Welcome Class of 2020

By Rishon Seaborn News Editor As Salisbury University welcomes back its students, there are new Sea Gulls being ushered in. The incoming graduates of the year 2020 are also taking the campus by storm. The convocation ceremony officially established the new students as they wore their pins with beaming Sea Gull pride. The week leading […]


Volunteer Center’s Meal Packing Program Provides Outreach

BY RISHON SEABORN News Editor Salisbury University’s Volunteer Center hosted their first meal packing event Friday. Career Services’ Volunteer Center partnered up with the Wicomico County Project to come up with the idea of delivering these meals to approximately 472 students of East Salisbury Elementary School. In preparation for 500 meals, the Maryland Food Bank donated a […]

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Health Services Helps Herpes (and other diseases, too)

By Emily Depasse Alumni Sex is associated with feelings of pleasure, and with that pleasure, comes risk. Most have probably heard the, “Sex is like riding a bicycle,” cliché. When we coast along on our bicycles across campus, we risk the chance of losing our balance and falling against the pavement. When we engage in […]


New Homecoming Committee Kicks Off Events on Sept. 26

By London Mackall Staff Writer Salisbury seagulls from a different feather have flocked together to plan this year’s homecoming festivities, which start on Sept. 26 and run though Oct. 2. This is the first year that students do not have to be a member of the Student Government Association (SGA) or an RSO to plan […]

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Men’s Soccer: SU starts CAC-play at 1-0 following offensive outburst vs. SVU

By Chris Mackowiak Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN The Salisbury University men’s soccer team opened up their conference slate with a 3-0 win over Southern Virginia on Saturday. Through extensive offensive pressure and strong defense in the air, the Sea Gulls locked down the Knights despite an up-tempo effort from their fellow Capital Athletic Conference members. Everything […]

Women’s Soccer: Lucas goal propels SU to 1-0 defensive win over SVU

By Lucas McCoy Staff Writer The Salisbury University women’s soccer team took on Southern Virginia University on Saturday afternoon in a tough match that went down to the wire.  Coming off of two losses, the Sea Gulls fought through adversity and came out victorious, topping the Knights 1-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference matchup. The […]

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Gull Jams Album Reviews: “Strange Diary” by Psychic Twin

By Drew Lacouture Staff Writer With the sub-genre of synth-pop becoming saturated and watered down, Psychic Twin bursts onto the scene with a bittersweet and lavish debut project. After several years of generating buzz, Erin Fein creates a balance of sugary choruses with just enough indie style to appeal to a wide audience. Rather than […]

Environmental and Native American issues collide at Standing Rock

By Val Petsche Staff Writer In the southern region of North Dakota, thousands of protestors, activists and regular human beings alike have gathered with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to protect sacred land from a major oil pipeline. Ever since April, members of Standing Rock established camp along the Missouri river as a form of […]

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