding an

Chancellor Caret and President Nowaczyk after formally being installed as the 15th president of FSU. (TBL/Nicole Leighty)

On Friday April 7 at 2 p.m., President Nowaczyk was inaugurated as the 15th president of Frostburg State University.  The celebration included many visiting university presidents and representatives as well as a representative for U.S. Senator Van Hollen. Chancellor Caret of the University System of Maryland was in attendance to perform

On Wednesday, April 5, Frostburg State University students had the opportunity to network with potential employers at the Career & Internship Fair. The fair, held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall, featured a variety of companies seeking both employees and interns. The professional

Middle States

An accreditation team from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education informed the campus administration on Friday, March 31 of preliminary findings as a result of Frostburg State University’s renewed efforts to reach compliance with the commission. The visiting team found the university newly in compliance with the commission’s standard

National & International News

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


If you could tell the world your story, what would you say? Everyone has a unique story bottled-up inside just waiting to be shared. Dear World is an organization dedicated to sharing people’s stories through body-written messages. The organization appeared at Frostburg State University on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in the


In a bold move on May 6, Harvard University President Drew Faust announced sanctions against individuals in single-sex organizations on campus, including fraternities, sororities, and final clubs, none of which are officially recognized by the institution. The sanctions forbid members from acquiring leadership positions in recognized student groups and from

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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

Donald Trump (R) and Hillary Clinton (D) command the polls after March 1, Super Tuesday. Appropriately, if unofficially, called “Super Tuesday”, twelve states and one territory held their presidential nominating contests. States include Virginia, Texas, Georgia, and Vermont, as well as Democrats in American Samoa. Trump claims seven victories, and


Apple is resisting a court order from the United States government to provide encrypted cell phone data from the San Bernardino shooters. “Compromising the security of our personal information can ultimately put our personal safety at risk,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook in a statement.  “That is why encryption has