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  2. Frostburg State University - Wikipedia

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    Frostburg State University (FSU) is a public university in Frostburg, Maryland. The university is the only four-year institution of the University System of Maryland west of the Baltimore-Washington passageway in the state's Appalachian highlands.

  3. Frostburg, Maryland - Wikipedia

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    The Frostburg State University planetarium is located in GIRA CCIT. The planetarium offers a different show every month, which are shown on Sundays at 4PM and 7PM. Appalachian Festival. The Appalachian Festival occurs every year on the third weekend in September on Frostburg State University's upper quad. The festival highlights music, food ...

  4. Murder of Stephanie Roper - Wikipedia

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    Frostburg State University, Frostburg, Allegany County, Maryland The murder of Stephanie Roper involved a Frostburg State University student. On April 3, 1982, Stephanie Roper, a 22-year-old, was kidnapped, brutally raped repeatedly, tortured, shot, set afire, and partially dismembered.

  5. Coppin State University - Wikipedia

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    Coppin State University was founded in 1900 at what was then called Colored High School (later named Douglass High School) on Pennsylvania Avenue by the Baltimore City School Board. It first had a one-year training course for the preparation of African-American elementary school teachers.

  6. Fairmont State University - Wikipedia

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    Fairmont State University’s roots reach back to the formation of public education in the state of West Virginia. The first private normal school in West Virginia was established to train teachers in Fairmont in 1865 by John N. Boyd, the school’s first principal. It was known as the West Virginia Normal School at Fairmont.

  7. Glenville State University - Wikipedia

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    Glenville State University was founded in 1872 as a branch of West Virginia Normal School. It became known as Glenville State Normal School. It served the higher education needs of Central West Virginia. By 1910, the college enrollment had exceeded the population of Glenville and grew into a full four-year college by 1931.

  8. Holy Family University - Wikipedia

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    Holy Family University is a private Roman Catholic university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was chartered in 1954 by the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. [3] In addition to the main Torresdale campus in the northeastern section of the city, there is a satellite location in Newtown .

  9. James Wolcott - Wikipedia

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    Background and education. Wolcott was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and raised in a suburban setting.He attended Maryland's Frostburg State College for two years. From there, he moved to New York City, to work at The Village Voice, first in the circulation department answering phone complaints, then as a receptionist.