“Dewey Need Libraries Anyway?” PACE Lecture Series Recap

By: Abby Bivens Staff Writer Flu shots, administering Naloxone and blood pressure monitoring are all typical functions of a hospital. But in many urban areas in the United States, these services may also be available at a local library. On Monday evening, Research and Instructional Librarian Angeline Prichard spoke about the growing impact of libraries […]

PACE Lecture Series Week 5: Democracy in Education

By: Abby Bivens Staff Writer On Monday night, Assistant Professor of Education Specialties Dr. Erin Stutelberg was next on the list of speakers for PACE’s fall series on democracy, giving her interpretation of the term and its relation to the world of education. Abby Bivens photo. Dr. Stutelberg’s lecture, titled “Why School?: Democratic Visions and […]

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Writers on the Shore series featuring Gabriel Fried

By ALLISON GUY Staff Writer Wednesday, Oct. 4 was the continuation of this semester’s Writers on the Shore series, featuring poet Gabriel Fried. Fried is an accomplished poet who most recently wrote “The Children Are Reading,” a poetry collection published earlier this year, which he read selected poems from during the reading. He is also […]

8 Must-Try Fall Date Ideas

By THERESA TUMMINELLO Staff Writer @theresa_tumm In college it can be hard to find things to do with your boyfriend or girlfriend rather than sit around in a dorm. Luckily, fall is finally here and so is the fall weather. The leaves are changing, the weather is comfortable and there is so much to do […]

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SU WSOC falls to CNU in defensive battle

By ETHAN WILT Staff Writer @Ethan__Wilt The Salisbury University and Christopher Newport University women’s soccer teams both came into Wednesday afternoon’s matchup with confidence, as both teams were undefeated in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) coming into the game. A defensive matchup that turned into a war of attrition, Christopher Newport edged out Salisbury 2-0. […]

WSOC: Rossiter’s late goal leads Sea Gulls to fifth-straight win

By ZACH GILLELAND Sports Reporter @_zachariahg After a 5-4 loss to Catholic on Sept. 16, the Salisbury University women’s soccer team seemed dead in the water. In the 86th minute of Sunday’s matchup against York (Pa.), a shot off the foot of freshman midfielder Brooke Rossiter netted the Sea Gull’s fifth-consecutive victory. Following a 1-6 […]

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Fine arts education: Why it is so important?

By ALLISON GUY Staff Writer Almost everyone has taken a fine arts class especially in elementary or middle school. However, fine arts education is not just for children. The fine arts can be beneficial to everyone—even busy college students. The United States have made STEM (cited science, technology, engineering, and mathematic) education a priority but […]


By LILLY METCALFE Staff Writer Minimalism is a trend that has taken over the United States in the last few years and it can have major benefits in one’s life. In the 1960s, minimalism was a movement started by artists who created simple forms and geometric abstractions. Today it has developed into a lifestyle, décor […]

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