Artist talk: Onajide Shabaka presents recent project

By Lexi Malinowski Staff Writer A hum of conversation filled the gallery while spotlights hung over the rows of people anticipating the artist’s presentation during the nature/nurture series at the downtown SU gallery Thursday night. Onajide Shabaka, an artist and cultural practitioner, presented one of his more recent projects, entitled “Antillean Lacunae: A Litany of […]

Higher tuition rates in process for next year

By NATHAN VALDES Staff Writer SGA’s February forum presented the estimated tuition raises for the fall semester of 2018. Interim Vice President of Administration and Finance Marvin Pyles explained that the in-state tuition is only expected to be raised by 2 percent next year. Despite that raise, Salisbury University will remain one of the cheaper […]

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Love is in the air

By ALEXIS GRAMATES Staff Writer Conversations, laughter and red and white balloons filled the LED candlelit Nanticoke room it was Valentine’s Day round two. Salisbury University’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People held their first annual speed dating event that was originally set for Feb. 14 during their founder’s day week, but because […]

ZTA dodgeball tournament successful in raising hundreds for Breast Cancer Awareness

By CAYLEE MORGAN Staff Writer Onesies, flying balls and self-proclaimed “macho men” could all be found at Zeta Tau Alpha’s (ZTA) first annual Dodge for a Cause event on Saturday afternoon in Maggs Gym. Each semester ZTA puts on an event in order to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness, their chosen philanthropy. This spring […]

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Baseball: Sea Gulls’ win streak snapped at six vs. DeSales

By CHASE GORSKI Staff Writer @cgorski12 Just a day after Salisbury (13-6) put up 19 runs against Mary Washington, the offense struggled to take advantage of opportunities in their 5-3 loss to DeSales University (4-7) on Sunday. The Bulldogs jumped out to an early lead against Salisbury junior starter Brad Keith, after a solo homerun […]

MLAX: Sea Gulls’ high-octane offense too much for Mary Washington

By BRAD KELLY Staff Writer The top ranked Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team (7-0, 1-0 CAC) continued their roll on Saturday, staying undefeated by taking the down the University of Mary Washington Eagles (3-5, 0-1 CAC) by a score of 17-5 in the opening game of Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) play. The Sea Gulls used […]

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College for a foster care child

By ABIGAIL CHEW Staff Writer Receiving admission to a university as well as paying for said higher education is no simple task for anyone, though the challenge is even heightened for those growing up without any financial means, living stability or parental guidance. These circumstances can create an unpredictable and terrifying future for a child […]

Divided we fall: A look at the post-Obama GOP.

By LUKE WATHEN Staff Writer For the past eight years, the Republican Party has been united in their disdain for President Obama. From the early days of the administration, with the passage of the Affordable Care Act despite near-unanimous Republican opposition to their refusal to hear the case for a new Supreme Court appointment after […]

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