The Salemite is Salem College’s campus newspaper. It is run by a staff of student writers, photographers, and editors. It was converted to an online newsblog in 2010 and resumed its print publication in 2013. The Salemite covers major events on Salem’s campus and in the Winston-Salem community, in addition to topics of interest to the Salem student body – including entertainment, advice, and campus lifestyle.
The Salemite has represented freedom of the press for Salem College since 1920. It strives to be the “uncensored voice of Salem College” by providing students with a resource to express opinions and experiences in an open environment with no fear of repercussion.
Join Our Staff
Positions on the staff are reserved for Salem College students. This includes Fleer students, off campus students, and non-traditional students. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Submitting an application to join the Salemite staff will not guarantee you a position. It is HIGHLY recommended that interested applicants submit writing samples for consideration. Writing samples do not have to be in the journalistic style – they can be essays, research papers, or any other form of expository writing.
No experience in journalism is necessary to apply.
The Salemite currently accepts submissions by non-staff members in the forms of Letters to the Editor or creative writing. Letters to the Editor should be no more than 500 words. Creative writing submissions of over 500 words may be partially published in print.
All submissions must be sent to email@example.com by the 18th of the month to be published.
The Salemite currently only accepts advertisements from members of the Salem College community. Organizations wishing to advertise in the Salemite must submit their advertisement in the form of a high resolution image.
All advertisement submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 18th of the month to be considered for publishing.
The Salemite reserves the right to reject or edit any submissions or advertisements that are deemed unfit for publication.