Farewell Letter from the Editor

by Sarah Vick Editor-in-Chief     The Salemite began in 1920 as a student-run publication. To understand The Salemite as it is now, it is necessary to know its history. From 1920- 2010, The Salemite went through phases of printing weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly. There used to be multiple classes within the communication department that worked to […]

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Kimmy Bailey, Ghost Hunter

By Emily Ramser Photo by Wacline Cius     Founded in 1772 with two graveyards close by, Salem College is known for its supposed ghosts. A Google search using the keywords “Salem College” and “ghosts” brings up numerous posts from various haunting sites and blogs. Many students, including Kimmy Bailey C’16, agree that Salem’s campus is not […]

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Salem Students Rock Out At Open Mic Night

This fall Incunabula, Salem’s literary magazine, hosted its annual Open Mic Night on Clewell Patio. Each year Incunabula hosts an Open Mic Night to introduce first-years to the magazine. In addition, they used the event this year as a fundraiser. They sold donated books for a few dollars. The catch, however, was that the buyer […]

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Café Concerts Rock the Student Center

This year, CAB (Campus Activities Board) is introducing something new: Café Concerts. CAB is having musicians of all types of genres from various places come to Salem’s campus to perform for students each Thursday. The Café Concerts are similar to last year’s Live at the Lily, which they are replacing, but they bring something new […]

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