Project MoRE is Dancing Its Way Onto Campus

By Emily Ramser Photos courtesy of Heidi Echols     Project MoRE presented its first dance performance this Jan Term on Jan. 27.     Hosted by the Department of Dance Studies at Salem College, Project MoRE is an ongoing movement research project, which explores how arts and sciences interact through dance. The project includes presentations, performances, community classes, […]

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Salem Cleans up its Act

By Mackenzie Confer If anything has been thoroughly glossed over in the presidential debates and campaigns, it is most certainly climate change and environmental impact. Bernie Sanders has been quoted as saying climate change is the greatest threat to national security; whether or not you personally agree, environmental impact is something that should be discussed. […]

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Who Invited the Fleas?

By Kristen Maikoo Photo by Kristen Maikoo From left to right: Cedric Macon, George Morales, and Scott McNeely.     As students left campus for winter break, there remained no further reports of fleas since early October when students reported having flea bites. Fleas do not arrive uninvited, however; they always appear accompanied by a host.     According […]

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Anime vs. Cartoons: Ready? Fight!

By Nicole Winks Cover image via Pascal For fans of anime, there is a common question asked by friends and family. That question goes something like this: “Why are you watching cartoons?  Aren’t you a little old for that?”  The answer to that question is simple. No.  Anime and cartoons are quite different.  Anime is […]

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Winter Hair Revival

By Eva Andrews Is your hair feeling lackluster, dry or brittle? Don’t the winter winds steal your lush from your locks. With a few simple steps and a small budget, you can have that picture perfect hair you’ve been missing. It all starts with an avocado hair mask. Avocado does an amazing job at conditioning […]

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Salem College Cancels January Study Abroad Trips

By Sarah Vick Image via rovein Urban Capture     Due to security concerns, Salem College is canceling the January 2016 study abroad trips to Spain and Italy. The U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert that extends through February 24, 2016.     Susan Calovini, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs and Dean of the […]

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