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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. Do you remember Dwight Howard? He was, without a doubt, known as the NBA’s most dominate big man back in 2012. Howard was involved in a mega-three team deal

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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

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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

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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and it originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World. LeBron James has been the best player in the league since he stepped into his prime. He has the type of talent that comes around once in a

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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World. Recently, Slam Magazine had a ranking of the top 50 players in the NBA right now. I had an “iffy” reaction when I heard they ranked Carmelo Anthony at

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The following story was written by Bottom Line sports writer Kevin Parrish Jr., and originally appeared on the website Fadeaway World. Damian Lillard has been one of the best point guards in the league since being drafted by the Portland Trailblazers four years ago. The two-time All-Star and 21.4 points-per-game

Editorials

EDItorial

The Cumberland Times-News published on April 20 an editorial that links increased crime in the City of Frostburg to apparently lower admissions standards at Frostburg State University. The editorial was prompted by an apparent surge in criminal activity in the region, including a series of robberies and an on-campus fight.

Letters to the Editor

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Students, Brown University in Rhode Island did it. The College of William and Mary in Virginia has done it. So has Georgetown University. Professors at some of these schools have determined that by simply uncovering the past, “they need to own it and learn from it.” Now it’s time for

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Frostburg Students, I would like to first state that the opinions expressed here are mine alone. While they are supported by individual members of our SGA and student body as a whole, they are ultimately my own and should not be misconstrued as an office policy or statement by the

LETTER TO THE EDITOR

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.

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