New 3D technology arrives at SU

By Chelsea C. Brennan Staff Writer Salisbury University opened the Maker Lab in the new Guerrieri Academic Commons Building this fall. The Maker Lab offers free 3-D printing for the entire Salisbury Community during the academic school year. The Maker Lab’s hours of operation are from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 12 […]


Seagull Century returns

By Rishon Seaborn News Editor Sea Gull Century returned for its annual 28th year race this Saturday. The infamous bicycling event included nearly 7,000 participants from near and far as they started and ended at Salisbury University. Even through the rain cyclists were eager to start the day with their routes. Sea Gull Century is […]

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Club Corner: SU Student Film Society

By HALEY DICK Staff Writer From music and dance to math and computer science and everything else in between, students at Salisbury University express their passions in a variety of different ways and the Student Film Society is no exception. The organization creatively collaborates to decide which movies to show. The group’s members have a […]


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 […]

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Football Preview: Kean enters Salisbury as Sea Gulls continue to move past Rowan loss

By Chris Mackowiak Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN After a dominating 77-19 win at William Paterson, No. 22 Salisbury (5-1, 4-1) returns to Sea Gull Stadium with a confident demeanor and overall health to take on their next New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) challenger Kean University (3-3, 2-3). While Salisbury should win the battle on paper, Kean […]


For Dan Brennan, soccer is not a game but a journey

By CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN For athletes, the call each day to go out onto the field develops their love of the sport and competition. That love is a yearning always present in their system. Players become coaches once they leave the game, and for some players, they may leave the game but the […]

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Trump loses the last debate and quite possibly the election

By Luke Wathen Staff Writer Well, it finally happened. The last presidential debate of 2016 occurred Wednesday night between two candidates who have made no secret of their distaste for one another. In my last election recap I made it a point to say that the last debate was marred with a horrible lack of civility between […]

Men’s Soccer: With revitalized offense, Sea Gulls turning corner in 3-0 win against Frostburg St.

By Chris Mackowiak Sports Editor @cmackowiakSGSN  The Salisbury University men’s soccer team has been plagued by injuries throughout the season. Finally, on Saturday, the whole roster was back in action and healthy with the return of senior forward Leslie Umunna. With a new sense of confidence, Salisbury (6-6-1, 3-3) took down their rivals, the Frostburg […]

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