“No Ban, No Wall, No Registry” Protest Sparks Salisbury Conversation

                                                                  Photos By Ricky Pollitt By Rishon Seaborn News Editor SU alumna Molly Likovich organizes “No Ban, No Wall, No Registry” protest outside […]


There’s a New Bird on Campus

  By Sawyer Cornelius Staff Writer There’s a new place to get your chicken on campus. Upon overwhelming request from Salisbury University students and faculty members, a Chick-fil-a licensed location has opened in the Guerrieri University Center.  Though it stands where Gull’s Nest stood just one year ago, the space has been updated to meet […]

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They Call Me Q: A review of Qurrat Ann Kadwani’s one-woman show

By DEVIN LINER Staff Writer   @devmackintosh On Wednesday, Feb. 22 in Holloway Hall’s auditorium, Qurrat Ann Kadwani performed her one-woman show, “They Call Me Q.” Kadwani is an established actress, teacher, producer, writer and the founding artistic director of eyeBLINK, a nonprofit arts organization promoting social change and conversation through the mediums of theater […]


5 Things To Do In Salisbury To Get Rid Of The Rainy Day Blues

By THERESA TUMMINELLO Staff Writer @theresa_tumm In a small college town, it may be hard to find something to do when the weather is not so great. Luckily, Salisbury has some great indoor activities to help keep you occupied and entertained on a rainy day. 1. Like To Bowl? Southbound Alley is just over a mile […]

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MBK: Sea Gulls secure third-straight NCAA Tourney bid for first time in program history

By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN After a heartbreaking 63-62 loss in the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Tournament vs. Christopher Newport on Saturday, the Salisbury men’s basketball teams’ final hopes to make the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament were in the hands of the selection committee to provide the Sea Gulls with one of […]


The final chapter of Sea Gull bracketology

  By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN A heart-wrenching loss welcomes the Salisbury men’s basketball team into Selection Monday for a second-straight year. On Saturday, the Sea Gulls made the three-hour journey to Newport News, Va. to face their rivals for a third time this season. The 2017 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) was fitting of […]

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“House of Leaves” Book Review

BY RILEY FANNING “House of Leaves” is a story unlike most— it is filled with riddles, labyrinths, perpetual darkness and the inevitable horror of the unknown.  The debut novel written by Mark Z. Danielewsk centers around a young man named Johnny Truant, who comes to possess the manuscript for a novel written by a recently […]

The Netflix Dilemma

By Jackie Bonola Staff Writer  Netflix and its audience both depend on new movies and shows for entertainment, despite a rotation of great, older movies cycling through its library. It is understandable that most viewers will select a movie to watch either because they have been waiting to see it, or there is a well-known […]

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