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Jeremy Pearson helps direct the haunted house at the City of Frostburg Halloween Party, which he and fellow recreation and parks management major Rashaan Rhoden took the lead in organizing this year. Read more here.

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Lines form outside Grammy’s Attic, a disguised P.S. Hair Design and McFarland’s Candies on Broadway during the annual Storybook Holiday, which over its 13 years has created magic for the Frostburg business community as well as for the children who attend. Learn more here.

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FSU TV-3 public relations manager and student Cesi Taboada, center, holds a Samsung Galaxy S7 phone her team uses to broadcast live at events for #TV3onLoc. The team includes, from left, Derrick Leftwich, Abbey Rigney, Taboada and Dominique Elias. Read more here.

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Frostburg State University professor and puppet maker's skills saved the production of “James and the Giant Peach Jr.” Read more here.

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FSU President Ron Nowaczyk joins Homecoming Queen Brandy Barnes and Homecoming King Richard Ukonu. FSU's Homecoming Court raised more than $4,800 for charities this year, the most since 2012. Read more here.

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Vietnamese Trade Minister Counselor Dao Tran Nhan greets a student following his presentation at FSU. Nhan assisted with an agreement to create a cooperative “2+2” degree program in computer science with Hanoi University of Industry in Vietnam. Read more here.

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January 17, 2017
CES at FSU Presents World-Class Performers in Spring Lineup of Its 60th Anniversary Season

CES at Frostburg State University continues its 60th anniversary season with a spring lineup of award-winning musicians and professional artists from around the world. Performers include French songstress Cyrille Aimée, contemporary violinist Daniel Davis, the Buddhist monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery, the a cappella group The Filharmonic, the Irish musicians of the Brock McGuire Band, jazz musician Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Russian pianist Yuliya Gorenman, who will join the Maryland Symphony Orchestra in a celebration of Beethoven.

January 3, 2017
Trailblazing Frostburg State Administrator Dr. Alice Manicur Passes Away

Dr. Alice R. Manicur, a trailblazing administrator who dedicated 47 years of her career to Frostburg State University’s students, passed away on Monday, Jan. 2.

December 21, 2016
Dr. Elizabeth Throop Named Provost at Frostburg State University

FROSTBURG, Md. – Dr. Elizabeth Throop, currently Acting Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, has been named Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Frostburg State University. She will join FSU on July 1, 2017.

December 19, 2016
Frostburg Professor’s Legacy Lives On Through Luzader Physics Scholarship

In physics, actions cause equal and opposite reactions, but interactions are less predictable with humans. People seldom realize their full impact on others.

 

Events
Frostburg State Students Treat Children to Halloween Tricks With Annual Town Party
Frostburg State Students Treat Children to Halloween Tricks With Annual Town Party

Someone has to be responsible for keeping little goblins occupied during Halloween.

Frostburg State University recreation and parks management majors take on that duty by organizing the Halloween Party at City Place in Frostburg, giving the students practical hands-on experience while providing local children some spooky fun.

January 13, 2017
Community Journal Project to Document Daily Life in 2017 Frostburg

The Frostburg Museum and Frostburg State University’s Center for Literary Arts are proud to announce “A Year in the Life of Frostburg: The Community Journal Project.” This interactive, yearlong activity will chronicle moments in the daily lives of Frostburg residents as told through their own words.

January 6, 2017
Annual FSU Literary Festival Brings Community and Customers to Frostburg

When the Independent Literature Festival, hosted in downtown Frostburg for the past decade, was created, it was designed to build a stronger, more inclusive literary community in the region. Judging by the Indie Lit Fest’s 10th anniversary event, which drew more than 100 editors, publishers, teachers and writers, the festival is meeting its goal.

December 7, 2016
Frostburg State University Hosts Forging a Pathway to Public Service Event

Frostburg State University students had the opportunity to attend a day-long conference on Oct. 29 with successful FSU alumni and other guests to discuss careers in public service. The interactive and engaging event, Forging a Pathway to Public Service, was designed to promote mentoring, create opportunities to increase civic learning and build civically engaged leaders.

November 22, 2016
New Joint Volunteer Center to Serve Allegany-Garrett Needs

CUMBERLAND, Md. – Allegany College of Maryland, Frostburg State University and Garrett College are joining forces to launch a volunteer center that will serve and support community needs in Allegany and Garrett counties.

November 18, 2016
Every Kid Needs a Good Story: FSU’s 2016 Holiday Book Giveaway

Help inspire the children of Western Maryland with some of your favorite stories during the 2016 Holiday Book Giveaway, a Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts program. Through Friday, Dec. 9, CLA, in partnership with Toys for Tots and the Family Crisis Resource Center, is collecting new and like-new children’s books to distribute to kids of all ages, from newborns to teenagers, across Western Maryland.

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