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Robots In Downtown Frostburg
Robots In Downtown Frostburg

FSU senior Eric Groff of Jefferson designed three robots applied to brick walls on Main Street businesses in Frostburg to give visitors a little treat when they stroll through town.

FSU Students Learn Survival Skills in Doomsday Preppers Course
FSU Students Learn Survival Skills in Doomsday Preppers Course

FSU students learn basic survival skills in a unique course called Doomsday Preppers and Surviving the Unexpected Emergency offered by the Department of Recreation and Parks.


Student military service members and veterans have a new place to call home at FSU, the Veterans Center on University Drive, which also houses the Veterans Services Office.  

Allegheny Woodrat Research
Allegheny Woodrat Research

A nearly $100,000 federal grant will enable Frostburg State University professors to lead multistate research on the possible solutions to reverse an Allegheny woodrat population decline.


Sociology of Harry Potter students, who are studying interpersonal relationships in that fictional world, organized a Quidditch match, complete with broomsticks, but without magical flight. 

Ronald Nowaczyk Appointed FSU President
Ronald Nowaczyk Appointed FSU President

Ronald Nowaczyk has been appointed president of Frostburg State University by the University System of Maryland. Nowaczyk is provost and vice president for academic affairs at Clarion University in Pennsylvania. He will join Frostburg as president on May 9, 2016.

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October 27, 2016
Frostburg State University’s Puppet Maker Saves “James and the Giant Peach Jr.”

When the curtain rises and the lights come on for the Frostburg State University production of “James and the Giant Peach Jr.,” children throughout Western Maryland will accompany James and his six loveable insect friends on their magical, musical adventure across the Atlantic Ocean in an overgrown peach.

October 25, 2016
FSU Homecoming Court’s Fundraising Efforts Benefit Charities

Frostburg State University’s 2016 Homecoming King and Queen candidates raised a grand total of $4,888.57 for local and national charities in just three weeks. Students representing 15 campus organizations raised the most money the election has seen since 2012 and provided a fundraising increase of $1,603.19 from last year’s grand total of $3,275.38. Organized by the Student Government Association, the election allows representatives from University-recognized student organizations to raise funds and awareness for a charity of their choice in the process of their campaign.

October 18, 2016
Former President Gira Joins Board of J. Glenn Beall Institute for Public Affairs at Important Moment in U.S. History

Before retiring as president of Frostburg State University in 2006, Dr. Catherine Gira signed two agreements between the FSU Foundation, Inc., and former U.S. Senator J. Glenn Beall, Jr. The first, in 2001, established the J. Glenn Beall Archives in FSU’s Lewis J. Ort University Library.

October 10, 2016
FSU’s Online MBA Ranked by as Best Buy for Students Seeking High-Quality Low-Cost Online Degree

Frostburg State University’s online Master of Business Administration has been ranked the 15th Best Buy among distance MBAs in the nation by, the consumer guide to online colleges. This affordability ranking is based on a comprehensive review of more than 180 competing MBAs that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International).


Memorial Scholarship Helps Other Students Fulfill FSU Alumna’s Dream
Memorial Scholarship Helps Other Students Fulfill FSU Alumna’s Dream

Some people naturally seem to conquer every challenge life throws at them, no matter how difficult, without ever breaking a sweat. According to one of her oldest friends, Sarah Grace Guthrie, Frostburg State University Class of ’06, had always been one of those people, until she passed away from a sudden illness at the age of 26.

October 26, 2016
FSU Recognized for Online Program Excellence in Maryland

Affordable Colleges Online has designated Frostburg State University as one of the “Best Online Colleges” in Maryland for 2016-2017. FSU’s position on the list marks it as one of the top four Maryland colleges active in online education.

October 22, 2016
Frostburg State University Police Warn of Scam Threat Following Incident

Frostburg State University Police are warning of a scam following an incident on Saturday, Oct. 22, in which an FSU student and his parents were simultaneously led to believe the other was in danger of being killed if they didn’t wire money to a threatening caller.

October 12, 2016
FSU Children’s Literature Centre Presents Annual Book Award

Each year, the children’s picture book that most embodies the attributes of compassion, love and courage is highlighted with an award from the Children’s Literature Centre (CLC) at Frostburg State University. The 2016 award winner is “Stick and Stone,” written by Beth Ferry and illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld.

October 11, 2016
FSU-TV3 Students Go Live and on Location to Cover Frostburg Events

When you see students from FSU-TV3 covering a live event, you won’t see a satellite truck or a hulking TV camera over their shoulders.

October 3, 2016
Frostburg State University Students Advocate for Music Education in Nation’s Capital

Frostburg State University Music Education students Alexa Bashaw and Shefali Shah spent a day in June on Capitol Hill advocating for the importance of music education for every student at the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) annual Capitol Hill Day. Bashaw and Shah were the only two college students representing Maryland at the event.

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What is RSS?

The acronym RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." RSS is a simple XML-based system that allows users to subscribe to content from their favorite Web sites. Here at Frostburg, the user can subscribe to data feeds from News & Media Services and/or from FSU Athletics.


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