Bellavance Honors set to turn into a ‘college’

BY SHANNON WILEY News Editor A new plan to make Salisbury University’s Bellavance Honors Program an Honors College by Fall 2016 was approved by the University System of Maryland last month, allowing the program to transform itself into a more open and accessible place. “One of the reasons it’s coming about now is the growth […]

NAACP Students Pioneer Thanksgiving Service

BY CHARLEI BAYLOR Staff Writer Just under 50 Salisbury University students joined together for SU’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People as it held its second annual “It’s Time to Give Back” event early on Nov. 21. Members of NAACP worked with other organizations like the Gospel Choir and Student […]

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The Righteous Writer

By Chris Krauss Editorial Editor @reigningpandas Self-publishing has become a staple of the try-hard author in hopes of publishing their work, attracting Salisbury University students like junior Scott Fisher, who recently released his first anthology, “A Righteous Series.” The book focuses on a time traveler who learns how God works throughout his and his family’s […]

Heath Food- Grapes

Health Food: Grapes

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Women’s basketball wins home opener

BY STEPHEN CHOTT Staff Writer It was a fight to the finish again as the Salisbury women’s basketball team came back and beat Methodist 71-68 in overtime in the opening game of the Optimist tournament. Junior guard Lauren Rothfeld led the way for the Sea Gulls scoring 19 points including two huge free throws that […]


Salisbury Football begins road to National Title against SUNY Cortland

BY RICKY POLLITT Sports Editor @rickypollitt52 After a fourth quarter 20-point comeback victory to send them to the NCAA tournament, the Salisbury University football team will travel to New York to take on SUNY Cortland to begin their quest for glory. Both Salisbury and Cortland enter the tournament for the first time since 2012, where […]

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Celebrate sacrifice, not dishonesty

BY LUKE WATHEN Staff Writer @Lukewathen Veteran’s Day: A day where the people of the United States celebrate the men and women of the armed services. Civilians, young and old, are willing to set aside their differences for a time in order to honor those that made the ultimate sacrifice for the sake of their […]

First impressions: “Street Fighter V”

BY JOE EDWARDS Staff Writer Very few genres can bring the hype and excitement as much as fighting games can, one of the most competitive genres out there. There are genre staples such as “Guilty Gear,” “Mortal Kombat” and “Tekken,” but even those series cannot dream to match the legacy that is “Street Fighter.” Considered […]

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