Washington Post Journalist Killed in Turkey

DENAE RABINETTE Jamal Khashoggi, a journalist and author from Saudi Arabia who frequently openly criticized the country’s governance, was killed in a Saudi consulate in Turkey sometime around Oct. 2, 2018. Khashoggi was visiting the consulate to arrange paperwork for him to marry his Turkish fiance. Surveillance footage shows Khashoggi entering the consulate, but no […]

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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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Wildlife Rambles: Eastern Chipmunk

JULIA JENNINGS Objectively one of the cutest inhabitant of Salem’s campus, the eastern chipmunk is also one of the hardest to catch on camera–especially during the winter when they hibernate in their burrows. Although dubbed the “eastern” chipmunk, this small rodent is not found in the eastern part of North Carolina and are most densely […]

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Salem Seniors Attend Universities Studying Slavery Symposium

SOPHIE SHELTON Salem seniors Jessi Bowman and Alanna Natanson attended “Universities, Slavery, Public Memory, and the Built Landscape”, a four-day symposium at The University of Virginia as a part of the Universities Studying Slavery organization. The symposium took place between Oct. 18 and 21. Programs consisted of panels, paper presentations and an excursion to three […]

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