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WFWM radio is a public service of Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland. It broadcasts informational, educational, and cultural programming 24 hours a day to the westernmost counties of Maryland and adjacent areas in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. WFWM operates at an assigned frequency of 91.9 MHz.
This list includes notable graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Frostburg State University, a four-year state university located in Frostburg, Maryland that is part of the University System of Maryland . Contents 1 Academia and science 2 Arts and entertainment 3 Government, politics, and law 4 Literature and journalism
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The Frostburg State Bobcats are the athletic teams that represent Frostburg State University, located in Frostburg, Maryland, in NCAA Division II intercollegiate sports. The Bobcats compete as members of the Mountain East Conference for all sports except men's lacrosse, which is a single-sport member of the East Coast Conference.
Frostburg State University itself was established in 1899 as State Normal School No. 2 by an act of the General Assembly under Governor Lloyd Lowndes. 1 Old Main was the first building for which the cornerstone was laid on September 4, 1899 by the mayor of Frostburg, Joseph Bear. 
Murder of Stephanie Roper 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.  Contents 1 Murder 2 Family response 3 Crime Victims' Rights Act 4 Legacy