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From Frumpy to Fabulous: Spring Fashion 101

By Amanda Emery

After an unbearably long winter, the Eastern Shore of Maryland has sprung into spring….finally! While stores are still clearing out their stock of heavy coats, pants, and various items in dark, winter colors, there is a resurgence of bright colors, color blocking, chevron and the like. 657 more words


Dorm Days Over: Where To Next?

By: Glen Carey

When students of Salisbury University graduate from their freshman year, they are given the opportunity to move out of the dorms and into new living situations. 750 more words


Have Some Fun This Spring!

By: Danielle Diffenderfer

Attending a University by the ocean has its perks, but going to the beach isn’t the only fun thing that college students can do to have a good time around Salisbury. 996 more words


Training: Arts Award Gold adviser training

Develop young people’s creativity and reward achievement with Arts Award. This half-day course is for trained Bronze & Silver Arts Award advisers who want to top up their knowledge and skills so they’re ready to run Arts Award at Gold level. 164 more words

Networking / Training

Salisbury Cathedral, a Gothic expression

The Salisbury Cathedral is an imposing Gothic expression, though it was built, and added to, its main character remains Gothic. The Spire is the tallest in England, and was a later addition to the main Cathedral. 247 more words


The Irish State Visit

Just as most right thinking people would have welcomed the visit to the UK of the diminutive but beautifully eloquent President Michael D Higgins last week, I’m sure they would also welcome my own particular Holy Week State Visit of my dear Mother this week. 131 more words