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We Are Marines

Becoming a Marine is more than just joining a branch of service; it is earning place among an elite group of individuals brought together by common virtues. 73 more words

President Dudley-Eshbach to step down in 2018

By: Chase Gorski

News Editor


“Change is good, for institutions and individuals.”

These were the words that headlined the announcement that after 18 years under President Janet Dudley-Eshbach, Salisbury University will have a new face of the school after June 30, 2018. 264 more words

Betsy DeVos’s Callous Stance on Title IX: A Plea for Mercy

SALISBURY — U.S. Education Secretary of President Trump’s administration, Betsy DeVos, plans to scale back President Obama’s “ambiguous and incredibly broad definitions of assault and harassment.” 410 more words

Field hockey: Late offensive rally leads Sea Gulls to 2-1 win


Sports Reporter


Riding a two-game winning streak heading into Wednesday’s match-up, the Salisbury University field hockey team returned home to face a John’s Hopkins team that had not scored a goal against the Sea Gulls in four-straight games. 688 more words

PACE kickstarts new lecture series: Democracy Across the Disciplines

By: Abby Bivens

Staff Writer


“This is what democracy looks like?!”

This is the question Dr. Sarah Surak posed to the crowd of Salisbury University students, faculty and members of the surrounding community gathered in a Fulton Hall auditorium Monday evening. 394 more words

Wesley & Marymount (Va.) departing CAC


Sports Editor


Other than in football, the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) marks the schedules each season for Salisbury University’s varsity sports. Salisbury has been an important member of the conference since 1993 when the Sea Gulls joined the then-seven team conference. 1,405 more words