Salisbury lacrosse teams advance to CAC Championship game

BY RICKY POLLITT Staff Writer @rickypollitt52 The Salisbury men’s and women’s lacrosse teams both were able to win in the semi-final round of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday; sending them to the championship game. In a tale of two teams, the women’s team (13-3, 8-0 CAC) struggled to secure the win against Mary […]

Luminaria bags were placed along the track in memory of those affected by Cancer.

Relay For Life raises over $100k for cancer research

BY SHANNON WILEY News Editor @TheShannonWiley Last night through this morning, hundreds gathered on the Salisbury University campus for the annual Relay for Life in order to raise money for cancer research, in total pulling together $107,151.56. In order to raise money, students and staff formed relay teams around friend and colleague groups, as well […]

Review: The Album About Nothing

Wale’s album tops Kendrick’s, thanks to Jerry Seinfeld MITCHELL NORTHAM Sports Editor @primetimeMitch The buzz around the hip-hop world in the past few weeks or so has been what’s up with Kendrick Lamar’s new album. Is it good? Is it bad? Is it better than his last album? Is it better than J. Cole’s newest […]

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Food of the week: Strawberries

BY SHELBY CARL Staff Writer Calories: One cup, 50 High in: Vitamin C, Potassium, Vitamin A, and Calcium According to an article by the University of Illinois Extension, the strawberry has a rich cultural history in civilizations across the globe. In ancient Greece, the strawberry’s heart shape and red color made it a symbol for […]

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Eating Healthy in Commons

BY SHELBY CARL Staff Writer It is no secret that eating healthily in college is not always easy, but without seeing what goes into a meal, the task is almost impossible. In all fairness, Commons publishes all nutritional information online in a twenty-three-page document; however it is hardly portable. It is similarly unrealistic to expect students to […]

Freshman men's tennis player Sean Ngo battles with CNU on Tuesday. (Photo: Ricky Pollitt)

Men’s tennis ends season with CAC loss to Christopher Newport

RICKY POLLITT Staff Writer @rickypollitt52 The Salisbury University men’s tennis team saw its season come to an end with a 5-4 defeat at the hands of rival Christopher Newport on Tuesday. It was a semifinal matchup in the Capital Athletic Conference playoffs and – for CNU – the victory sends them to the CAC Championship […]

Maryland’s efforts to stop coastal erosion

By Emily Clagett and Jamie Ott Contributors  Every summer, thousands of tourists flock to Ocean City to lay out on its wide, sandy beaches and soak up some sun, failing to realize those same beaches are slowly shrinking. Due to the ocean’s current, sand is constantly being pulled away from the shoreline and swept down […]

Third case of tuberculosis on campus. Officials: if contacted, take action

Third case of tuberculosis on campus. Officials: if contacted, take action

BY REED SHELTON Staff Writer @ReedAShelton Following the diagnosis of a third student with active tuberculosis (TB) early this month, Salisbury University officials are pleased with the lack of panic while simultaneously imploring those contacted due to risk factors to be screened for the disease. Associate Vice President of Student Affairs Mentha Hynes-Wilson commended the […]

Technology in the Classroom: A Revolution for Teachers and Students

Technology in the Classroom: A Revolution for Teachers and Students

BY SHANNON WILEY News Editor @TheShannonWiley As technology pushes the world forward, classrooms across the country are discovering the new benefits and feats that this brings. In 2013, Public Broadcasting Society Learning Media released their findings from a national survey of preschool through high school teachers which revealed that 74 percent believe technology enables them […]

“No, absolutely not.  As someone who struggles with registering for classes I don’t think they should be able to register early. School should come first over athletics.” – Maggie Garvey, junior

Overheard: Do you think student-athletes should be able to register for classes early?

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