Fashion Spotlight: Lexie Johnson

By Monique Ahmad Senior Lexie Johnson prepares for her future as a career woman by giving insight into professional clothing. For those careers that do not involve wearing the typical pant suit, it is essential for students to keep in mind how to dress professional, yet trendy. Chic outfits can add just that extra spice […]

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Sexy Suzy: Pegging

Hello Dears, If you watch Broad City, you probably know about pegging, when a person with a vagina anally penetrates a person with a penis while wearing a strap-on dildo. This act is gaining popularity because it changes up typical power dynamics and unlocks the amazing potential of the prostate. Often viewed as the equivalent […]

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I’ll Be Brief: March News Shorts

By Nicole Winks US Election 2016: How does it all work? How does the US presidential election work?  In January of 2017, the US will have a new leader, but how does the actual process work?  It is an extensive and expensive process that has many rules and requirements.  In the US, you are not […]

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SGA 2016-17 Election Results

By Sarah Vick The Salemite extends its gratitude to the excellent and efficient election co-chairs, Emily Rutledge and Brianna Youngblood for running this year’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections so well. Congratulations as well to all of the elected officers for the 2016-17 academic year! Here are the final results for Salem’s 2016-17 Student Government […]

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The Addams Family Visits Salem

By Emily Ramser     Wednesday, Morticia Uncle Fester, and Gomez are all here.      Salem College’s Pierrette Players are putting on The Addams Family for the 2016 spring musical. In this musical comedy, based upon The Addams Family television show, Salem students are playing the creepy, kooky roles.     The Addam’s Family stage manager Molly Blanchard refers to […]

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SGA Debate One: Highlights

By Kristen Maikoo Student Government Association (SGA) held their first debates for 2016 candidates yesterday night. Here are some highlights. SGA Presidential candidates Misbah Khan, Ella Hill and Peyton Ellis addressed topics such as inclusivity, communication and connecting with groups at other colleges. Khan was the first to speak on improving communication between the SGA […]

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I’ll Be Brief: February World News Shorts

By Nicole Winks Marco Rubio ad mistakes Canada’s Vancouver for US city Marco Rubio released a new advert for his campaign that promised a return to “morning in America,” however the city that the sun is rising above is the Canadian city of Vancouver.  It was meant to be similar to the Reagan campaign advert […]

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Simoneau at Salem

By Merritt Enright     Choreographer Helen Simoneau may be from Quebec, but she’s no stranger to Winston-Salem, North Carolina.     This February, Simoneau hosted an informal choreography showcase at Salem College. Local fans, students, and colleagues gathered in Salem’s Bryant Hall studio to witness Simoneau’s “Paper Wings” performed by Salem College dancers.       The showcase marked the […]

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Sexy Suzy: The G-Spot

Hello Dears, There is one thing we definitively know about the vagina—we don’t know enough about the vagina. I’m not just saying on a personal level either. Scientists, gynecologists, and sexologists all disagree even over the make-up of the vagina. Sure, we know how things like menstruation and pregnancy work, but much is left unknown […]

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