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Posts published in November 2015

NAACP Students Pioneer Thanksgiving Service

BY CHARLEI BAYLOR Staff Writer Just under 50 Salisbury University students joined together for SU’s chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored…

The Righteous Writer

BY CHRIS KRAUSS Editorial Editor Self-publishing has become a staple of the try-hard author in hopes of publishing their work, attracting Salisbury University students like…

#AnyStudentEveryStudent

BY BROOKE REESE Layout Editor ​Mizzou. Baltimore. Charleston. National crimes affecting African-American individuals are circulating the media and Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach feels it…

Gulls season hopeful; win Optimist Tournament

BY DIAMOND HOLTON Staff Writer Five players scored in double digits as the Salisbury University women’s basketball team became the Optimist Tournament champions with a…

Women’s basketball wins home opener

BY STEPHEN CHOTT Staff Writer It was a fight to the finish again as the Salisbury women’s basketball team came back and beat Methodist 71-68…

Celebrate sacrifice, not dishonesty

BY LUKE WATHEN Staff Writer Veteran’s Day: A day where the people of the United States celebrate the men and women of the armed services.…

Pemberton Coffeehouse closes its doors

BY KIM MOSEMAN Staff Writer Walking through the doors of Pemberton Coffeehouse brings the overwhelming sensation of coming home to your grandmother’s cottage. With the…