In balancing books and play, college football players find it’s a matter of division

WASHINGTON – For the third time in four weeks, the Division III football team at Salisbury University was making final preparations for a trip to face an opposing team. Friday mornings before a trip to another school are busy affairs…

Falcons coach Quinn’s football career took root as Salisbury University player

Before he was the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons preparing for the Super Bowl on Sunday against the New England Patriots, and before he was a highly regarded assistant working through the college and professional ranks, Dan Quinn was a defensive tackle at Salisbury University who dreamed of leading a team.

With Patriots’ eyes on history, Atlanta looks for first Super Bowl win

When the Atlanta Falcons landed at Bush Intercontinental Airport Sunday, 24 hours before the New England Patriots were set to do the same on Monday, the teams enjoyed their final quiet moments of the season.

American Indian Heritage Month kicks off in Salisbury

Governor Hogan recently proclaimed November 2016 as American Indian Heritage Month. Salisbury University hosted its kickoff, the 3rd Annual American Indian Heritage Celebration.

For Some Students and Schools, SATs and ACTs Are Optional

Since the mid-1900s, the SAT and ACT have been staples for many high school students’ college applications and two of the exams most accepted by a majority of schools as proof of classroom capabilities. However, data shows that the number of colleges requiring standardized testing from students is steadily dropping.

Hogan Once Again Grills University System Over Construction

For the second consecutive meeting, the Board of Public Works on Wednesday criticized the University System of Maryland for vague and confusing language in requests for additional construction funding totaling more than $29 million, but eventually voted to approve the projects.

University Construction Projects Draw Governor’s Ire After Officials Ask for Additional Funding

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan — along with the rest of the Board of Public Works — did not hide his irritation with Maryland universities’ request for nearly $35 million in construction funding above original estimates, after officials were unable…

Future Teachers Uncertain About Entering The Common Core Fray

College students studying to be teachers recognize the anxiety in their career field over Common Core

Taxes On Textbooks May Be Kept Without Vote

Delegate Michael D. Smigiel Sr. presented a bill that would eliminate the sales tax for college textbooks. For the seventh time since 2006, it may die without a vote.

Maryland Colleges Join National Movement to Snuff Out Student Smoking

About one-third of Maryland colleges and universities have decided to clear the air and ban smoking on campus.