PACE continues lecture series as semester’s end approaches

By: Abby Bivens Staff Writer @abigaillorene PACE completed two more lectures of their series “Democracy Across the Disciplines” over the past few weeks including discussions on protests and social work. Nov. 20 Dr. Michele Schlehofer, chair of Salisbury University’s psychology department, spoke on “Community Organizing and the Psychology of Protest.” Schlehofer began by explaining the […]

The Hub: the spot for SU entrepreneurship

By: Alex Valdes Staff Writer Entrepreneurship is highly thought of in the Business School of Perdue. With the Student Entrepreneurship Competition and Shore Hatchery, there is plenty of opportunity to gain real-world experience in putting together business plans and potentially earning money while doing it. What tends to be the problem when it comes to […]

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Five DIY holiday crafts

By MELISSA REESE Staff Writer OPINION – The holidays can be a wonderful time of year to deck the halls and decorate your home in true Christmas fashion, and what better way to do that than with your own homemade decorations?     For many families, the anticipation for Christmas begins around Thanksgiving when they start […]

Balancing Christmas and finals

By HALEY DICK Gull Life Editor OPINION – Excitement and stress are flooding through Salisbury University as the holidays and final exams are rapidly approaching.     Students may find it difficult to get in the holiday spirit while being buried under piles of lingering assignments and stacks of note cards, but there are many simple […]


BREAKING: Nein named College Strength & Conditioning Coach of Year

By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN As Salisbury University Sea Gulls hoist national titles, win conference crowns and receive berths into NCAA postseason play, there are many faces behind the scenes and around the SU student-athletes that help make those achievements possible. One of those faces is Matt Nein, head sports performance coach for SU […]

Football and Christmas? In Hawaii?

By ZACH GILLELAND Sports Reporter @_zachariahg OPINION – This holiday season, the gift of football keeps on giving. Although the college football regular season has wrapped up, 78 teams will play in a bowl game, a reward for the team’s success on the field. To play in a bowl game, a team must become bowl […]


SOAP hosts first fall concert in four years

By DREW LACOUTURE Editorial Editor The Student Organization of Activity Planning (SOAP) hosted their fall concert with performers Eric Paslay along with Love and Theft on Thursday, Nov. 30. The concert was held at Holloway Hall and was attended by eager fans of the artists and country music in general. This is the first fall […]

Why history matters

Why history matters BY TOM GOYENS Associate Professor, History In 2010, the comedian Stephen Colbert, in all seriousness, asked astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, whether or not knowledge “is always a good thing.” “Yes,” Tyson responded, “because it empowers you to react and possibly even to do something about it if something about it needs to […]