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Can Hooping Become A Career?

Hula hooping or “hooping” has gained popularity over the past years. Some hoopers are even hired at entertainment companies and perform at the beach, restaurants, parties or festivals but could this performing art be a legitimate career? 464 more words

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A Bridge Between The SU Glass Department And The Community

Steven Durow drove over the Bay Bridge. He admired the engineering of the overpass that would lead him and his son to their new life in Salisbury.This memory sparked an idea that would take it’s shape in the form of 2,300 degree glass- which is a few hundred degrees hotter than lava as Durow puts it. 391 more words

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Five Ways to Keep Dancing in College

When a dancer goes to college, they have a choice: pursue a career in dance or entertain other interests. Christie Hurley is a senior at Salisbury University who danced for seven years, was routinely in the… 529 more words

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New System Encourages Student Support of SU Athletics

Despite the success of Salisbury University’s sports teams on both the regional and national level, student attendance at athletic events has always been an issue. 488 more words

Sea Gulls Soar into Conference Play

After finishing the non-conference portion of their schedule with a 3-1 win against Roanoke College on Wednesday, the Salisbury men’s soccer team opens up conference play Saturday against… 480 more words

SU Registers to Vote

Salisbury University’s Institute of Public Affairs and Civil Engagement, PACE, is encouraging students, faculty and staff to register to vote using TurboVote.

Online platform, TurboVote… 157 more words

Salisbury City Police Department faces lawsuit brought by students and locals


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The Salisbury Police Department and an SPD officer are being sued for using excessive force by a group of three Salisbury University students, as well as a boy and his aunt in two different occasions in May and August. 134 more words