by Harold Rivera / Log Sports Editor
It took 160 minutes of hard-nosed rucking, scrumming and tackling, but when the final whistle blew on Sunday afternoon at Alumni Field the Salem State University...Sports
November 16th, 201502by Amuna Abdow / Log Staff Writer
“Hi, I’m officer Tom. Pleasure to meet you,” Officer Thomas Crabtree, a graduate from Salem State University (SSU), said to me as he walks into the waiting room of the Campus police station and explains that he will be my escort for the “civilian ride along.”
Officers Thomas Crabtree and...
November 16th, 201503by Vincent Delaney / Log Staff Writer
In Salem Theatre Company’s 2015 iteration of Shakespeare’s Hamlet — led by director Caroline Watson-Felt — two stars seem to rise far-above an otherwise polished and able cast: actor Ariel Zuckerman’s Hamlet and actress Karin Trachtenburg’s female-inspired Polonia, from Shakespeare’s...
November 16th, 201503By Rebecca Wright / Log News Editor
It’s 8:30 p.m. at night on Tuesday, Oct. 13. Though many students stayed wrapped up in their cozy beds watching Netflix, a decent majority of them could be found in the recently erected Viking Hall Cafe attending the “Debate Watch Party: Democratic Debate” hosted by the Center for Civic...
November 16th, 201500By Alyse Diamantides / Log Copy Editor
Saxophonist Otis Murphy and pianist Haruko Murphy mesmerized Salem State audience members with their incredible musical performance Nov. 2. The husband-and-wife duo changed up the program last minute -- playing personal favorites they felt had to be shared with the audience. The sax player’s...
by Amory Thomas / Log Web Editor
Over the next couple of weeks, students here at Salem State University are going to start feeling the creeping arrival of Finals. From papers to presentations, the...Opinion
by Lilly Miller / Log Staff Writer
Molly Pinto Madigan, Class of 2013, was not sure as to what she wanted to do when her college career began. But with some guidance in and outside of SSU, Molly has...News