Collegiate coaches moving forward through coronavirus concerns

Athlete eligibility and scholarship availability are two of the biggest questions college coaches are now tasked with moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the United States.

Helmet Manufacturer Is Unsuccessful in Attempt to Have Charges Dismissed in Frostburg Football Player’s Death

A Montgomery County judge this week denied motions to dismiss charges against a helmet manufacturer in a case brought by the parents of a Frostburg State University football player who died of head injuries in August 2011 following four straight days of heavy contact drills in practice.

Frostburg Business College Boosts Friday Classes to Curb Binge Drinking

The Frostburg State University College of Business is joining a national effort to decrease student binge drinking on Thursday nights by increasing the number of classes held on Fridays.

Breast-feeding Allowed in Maryland University Classrooms

Breast-feeding policies at Maryland universities don’t really address the kind of problem that came up recently at American University, when a professor breast-fed her sick child during her initial class, prompting a national debate.

Ban Bottled Water? Not So Fast, Maryland College Administrators Say

As the nation becomes more environmentally aware, some anti-bottled water groups are convincing colleges and universities to halt bottled water sales in favor of reusable, eco-friendly alternatives. The idea is catching on across the country, but many Maryland college sustainability officials aren’t sure it’s a good idea.

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