City of Salisbury installs fiber optic conduit

By CHELSEA BRENNAN Staff Writer   The City of Salisbury began construction to lay fiber optic conduit last month as part of its planned $5 million Main Street Improvements Project. Salisbury is among one of the first cities in the United States to upgrade from coaxial cable to fiber optic cable. The installation of the […]

SU alumnus offers publishing guidance to students

By Sawyer Cornelius Staff Writer Salisbury University alumnus publication allows students the opportunity to become accomplished authors. Founder of Best Seller Publications of Maryland (BSP) Corry Schulman offers prospective writers opportunities in publishing works. This includes print novels, instructional guides and various other forms of media works. His publication gives interested students the tools they […]

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Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs Valerie Randall-Lee gives some love to this Golden Gull friend.

Are you stressed?!

By LUCAS MCCOY & BRIANNA TIEDEMAN Staff Writer & Adviser GUC Events is hosting a Holiday Stress-Free event, going on now in Fireside Lounge and the Wicomico room until 3pm. Students working on studying for finals, taking a break from the group project due at 7pm tonight, or grabbing their pick-me-up coffee at Cool Beans […]


Event preview: SOAP’s first annual ‘Bury Bash

By Haley Dick Staff Writer Sea Gulls will have one last chance to shake their tail feathers at the first annual ‘Bury Bash. The event is sponsored by SOAP and will be held this Saturday, Dec. 3 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. in Maggs Gym. Salisbury University previously hosted a fall concert, but has […]

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Women’s Basketball: SU holds off second half comeback to take down undefeated Catholic

By Lucas McCoy Staff Writer The Salisbury University women’s basketball team defeated Catholic University Wednesday evening 64-59 one of their closer contests this season  After the win over the undefeated Catholic University of America, the Sea Gulls record now stands at 6-1 (2-0 CAC). The Sea Gulls took control of the game early with help […]

Photo courtesy of Megan Findle

Editor’s Note: Embrace SU Athletic’s Division III identity

By Chris Mackowiak Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN As we arrive deep into November and the holiday season, the fall sports end, making way for the winter sports to begin. The sun now rises on a new front of team sports focused on achieving the ultimate prizes: a conference title and then a national championship. In the […]

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Unwrapping the Greatest Gift of All

Shoes, clothes, toys, video games… the lists that get passed around and worried about this time of year can be endless. People get lost in the hustle and bustle just to please people they don’t like or to maintain a status among their friends. It can be sad sometimes to see people go to great […]

Nicholas Sparks breaks his formula for the better in Two by Two

BY HALEY DICK Staff Writer Warning: the following article contains spoilers to #1 New York Times Bestselling author Nicholas Sparks’ most recent novel, Two by Two Like most of Sparks’ past novels, this enjoyable and surprising story was set in North Carolina, specifically in Charlotte. It tells the story of a close-knit family of three, […]

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