Salem Hosts Accepted Applicant Overnight

EDEN HAMBY Salem College hosted the annual Accepted Applicant Overnight event on March 11 and 12. This year Salem welcomed roughly 30 students, a significant decrease from numbers in previous years. Students came from several different areas, including all parts of North Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee and South Carolina. Students arrived on campus midday Sunday and […]

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Broke & Hungry: Best (Cheap) Unknown Places to Eat in Winston

SAV FRANZ Mama Zoe Michael’s Located: 2859 Reynolda Rd. I would sell my soul for some decent Greek food, but luckily instead you can just go to Mama Zoe Michael’s and get excellent Greek food for a good price instead. Amazing options for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike from a french toast praline casserole (AMAZING), […]

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Salem Content Creators

EDEN HAMBY In the past decade, digital media has taken over the entertainment industry, with internet and social media platforms being the forefront of new talent. YouTube has become one of the most profitable ventures for new media entertainment, producing creators who are now household names. The Salemite tracked down students who are content creators […]

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Lacrosse kicks off its inaugural season

SOPHIE SHELTON Women’s Lacrosse is the newest addition to the Salem College athletics program. Consisting of 26 team members, the Lacrosse season kicked off in a game against St. Andrews University with a loss of 18-5 on Feb. 16. Salem Lacrosse made history on March 7 with a eight to seven victory in a close […]

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Salem Students on Gun Violence

*All views expressed in the opinion section are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Salemite VERITY WILCHER On Feb. 14, there was yet another school shooting in Parkland, Florida. There were 17 dead and 17 injured. This tragedy sparked yet another debate among Americans–should we be arming teachers? […]

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Celebrating Spring!

NATALIE PATTERSON Spring is here, folks, and you know what that means–giving up on reading, projects and midterms so you can lay in an exhausted stupor in a patch of daffodils, letting the earth open up and swallow your sweet, tired body. This is of course valid, but you can celebrate Spring in other fun […]

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What to do in an Active Shooter Situation

DENAE RABINETTE In recent weeks, Public Safety’s Chief Batista has been conducting training sessions on the Salem College Active Shooter Response Plan. Areas like Salem’s campus are known as “soft targets,” which are places that have low security and thus are particularly vulnerable to attack. It is important to know what to do if something […]

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BADU’s Student-Made Finale Show

MARY DANIELS BADU hosted its annual Black History Month finale show on March 2. The show was student made, student lead and student focused. The BADU finale show was filled with emotional and exciting moments. Salem students Fela Langston, Shania Guy, Imani Brown, Kadrisse McIntosh and Stephanie Arcos performed powerful music and spoken word pieces. […]

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Scholarship Weekend and its impact on prospective students

GABY IORI Students from all over the country make their way to Winston-Salem each February to interview for scholarships, experience campus life and spend a few nights in a dorm with a Salem College student hostess. They attend panels, eat in the Refectory, attend an acapella performance and meet new people. As they do this, […]

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