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News & Events

"Thoughts of a Colored Man," a critically acclaimed play on the Black experience, penned by Frostburg State University alumnus Keenan Scott II when he was a student, will open on Broadway in the coming season, theatre producers recently announced.

Frostburg State Alum’s Play, “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” Headed for Broadway

A critically acclaimed play on the Black experience, penned by Frostburg State University alumnus Keenan Scott II, will open on Broadway in the coming season, theatre producers recently announced.

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Residence Hall, Multicultural Center Names Get USM Regents Approval

Two campus buildings will now honor the history and legacy of Frostburg’s African American community following approval from the University System of Maryland Board of Regents. The newly built residence hall will be known as Brownsville Hall, and a former school for African Americans will be named the Adams/Wyche Multicultural Center at the Lincoln School.

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Frostburg State University Adds Major in Life-Cycle Facilities Management

Frostburg State University has received approval to offer a bachelor’s degree in Life-Cycle Facilities Management, which applies environmental, societal and long-term sustainability goals to the construction and management of buildings, manufacturing processes and products.

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