WE'VE GOT ISSUES
In response to numerous requests from students Blackwell Library will be open during the following times:
Sunday 12/1 11 a.m. to Friday 12/6 10 p.m.
Saturday 12/7 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sunday 12/8 11 a.m. to Friday 12/13 8 p.m.
During overnight hours, there will be no library services, but the library will be open with security.
Mold in Campus housing a recurring issue at SU
BY JACOB TROXELL
Students on campus at Salisbury University have reported mold in their dorm rooms, and have been attempting to solve the problem since they moved in.
Several students in Chesapeake Hall have said they have had mold issues in their closets, rooms, showers and air conditioning units and have tried to fix the problem themselves. Different issues have arisen, including the mold coming and going throughout the year, according to some residents of Chesapeake Hall.
Chesapeake hall is an apartment style residence hall that houses 178 students each year, and was built in 1977.
Football wins Regent’s Cup, ends season proud
BY MITCHELL NORTHAM
Sophomore quarterback John Dunbar scored five total touchdowns as Salisbury University’s football team defeated Frostburg State University 70-14, taking home the Regent’s Cup for the 10th straight time.
Men’s basketball loses to UMES
BY MITCHELL NORTHAM
The Salisbury University men’s basketball team traveled south on route 13 to Princess Anne on Tuesday to face off against the University of Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks, opening the season with a loss of 95-55.
Though the two schools are just miles apart, this would mark the first time in 21 years that the two teams have faced off in the regular season, the Hawks leading the all-time record at 8-3. In their last meeting in 1992 at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center, the Hawks narrowly beat the Sea Gulls 86-80.
Dance students showcase creativity
BY JESSICA GOODELL
Holloway Hall was filled with music, color and movement earlier this month.
The 22 members of the Salisbury University Dance Company displayed their talent in the 24th Annual Fall Dance Showcase.
The dances, which were choreographed by members of the company, fused different styles of dance to a variety of musical numbers.
BY KARA KINNAMON
The end of the semester is bittersweet, but mostly sweet.
As in “Hallelujah, I survived!” sweet.
However, the departing of friends and saying goodbye to a great semester at SU is a little sad for many students. For those of you graduating, this applies now more than ever. You are truly taking a big step, from college to the real world.
But there are still a couple of weeks left, including finals week. Often this includes final presentations, which are loved by some and hated by many.