New voter ID amendment poses obstacles to students

LAUREN KAY CHIARADIO In the 2018 midterm, North Carolinians were given the ability to vote for passing a voter ID amendment to the Constitution of North Carolina. Of those who voted on the amendment, 55.5 percent voted in favor, making the amendment law. This new amendment, unless struck down by the courts, requires that all […]

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Voting 101: Registration and Where to Go

By Kadia King America has borne witness to one of its most contentious election cycles in the past year.  It is important to vote and let your voice be heard. Here’s some information you’ll need to get ready to cast your vote in November. How To Register You have to be registered to vote.  Registering […]

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Students Marching for Justice

  By Lesly Luna On Feb. 13, thousands of activists gathered at the 10th Annual Moral March in downtown Raleigh. Salem students that volunteer for grassroots organization Democracy North Carolina attended the event to personally raise awareness about the role of money in politics and voter participation. Sophomore Rokia Tounkara made the trip to Raleigh […]

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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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