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The City Of Brotherly Love Steals Game 1 In Boston
By: Anthony Riquelmy Just as any other playoff game in TD garden, the Celtics arena was electric Monday, May 1. The two-seeded Boston Celtics faced off against the three-seeded Philadelphia 76ers in game one, and it couldn’t have been better for Boston as Joel Embiid was listed as unavailable for the game. It was exciting…
What is The Point of Cancel Culture?
By: Livi Cudd In today’s pop culture, the term ‘Cancel Culture’ seems to be used whenever a celebrity gets massive amounts of hate. By this point, we all have an idea of what Cancel Culture is in our society, but according to Merriam-Webster’s definition, Cancel Culture is “the mass withdrawal of support from public figures…
Last Twirl to Wildwood: Salisbury Twirlers
Seniors, Mia Bernard, Izzy Gualano, and Alexis Stroble twirl at their last home competition. Alongside many other teammates, such as Haylee Leayman, the twirlers saved their best show for last. The Salisbury twirlers leave for Wildwood on Thurdsay, May 4 and stay till Sunday, May 7 to compete in their biggest competion of the season. Best of…
The Class of 2023 Prepare to “Spring” into Their Last Musical Concert
By: Kate Smith The Rivers Are Running Again with the Salisbury music department! On Tuesday, May 2, a night of free and enjoyable music will be shared with the public. Your local Salisbury musicians have been preparing since early January 2023 for this upcoming show. Performances from choral, acapella, and instrumental groups will take place,…
Exclusive: Opening Night of FRIEND
Written By: Destynie Lichtenwalner FRIEND is a short film that was created and produced by Salisbury High School’s junior, Charlie Morton. This being Morton’s latest project, the provoking short film is bound to be celebrated. FRIEND is exclusively primering Friday, April 28, 2023 in the Salisbury High School auditorium. The film focuses on and explores…
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He Said/She Said: Starbucks vs Dunkin
By: Hanin Suleiman This debate has been going on for a while: which restaurant is better? Starbucks or Dunkin? In my experience, “I believe that Starbucks is amazing in the summer, while Dunkin is spectacular all year round.” Addison Paulik, a Junior in Salisbury High School, believes that Starbucks is dominant to Dunkin. Autumn’s opinion…
He Said/She Said: Should Phones be allowed in class?
By: Hanin Suleiman There is a new generation coming. This has led to changes in the way that they are being raised. Now they are growing up with devices such as phones, and phones are clearly becoming an addiction for students. They take them to the mall, use them at home, take them to school,…
He Said/She Said: What’s the difference between Honors and Regular Classes?
By: Hanin Suleiman What’s the difference between the ninth grade honors classes and regular classes? Olivia Cudd and I agree that Honors American Cultures, which is taught by Mrs. Kennedy, is the most difficult Honors class as a freshman. Olivia Cudd and I are in the Honors American Cultures 1 class while Ashley Frei is…
He Said/She Said: A Lunch vs B Lunch vs C Lunch
By: Hanin Suleiman In Salisbury High School, there are different times for lunch based on the teacher you have for 3rd block and which day it is. Lunch A is at 11:05, lunch B is at 11:47 and lunch C is at 12:27. The question is, which lunch is better? There are days when you…
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