SU only USM school with in-person classes

SALISBURY — When Salisbury University students returned to campus in August for the first time since being sent home abruptly last March as a precaution against COVID-19, SU President Charles Wight made them a promise: The University would do its best to let them stay there through the end of the semester in December.This week, […]

SU completes pool renovation

SALISBURY — At the beginning of March, Salisbury University’s Maggs Physical Activities Center Pool began its renovations to upgrade the facility. After eight long months, the pool was ready to open. “I want to thank Dr. Charles Wight and the rest of the University Administration for supporting the pool renovation project,” said Dr. Gerry DiBartolo, […]

Johnston is NCAA Woman of the Year finalist

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Salisbury University field hockey standout Arielle Johnston was named Oct. 15 as one of the nine finalists for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award. Nine finalists, three women from each NCAA division, were selected for their outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, community service and leadership. Johnston is only the second […]

Gulls begin practices, prepare for seasons

SALISBURY — On July 21, the Capital Athletic Conference and Salisbury University announced the suspension of fall sports competitions. A week later, the New Jersey Athletic Conference released its suspension news which affected the football team.Instead of being defeated by the news, SU student-athletes, coaches, and support staff got creative in how to deliver a […]

Mayo, Rosen join UM Shore Medical Group-Surgery

EASTON — Kyle Maio, physician assistant, and Kelsey Rosen, nurse practitioner, joined UM Shore Medical Group – Surgery this summer. Maio, a graduate of Salisbury University, earned his physician assistant certificate in 2019 through the joint program offered by Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Maryland at Baltimore. In the course of that […]

10th Photo Festival sets record

SALISBURY — The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University hosted the 10th annual Art in Nature Photo Festival entirely online this year. The festival took place virtually July 10–12 with the help of a sophisticated digital platform that enabled a panel of international judges to deliberate on the record-breaking number of photo submissions from […]

Message Wall: Neighbors are sharing their ideas, support

Dorchester BannerCAMBRIDGE — As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, local groups are reaching out to spread the word about changes to their events and schedules. It remains a good idea to check on the status of goods and services before leaving home.The Banner compiled a list of announcements over the previous week, which […]

Hallett’s work has an impact on students

SALISBURY — Most final projects mean an end to a course and the conclusion of a semester. At Salisbury University, however, one graduate student’s final project could have a lasting impact on nursing students for years to come. Brooke Hallett of Hurlock developed a pediatric seizure simulation for SU’s Richard A. Henson Medical Simulation Center […]

Town Square, May 6, 2020

Town Square is an opinion column to which readers can submit their views. As a true community newspaper, we’re always looking for ways to include local thought and pertinent viewpoints. This column is a way to share those thoughts. Civility and fair comment will always prevail.Protesters from the group Reopen Maryland traveled from Frederick to […]

SU sings the praises of performing students

SALISBURY — Salisbury University students and faculty in the Music, Theatre and Dance Department made quick adjustments for this year’s National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-Atlantic Region auditions, which turned to an online video format from the original in-person auditions scheduled for March 13-14 in Columbia, S.C. The students’ flexibility paid off, with seven […]