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Preparing Digital Leaders in Higher Ed Course

Delivering course content to colleagues — some younger and some older — can be viewed as a monumental task. Passionate, maybe too passionate, about the content could not overshadow the goal of preparing digital leaders the evolving educational landscape they are encountering daily. 666 more words

Students protest Salisbury Super Pet

By VAL PETSCHE

Staff Writer

SU Philosophy class at protest (L to R) Dr. Grace Clement, Crisanne Borman, Emma Priest, Jordan Kahl, Morgan Howell, and Rebecca Lederman. 569 more words

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Challenging Aspiring Digital Leaders

Education is one of the most uncomfortable professional fields.

One will never know everything they need to know because the field continually changes along with the students. 438 more words

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SU alumnus offers publishing guidance to students

By Sawyer Cornelius

Staff Writer

Salisbury University alumnus publication allows students the opportunity to become accomplished authors.

Founder of Best Seller Publications of Maryland (BSP) Corry Schulman offers prospective writers opportunities in publishing works. 410 more words

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Amidst election season, political chalkings appear on campus

By JUSTIN MCCLURE

Editor-in-Chief

@jus10mcclure

Students and faculty awoke to a Salisbury campus laden with pro-Donald Trump and anti-Hillary Clinton chalkings. The writings were found around and in front of Perdue Hall, Guerrieri University Center, Guerrieri Academic Commons and the tunnel that connects East Campus to the main campus. 176 more words

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SU’s Perdue School offers new sales minor

Rishon Seaborn

News Editor

University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business has recently established a new professional sales minor.

The new minor includes five specific business classes that each specialize in sales relations. 472 more words

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Salisbury welcomes new professional advisors

By Michelle Keane

Staff Writer

Starting a college career can be a balancing act of classes, exams, work, clubs and personal life. Transitioning from a high school dynamic to college life leaves many incoming freshmen lost in a new and unexplored sea of responsibilities. 752 more words

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