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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Salem Spotlight: Ronnie Lewis

JULIA JENNINGS Interview with Ronnie Lewis, Coordinator of Technology Services. Where are you from? And how did you end up in Winston-Salem? I am from Winston Salem and have lived here all my life. I had the opportunity to move away from Winston-Salem twice for jobs, but stayed local.  In 1999, PepsiCo moved my helpdesk […]

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The Vagina Monologues

DENAE RABINETTE The Vagina Monologues are an Obie award-winning production created by playwright and activist Eve Ensler, based on real interviews with real women about their vaginas, sexuality, sexual experiences and body image–among other topics. Women of all different ages, races and backgrounds were interviewed – including a six-year-old girl, a dominatrix and an elderly […]

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A Talk With One of Our Own

I sat down with Emily “Em” Ramser, on behalf of The Salemite to discuss the release of her upcoming book, “I Forgot How to Write When They Diagnosed Me”, which will be published by Weasel Press in February 2015. We talked about writing preferences, alien dolphins, and loss of nerve sensation.   SALEMITE: What is […]

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