Who Gives a Poop About Gender Neutral Bathrooms

Student Pioneers for Transgender Rights By Kristen Maikoo     It started with a class project and a drive for change. Junior Mikaella Bruce, known to most as Bruce, became interested in establishing gender neutral restrooms on Salem’s campus and began the process during her Not-For-Profit Management course last year.     After learning the basics of public policy […]

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Just go to Sleep: The Real Effects of All-nighters

by Nicole Winks     According to a study out of St. Lawrence University, the average college student has the tendency to believe that all-nighters are beneficial to them and will give them more time not only to study but to retain more information. The actual truth behind the effects of all-nighters is actually rather intense.  In […]

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Words of Wisdom for the Class of 2019

By Lesly Luna   On move-in day your loved ones probably flooded you with advice for this new chapter in your life. A chapter with augmented responsibility and self-accountability in which we are expected to be adults (but really aren’t). Congratulations on making it this far, and I hope you make the most out of the […]

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SCTNow Hosts Art Exhibit to Promote Awareness of Child Trafficking

By Kristen Maikoo On November 6, Salem’s campus organization of Stop Child Trafficking Now (SCTNow) collaborated with the Salem College Art Department and Art Society to host the reception for an art exhibit to increase awareness of child trafficking. Displayed in the June Porter Johnson Gallery in the Fine Arts Center, this event, Illuminating the […]

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Cooking with Corrin Since 1941

Cooking with Corrin Since 1941 By Magdalena Chavez Oftentimes we find ourselves hungry, missing home cooked meals, or simply just feeling like concocting up a new recipe; yet we have little-to-no resources in our respective residence halls. Fill up your eco-clamshells with goodies ingredients from the refectory.   Ingredients: 8 oz of elbow macaroni 2 […]

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