What’s in the Salem College Archives?

NATALIE PATTERSON AND SAV FRANZ The Archives is Salem College’s most fascinating, yet also most underutilized, corner resource, and it is located right under our feet in the basement of Gramley library. The Archives is a treasure trove of intimate histories and artifacts from Salem’s years of antiquity. It is run by Terry Collins and […]

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Annual Diversity Monologues Embrace Vulnerability

GABY IORI Salem put on another successful Diversity Monologues on Wednesday, Nov. 14, in Bryant Hall, where many brave students were able to stand up and share their stories with their peers. Topics ranged from identity to sexuality, with many more in between. The Monologues are a way for students to get to know each […]

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CAB Visit to Smith Hollow Farm

GABY IORI On October 28, Salem’s Campus Activities Board arranged for a group of students to take a Sunday trip to Smith Hollow Farm in Kernersville and have an afternoon full of pumpkins, corn mazes, and farm animals. The visit was a great stress-reliever right before the grind of finals began. Visitors were able to […]

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Admissions rebrands, showcases Salem College today

OLIVIA CHIPI By now, everyone has noticed the billboards, the television commercial, the social media ads – all boasting the same bold white text: “Today at Salem College.” But this new line of advertisements is not the only change to occur relating to Salem College’s advertisements. “We’ve been charged to reinvigorate what we’ve been doing…[give] […]

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Salem Spirits and Folklore

SAV FRANZ With sports teams called the Salem Spirits, it’s hard to deny the paranormal lore that is deeply ingrained in Salem College’s culture. Established in 1772, Salem’s age also attributes a great deal to the speculation of ghosts and other paranormal specters that supposedly walk the halls of various dorms and academic buildings of […]

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Fall Fest: Class of 2020 Still Has The Vision

SOPHIE SHELTON On Sept. 19, 2018, the echoing of drums and cheers could be heard from Salem College’s residence halls mere minutes before the sun rose. The Winston Salem State University’s marching band had arrived, with the senior class of 2019 trailing along right behind them. Their pots, pans, noise makers and cheering blared in […]

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Bookmarks Festival 2018 Educates and Entertains Winston-Salem

NATALIE PATTERSON The Bookmarks Festival of Books & Authors was hosted once again by Bookmarks, a bookstore and literary arts organization, in downtown Winston-Salem September 6-9, featuring authors, panels and exhibitors, book readings, food trucks, book signings, and book sales. The festival officially began here at Salem College on Thursday, September 6, with keynote speaker […]

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