Salem College Republicans: Upcoming Plans

By Nicole Winks Salem College Republicans will attend two conferences to make students aware of the current political movement and of the Republican Party.   These conferences are the North Carolina Women’s Leadership Summit in Raleigh and the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C. Salem College has various political organizations on its campus, including the […]

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Salem Women Abroad: Ruthie in Finland

Lauren Poole, c/o 2013 Lauren “Ruthie” Treadway graduated from Salem College in May of 2012 with a major in Religion and a minor in History. Originally from Kingston, Tennessee and eventually hoping to have a career in archives or museums, Ruthie left the United States for Finland only a week after receiving her diploma. In […]

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Students Against: A Letter

Amendment One is an issue that has unified the Salem College community. Across racial, ethnic, religious, and partisan lines, students have taken a stand against this loose and discriminatory measure. The student legislative body of Salem College voted to pass a resolution standing firmly against Amendment One, making Salem the eighth college campus in North Carolina to do […]

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Regarding the Stop Hate Campaign

Emily Abel, c/o 2013 A quick disclaimer—while I am open to (privately) answering questions regarding the feelings that I experienced in connection with secret societies, I will not be sharing details about the societies themselves or giving out any information about (or names of) their current or former members. I do this in respect for the people who have genuinely tried and are […]

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Killing Us Softly

Kaitlin Hamilton, c/o 2011 When I was a Salem first year, I was required to watch Killing Us Softly 3 (2000) in my College 100 class. I realized then I’d made the right choice in attending Salem. UNC-Chapel Hill does not require all their first years to watch that particular documentary, but it should. In […]

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