Couple’s $1.5 million gift endows SU Honors College

For Bob Clarke and Glenda Chatham, Salisbury University was a special place in 1968. While lining up alphabetically for registration during their freshman year, the two struck up a conversation. In 1972, shortly after Glenda received her bachelor’s in English from SU and Bob marked his second year with the U.S. Air Force, they were […]

Local Public Radio stations to partner in new operation

For more than three decades, Salisbury University’s Delmarva Public Radio and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM have been allies in public broadcasting on the Peninsula. On Wednesday, July 1, they will strengthen that bond with a new partnership to create Delmarva Public Media. The new organization will allow all three stations […]

SU graffiti prosecution resulted in justice

In the fall of last year Salisbury University was thrown under a national microscope. The spotlight of America’s media was suddenly focused on our little hamlet. And people from every corner of this great country wondered – had we forgotten the triumphs of the civil rights movements or the dream of the Rev. Dr. Martin […]

Man sentenced to 18 months in SU graffiti incident

Jerome Kevin Jackson was found guilty Friday of maliciously defacing property in connection with four incidents of racist and threatening graffiti posted on walls at Salisbury University. Jackson, 54, of Princess Anne was sentenced to 18 months in the Wicomico County Detention Center by state District Court Judge Abigail H. Marsh, according to the Wicomico […]

Man will plead guilty in SU racist graffiti incident

A Princess Anne man has been charged in connection with four incidents of racist and threatening graffiti posted on walls at Salisbury University.  Jerome Kevin Jackson, 54, has agreed to plead guilty in District Court on Friday, according to the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office.  Under the terms of the plea agreement, Jackson will pay […]

One On One, May 28, 2020: SU’s Dr. Memo Diriker

The great Dr. Memo Diriker of BEACON at Salisbury University joins us this week to talk about the current health crisis and its effects on the local economy and how businesses need to be positioned as the region enters the next stage of reopenings.

Suspect identified in university racism incident

The Salisbury University Police Department, working with the FBI, has identified a suspect in the racist and threatening vandalism recently discovered on campus. The matter has been referred to the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office for appropriate charges and prosecution. The suspect is not believed to have an immediate connection to the campus. “The racist […]

SU set to honor 741 fall graduates this weekend

Some 741 graduates receive their degrees during Salisbury University’s 94th-year Fall Commencement on Saturday at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. During the ceremony, the SU Alumni Association presents its annual Faculty Appreciation Awards. This year’s recipients are Drs. William Campbell (Nursing) of the College of Health and Human Services, Anjali Pandey (English) of the […]

SU falls to Muhlenberg in football playoffs, 24-8

The sixth-ranked Salisbury University football team’s historic 2019 campaign came to an end in the NCAA Elite Eight as they dropped a 24-8 decision to the fourth-ranked Muhlenberg Mules on Saturday. Muhlenberg, with a 13-0 record, will continue on in the playoffs; Salisbury ends its season with an 11-1 record. In the first quarter, after […]

Sea Gulls to host football playoff against Muhlenberg

The Salisbury University Football Sea Gulls will host another playoff game this Saturday at Sea Gull Stadium in Salisbury. Salisbury advanced over the weekend, when it and its opponent combined for 103 points and 1,051 yards in an offensive slugfest over the No. 13 Union Dutchmen, 62-41. Salisbury now advances to the Elite Eight in […]