Literacy program helps local community

BY SAWYER CORNELIUS Staff Writer The crisis of adult illiteracy in the greater Salisbury area now faces a new enemy. The Project READ program, sponsored by the Wicomico County Public Libraries, aims to decrease the proportion of illiterate adults within the local Salisbury and surrounding communities. Project READ is a free one-on-one literacy program that […]

Couple furnishes SU’s third largest donation

Photos by Sawyer Cornelius By SAWYER CORNELIUS Staff Writer Salisbury will soon be equipped with an all-new Center for Entrepreneurship with the Rommels’ donation. Dave and Patsy Rommel are Salisbury locals with deep ties to the University and its goal for student preparedness, especially within the business fields. Dave Rommel began his professional career working for Rommel […]

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Lighthouse Literary Guild at SU offers community to local writers

BY SAMUEL STEVENS Editor-in-Chief Salisbury University’s Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning (CELL) started creative writing classes this month through their Lighthouse Literary Guild program. The courses run for three weeks this month. CELL offers three classes taught by SU faculty and area residents, each with a different theme and focus, a press release from […]

Reach Out Editions helps sexual assault victims

BY HALEY DICK Gull Life Editor According to RAINN, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, an American is sexually assaulted every 98 seconds. Sexual assault is a widespread issue that cannot be narrowed to just one month of focus. However, April is nationally known as Sexual Assault Awareness month, which was designed for victims […]

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Berkman career win mark just a step towards greater goal

By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN SU men’s lacrosse senior face-off specialist Duncan Campbell scoops up a groundball and rushes toward York’s side of the field. The senior fakes a pass and rips a shot into the lower frame of the goal. 1-0 Gulls. Last week marked one of the most highly anticipated matches of […]

From weak link to cornerstone: Sea Gulls’ pitching staff

By CHASE GORSKI Staff Writer @cgorski12 Note to readers: this article was originally published prior to the 2017 CAC Tournament. When the Salisbury baseball team’s 2016 playoff run was cut short following a loss to Penn State Berks in the Mid-Atlantic Regional, it left a bitter taste in the mouths of all the would-be returners. […]

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It is not “just a prank, bro.”

BY LUKE WATHEN Staff Writer There has been recent controversy over the YouTube channel “DaddyOFive” and its video content. The channel contains several videos of two parents loudly berating their children, physically attacking them and destroying their property all for what they deem to be “pranks.” This kind of behavior on and off the Internet […]

Spring: The worst of the seasons

By LILLY METCALFE Staff Writer It is that time of year again. We are  in the midst of the season that many people dread despite its beauty. Spring has sprung and the human race is paying for it. However, there are ways to make this predicament more bearable. The accumulation of pollen from plants cover […]

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