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By Brett Minnick
An NFL season that felt like it began not long ago has reached the midpoint, week 8. Week 7 was a fun and exciting week where some premier matchups, tight games, and blowouts pivoted the direction teams wish to take.
By: Patrick To
Tyrion Lannister is the shortest adult character in the Game of Thrones and has almost no combat skills. It’s a wonder that he is still alive after 7 seasons in such a violent show. Fortunately for Tyrion, combat skills are not the only thing that will keep you alive in the series.
By Zach Peace
On September 20 of 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico. The island had already been hit by Hurricane Irma in the weeks before this category 5 storm devastated the entire island and the 3.4 million Americans who live there. Many if not most of the people who live there still have no access to running water or electricity.
By Colten Hagadus
The Salisbury Falcon football team is 2-2 on the season with wins coming against Catasauqua and Northwestern Lehigh. Learning a new offense, the Falcons were expected to experience a learning curve. However, the Falcons have already matched their win total from last year as head coach Andy Cerco seems encouraged by their play so far. Their losses came against Wilson and Bangor as they were competitive in both games, but just couldn’t pull it off in the end. This week, the Falcons take on powerhouse Notre Dame Green Pond, who ended up winning the league last year. I caught up with Junior lineman Daniel Jennings and asked him how practice went this week and he replied with, “We came in every day and worked hard, practice was crisp, and any mistakes we had were corrected.”
The stigma that AP and honors courses are absolute treacherous waters exists, causing students to steer clear of them completely. In my past four years at Salisbury, I’ve taken all types of courses: regular classes, honors, and AP. Each courses contains their own pros and cons.
By Zach Peace
Nineteen years ago, Disney launched a movie franchise in the form of Mulan. To advertise for this $304 million grossing movie, they partnered with McDonald’s, launching an advertising campaign centered around Szechuan Sauce. This “hot & spicy” dipping sauce, which was only available for a limited time, has since become a legend in urban culture.