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Argentinean author brings knowledge and understanding to SU

BY RISHON SEABORN Staff Writer As a part of University Spanish classes continuing cirriculums, Ángela Pradelli, author of “En Mi Nombre,” visited Salisbury University last month sharing her insight, knowledge and perspective on the historical topic her novel covers. Pradelli’s books focus on the Argentinean dictatorship from 1976 to 1983. During this time Jorge Rafael […]

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White Nose Syndrome: A North American Bat Epidemic

BY PATRICK MILLER Staff Writer When thinking about the state of an agricultural community such as the Eastern Shore, many may not realize bat play an integral part in the lands health. This ecological balance may be damaged due to an epidemic hitting bats in the area. Bats, when undergoing hibernation, find a comfortable location […]

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Benevolent bicyclist preps for 4k for Cancer: Angleberger to travel coast to coast Summer 2016

BY BRIANNA TIEDEMAN Advisor Cancer does not have a face until it becomes yours or a familiar one. This summer, Salisbury University senior Neal Angleberger will positively share the faces of cancer survivors, lost souls, and impacted family members, all affected by a growing disease. Student summers are often spent driving a cash flow or […]

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Senioritis to reality: Advice for graduating seniors

BY MADELYN GRANGER Staff Writer Cap and gown pickups, finals, resumes, job interviews, where am I living in a month, when will I see this person again and other stressful thoughts often plague college seniors as graduation comes around. And some would say it causes more stress than excitement. Of course, there are the lucky […]

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MLAX advances to second round of NCAA tournament with blowout win over Catholic

BY RICKY POLLITT Sports Editor @rickypollitt52 Coming off a heartbreaking loss in the CAC Championship game, the Salisbury University men’s lacrosse team rebounded in the first round of the NCAA tournament with a 19-6 blowout over Catholic University. Unlike the Sea Gulls’ (19-1) last three games, Salisbury’s offense got off to a fast start, putting […]

Benevolent bicyclist preps for 4k for Cancer: Angleberger to travel coast to coast Summer 2016

BY BRIANNA TIEDEMAN Advisor Cancer does not have a face until it becomes yours or a familiar one. This summer, Salisbury University senior Neal Angleberger will positively share the faces of cancer survivors, lost souls, and impacted family members, all affected by a growing disease. Student summers are often spent driving a cash flow or […]

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SOAP: Clean up Gullfest

BY TIMOTHY YOUNG Web Editor @TheTimothyYoung Every spring semester, the Student Organization for Activity Planning (SOAP) hosts arguably one of Salisbury University’s biggest events of the year: Gullfest. The massively hyped spring concert has seen the likes of artists spanning from the Plain White T’s, Calvin Harris, and even Taylor Swift. Usually the concert has […]

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Why haven’t you seen this Arnold Schwarzenegger movie?

BY LUKE WATHEN Staff Writer Arnold Schwarzenegger is a name that near-every American is familiar with. Emerging in the 1980s with his roles in The Terminator and Predator, Schwarzenegger has made a name for himself as the quintessential action hero: stealing every scene with a combination of one-liners and blazing guns. Nowhere is this truer than in […]

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