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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The United Nations Turns 70

By Haley Mills     On Oct. 24,  2015 the United Nations (UN) celebrated its 70th birthday.  Founded in 1945, the purpose of the UN is “to encourage global development, promote global security and provide refuge for those who have not been guaranteed human rights,” as stated on the official UN website. Since the organization was founded, […]

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Students for Sensible Drug Policy

By Regina Pearson Photo by Utang Enyenihi      On Thursday, September 22, Salem’s chapter of Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) had their first meeting. Led by the organization’s president, Utang Enyenihi C’18, the meeting drew a sizable number of students; approximately twenty were in attendance. The club’s officials provided background information about SSDP […]

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Fall Fest Through the Eyes of the First Years

The class of 2018 set foot on campus in August and seem to feel very included in all of the events that have been happening on campus. The first years, along with getting adjusted to campus, have expressed that they feel inclusion with many of the events that they have attended on campus. Along with […]

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