October Town Hall Review

SADIE MARSH From the Dean of the College: Salem College is building strategic relationships between places involved in academic and student affairs. The College will be working on developing several new Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), like the pathway to pharmacy currently in place with High Point University. Other MOUs are in place with Elon University, Campbell […]

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Center for Women Writers Hosts Embodiment Panel

NATALIE PATTERSON On Friday, Oct. 18, Metta-Sáma and the Center for Women Writers welcomed poets Cameron Awkward-Rich, Rosebud Ben-Oni and Brenda Iijima, as well as self-identified diarist and anti-poet Kenyatta JP García, to each present a talk on the topic of embodiment.  In her introduction of the writers, Metta-Sáma explained that the Embodiment Panel was […]

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Salem Expands Community Partnerships with Articulation Agreement

MEGHAN NELSON Salem College and Forsyth Technical Community College recently signed their new co-admission agreement into effect in a ceremony held at Salem College on Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019. Sandra Doran, the newly appointed President of Salem College and Janet Spriggs, President of Forsyth Technical and Community College, represented their respective schools in the short […]

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Counseling Services Welcomes New Director Robin Campbell

MEGHAN NELSON Salem College welcomes Robin Campbell as the new Director of Counseling. Campbell has over 20 years of experience in the mental health field, most recently at Bennett College where she held the same position for 12 years. She has also worked at a behavioral health hospital in High Point, North Carolina and earned […]

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Safety Abroad: Be Aware, Be Ready, and Be Rude

ELLE  CHIARADIO Recently, I ran into some other Americans while in France. It isn’t something I’d say is uncommon, but nonetheless I was ecstatic to engage in some North American small talk, something that is hard to find amongst the French. After some brief introductions, I was asked the standard question, “Why are you in […]

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The New Poetry Review: Deaf Republic by Ilya Kaminsky

NATALIE PATTERSON Deaf Republic Ilya Kaminsky 2019 Ilya Kaminsky’s much-anticipated second collection is an intricately crafted narrative that orbits the question of silence—silence in a time of unrest, political upheaval, and state violence. Winner of a Whiting Award, a Lannan Literary Fellowship, and a Guggenheim Fellowship, Kaminsky was born in the former Soviet Union and […]

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Studying Abroad Affordably

ELLE CHIARADIO Affordability is perhaps the biggest barrier to college students studying abroad, and it is completely understandable why. One CEA program for studying French language abroad in Paris can cost upwards of $22,803-$31,173 according to the CEA website’s estimate, and unless you’re paying full price at a private university, chances are the cost of […]

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