-NEWS-

Faculty Senate discusses Gen Ed Program reform

By ALEXIS GRAMATES Staff Writer A sophomore Salisbury University communications student sat in a chemistry class one day wondering “how is this useful to my major?” Salisbury University’s Faculty Senate has discussed the possible reformation of general education classes on campus. This allows incoming students to become more successful in their college career. The faculty […]

Habitat for Humanity: Attentive to community struggles

By STEPHANIE CHISLEY Staff Writer Salisbury’s population of 33,000 citizens has an innumerable amount of people who are homeless and cannot afford a home due to their financial status. Some of these people also have children with them during these hard times. Habitat for Humanity of Wicomico County Program Director Shannon Thomas stated that Wicomico […]

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-GULL LIFE-

Lessons for the graphic artist: Discussion by Erick Pfleiderer

By VAL PETSCHE Staff Writer Visiting graphic artist and SU alumni Erick Pfleiderer spoke Thursday evening in Fulton Hall to provide insight about a successful career in graphic design. Pfleiderer is the creative director and strategist at Taoti Creative in D.C. as of 2016. He started out as a graphic artist for Salisbury University with […]

Fulton Hall Gallery switches gears

By THERESA TUMMINELLO Staff Writer Fulton Hall Gallery has been completely remodeled since the fine arts show of the 56th bi-annual Senior Art Exhibition “Transcendence” with new senior artists—all graphic design majors—displaying their graphic design work. The second edition of “Transcendence” is open now until May 20. On Fri. May 12 there will be a […]

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-SPORTS-

MLAX: Berkman notches 500th win at SU as Sea Gulls advance to NCAA Semifinals

By ZACH GILLELAND Staff Writer @_zachariahg No other coach in NCAA lacrosse has accomplished it. With the victory Wednesday, SU head coach Jim Berkman recorded his 500th career win at Salisbury, becoming the first coach in NCAA lacrosse history to win 500 games with a single program. The Sea Gulls (20-1) advanced to the semifinals […]

Baseball: Sea Gulls head to NCAA Tournament as No. 1 seed in the South Region

By ZACH GILLELAND Staff Writer @_zachariahg Following a two-week layoff since their previous contest, the Salisbury University baseball team now knows its destination in the NCAA Tournament. Fresh off a Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) Championship, the Sea Gulls (31-9) eye their third College World Series appearance in four seasons. Salisbury will travel 323 miles to […]

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-EDITORIAL-

Let us de-stress and go to the gym

By JACKIE BONOLA Staff Writer Everyone wants to be in the best shape they can.  There are many reasons why people loose motivation in their quest for maximum fitness. However, going to the gym is one of the best things you can do for yourself in this time of stress. For college students a common […]

Why everyone should run regularly

By ABIGAIL CHEW Most people are well aware that running provides an excellent way to get into shape, but they are unaware that it can improve almost every aspect of life. While it may not be everyone’s favorite exercise, knowing what it can do for their life may give entirely new perspectives. A daily run can have […]

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