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Posts published in December 2017

The Hub: the spot for SU entrepreneurship

BY ALEX VALDES Staff Writer Entrepreneurship is highly thought of in the Business School of Perdue. With the Student Entrepreneurship Competition and Shore Hatchery, there…

SOAP hosts first fall concert in four years

BY DREW LACOUTURE Editorial Editor The Student Organization of Activity Planning (SOAP) hosted their fall concert with performers Eric Paslay along with Love and Theft…

Why history matters

BY TOM GOYENS Associate Professor of History In 2010, the comedian Stephen Colbert, in all seriousness, asked astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, whether or not knowledge “is…

M.A.G.A. one year on

BY SAMUEL STEVENS Editor-in-Chief It has been a year since President Trump was elected, and the hysterics of the “resistance” show no sign of slowing…

Christmas consumerism creating chaos

BY LILY BAZIS Staff Writer For many of us, the holidays are a time of giving and spending quality time with family. For some, the…

Five DIY holiday crafts

BY MELISSA REESE Staff Writer The holidays can be a wonderful time of year to deck the halls and decorate your home in true Christmas…

Balancing Christmas and finals

BY HALEY DICK Gull Life Editor Excitement and stress are flooding through Salisbury University as the holidays and final exams are rapidly approaching.  Students may…

BREAKING: First snow coats Salisbury

BY CHRIS MACKOWIAK Sports Editor As Salisbury University prepares for final exams and projects, mother nature decided to add a variable to the mix with…