The Second Installment of the PACE Lecture Series: “When Democracy Doesn’t Work”

By: Abby Bivens Staff Writer @abigaillorene Dr. Eric Rittinger, an assistant professor of Political Science at Salisbury University, typically focuses on Latin American politics and international relations. Having observed the subsequent collapse of democratic systems around the world, Dr. Rittinger gave a controversial lecture Monday night, asking why democracy might not be the best option […]

PACE kickstarts new lecture series: Democracy Across the Disciplines

By: Abby Bivens Staff Writer @abigaillorene “This is what democracy looks like?!” This is the question Dr. Sarah Surak posed to the crowd of Salisbury University students, faculty and members of the surrounding community gathered in a Fulton Hall auditorium Monday evening. Dr. Surak is an assistant professor of both Political Science and Environmental Studies, […]

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Salisbury’s Guide to Student Fitness

By THERESA TUMMINELLO Staff Writer @Theresa_tumm   Almost everyone has heard of the “Freshman 15.”  Although not true for everyone, some students may find difficulty in preparing meals now that they are on their own. The buffet style of Commons, where you can eat all you can imagine from self-serve ice cream, to pastas bars […]

Technology Transcending the Classroom

By HALEY DICK Gull Life Editor @its_riDICKulous The Patricia R. Guerreri Academic Commons, or GAC, is housing an interactive exhibit called “Our Transdisciplinary World: Technology, Science and the Humanities” from now until Dec. 22. The exhibit was created to demonstrate how SU creatively utilizes technology and features multiple devices, including the 3-D printer MakerLab located […]

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Under the Feathers: SU field hockey’s Arielle Johnston

By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN No. 23 Arielle Johnston Salisbury field hockey sophomore midfielder Hometown: Crisfield, Md. On any given night, Johnston is a formidable force for the Salisbury field hockey team both on defense and on penalty-corners. The Crisfield, Md. native saw immediate playing time for the Sea Gulls as a freshman, starting […]

Field hockey: Late offensive rally leads Sea Gulls to 2-1 win

By ZACH GILLELAND Sports Reporter @_zachariahg Riding a two-game winning streak heading into Wednesday’s match-up, the Salisbury University field hockey team returned home to face a John’s Hopkins team that had not scored a goal against the Sea Gulls in four-straight games. One streak came to the end on Wednesday night. Salisbury (5-1) used a […]

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You are taking notes the wrong way

By LILLIAN BAZIS Staff Writer Whether it is history or biology, note taking is something every college student must do at some point. It is the key to success in almost any course, but finding the perfect note-taking method can be difficult. Many college students prefer taking notes on their laptop, instead of by hand, […]

Five Shows To Watch This Fall

By CHARLES FERN Staff Writer The most wonderful time of the year for Television fans is approaching: the start of the new season for the major broadcast networks. In addition to returning favorites, there are a lot of new series premiering as usual. It is close to impossible to keep up with everything that is […]

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