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Local News
7:45 am
Wed October 22, 2014

Delaware Becoming More Diverse

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The racial and ethnic makeup of Northern Delaware is now headed toward parity by 2060.

That means that it will reflect the kind of diversity that is now found in Philadelphia.

It is part of a long term trend in diversity in counties like Kent and New Castle.

And what had once been virtually all white communities in rural areas like Cecil and Dorchester counties in Maryland have changed dramatically since 1960.

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Local News
12:18 pm
Tue August 5, 2014

SU Gets High Marks From The Princeton Review

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Salisbury University has been ranked in the nation’s top 15 percent in undergraduate education according to “The Princeton Review”.

In the 2015 edition of The Best 379 Colleges it highlighted the school’s diverse student body, commitment to fields of study and the variety of student activities.

Rob Franeck, the guide’s author, said that the outstanding academics were the principle reason for selecting the school.

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Local News
9:15 am
Tue February 4, 2014

Salisbury to Study Lack of Minorities in City Government

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With more than 400 employees the Salisbury’s government work force is less diverse than the city is as a whole.

The Council members agreed to create a task force during a work session last night that would to look at the lack of representation.

Council President Jake Day told the Salisbury Daily Times that at the end of the day the only thing that matters is that “the numbers reflect the numbers of the community.”

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