Salem Wins “Distinguished Delegation” in NYC

By Eva Andrews Salem College’s Model United Nations has attended Model United Nations conferences for roughly thirty years. Each college that attends the conference acts as a delegate of different countries. This year, Salem students represented delegates of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) over spring break. About 14 students, including Head Delegate […]

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“Deadpool Says Terrible Things”

By Emily Ramser       Deadpool, the wise-cracking, fourth-wall breaking superhero has a movie. So far, a lot of feedback on the movie has been positive, but some students at Salem are not quite as happy with it.      “I’m considering not seeing it because I’ve heard it relies on transmisogynistic humor at some points,” says senior […]

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POSSE STI Screening

by Shannon Salzman     We all know that getting tested regularly is important.  In many cases, it is possible for one to contract a sexually transmitted infection (STI) without any symptoms. Luckily, free STI screenings are available on campus through a program from the Forsyth County Department of Public Health called Preventing Ongoing Spread of STIs […]

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