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YMCA brought families together through community Easter egg hunt

By: Emily Conner

One by one, children enter and are greeted with smiles and candy at every corner. The evening is filled with music, crafts, games and a bouncy house. 547 more words

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Salisbury Easter Egg Hunt Unites Community with SU

By  Kim Moseman

It is no secret that the city of Salisbury and Salisbury University have not always seen eye to eye.

But because of events such as the first annual Salisbury University Community Easter Egg Hunt, many students, faculty and locals believe that city and school relations are improving and benefitting the entire community. 917 more words

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Tim Kennard River Run: A fun community atmosphere and a successful finish

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I showed up at Sunday’s Tim Kennard River Run in my short-sleeved Eastern Shore Running Club shirt and shorts, and I’m sure there were people who thought I was crazy for wearing that. 1,332 more words

Homelessness resides in the Salisbury community

By: Marguerite Haddad

PACE at Salisbury University brought awareness to the campus about homelessness in our community Thursday.

PACE brought members of the Salisbury community who are around the homeless, to talk about what the students on campus could do to help. 712 more words

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Salisbury University's African Student Association bringing cultures together through language

By: Emily Conner

Smiles crowd the room as friends greet one another with embrace. Vibrant music fills the air while people who enter dance and chat with those around them, something like a family reunion. 564 more words

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Local women define black identity

By: Melissa Reese

Soulful, R & B music by artists, such as Brandy and TLC, played as students dallied around the room, mingling with their peers. 1,489 more words

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Baseball, sibling rivalry

A middle-aged lady knocks on the press box window at American Legion Field at Dan Daniel Park in Danville, Virginia. All 12 of us in the box moan and try to ignore her, thinking she was wanting us to turn on the outside ceiling fans, and we couldn’t be bothered. 1,364 more words