Healthy financial habits for students

by Rachel Taylor Gull Life Editor As a college student balancing studying and a social life leaves us little time to worry about things like balancing a checkbook. But keeping track of personal finances is less daunting than it seems according to Professor Brian Twilley. Twilley, who currently teaches personal finances in the Perdue School […]

The Referendum President

By Emmanuel Atufu Staff Writer    The 2016 Presidential Election cycle has been quite the spectacle. From Donald Trump’s speech about Mexicans allegedly being rapists to Hillary Clinton’s email controversy. There has been a nonstop barrage of drama and theatrics.   When it comes to presidential elections, some people tune out because they do not […]

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In the battle of the seabirds, Seahawks edge Sea Gulls 2-1

BY DIAMOND HOLTON Staff Writer The Salisbury University women’s soccer team fell to St. Mary’s College of Maryland, 2-1, at the SU Soccer Complex Wednesday evening. This ended the Sea Gulls (8-3, 2-1 CAC) five game win streak and marked the second year in a row they’ve lost to St. Mary’s. Salisbury was aggressive the […]

Homecoming Week under way

BY SHANNON WILEY News Editor @TheShannonWiley     Salisbury University’s Student Government Association kicked off Homecoming Week yesterday, bringing in the 2015-2016 school year.   Today holds the Last Comic Standing competition where students will face off to find the funniest on campus. This event will take place at 7 p.m., in the Fireside Lounge […]

Zipcar now offering Salisbury University “Wheels when you want them”

BY REED SHELTON Staff Writer @ReedAShelton In a bid to expand the campus’ environmentally-sustainable practices, Salisbury University has partnered with Zipcar, a low-cost car-sharing program. Getting behind the wheel of a Zipcar has been streamlined into a few steps. An SU student (or faculty or staff member) submits an online application to verify their age […]

Salisbury connects with Syrian refugees

BY  DARBY JOYCE Staff Writer The immense struggles facing refugees from war-torn Syria has been broadcast around the world as pictures of overcrowded boats and drowned children have gone viral on the Internet and countless news channels as they flee to countries that are opening their borders to them. But as moving as the photos and […]


Fall Fashion

BY PHOEBE KOLESAR Staff Writer Socialites, style icon celebrities, supermodels, fashion bloggers and big name fashion designers all gathered in the heart of the concrete jungle this past week showcasing designs that have been in the works since last spring. This annual phenomenon is known as New York Fashion Week, or NYFW. The Snapchat Live […]

Planned Parenthood: Monster or Savior?

BY  RILEY FANNING Staff Writer Recently, cries to defund Planned Parenthood (PP) have emerged. It’s been depicted as a monstrous organization, lurking in the shadows of immorality, lying in wait for the arrival of pregnant woman to have their unborn children dismembered and sold. The misinformation and witch hunt needs to come to an end. There is […]

Dining Hall Disaster

BY  KATHERINE  REINHOLD Staff Writer Salisbury University students may have noticed a few things that have changed about The Commons Dining Hall. Some of these changes include the large TV screens at the entrance and inside The Marketplace, minor food changes and the separation of trash and utensils at the tray return. These changes are […]


Gull Jams: Fetty Wap self-titled album review

BY DREW LACOUTURE Staff Writer Seven months ago, New Jersey hip-hop artist Fetty Wap graced the world with “Trap Queen,” a stroke of pop genius that peaked at number two on Billboard’s top 100. This success was followed by three other singles all leading up to his self-titled debut album, which is catchy, but suffers […]


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