African Student Organization to promote culture and awareness

By Rokia Tounkara and Nicole Winks On May 1, 2017, Salem’s newest multicultural organization, the African Student Organization (ASO) was approved by the legislative board. The club’s purpose is to promote the various African cultures, traditions and heritages to Salem College and the greater Salem community. It is a priority of the ASO to promote … More African Student Organization to promote culture and awareness

Students continue protesting for third day

Photo caption: Protest organizers posted a banner with student grievances written all over it above the front entrance to Main Hall and a sign on one of the building’s columns listing aspects for which protesters are advocating a change.   This week, a passerby in Old Salem may notice the front door of Salem College’s Main Hall propped open, … More Students continue protesting for third day

LGBTQIA+ An Educational Series: Transgender Rights

This is an educational series meant to distribute information about subjects of sexuality and gender orientations. This month will be covering the rights of transgender students in the school system. All of our information comes from Trans Equality. Transgender people face a heavy amount of discrimination based on gender identity, and this is no different … More LGBTQIA+ An Educational Series: Transgender Rights

Vagina Monologues: ‘heart-wrenching and comedic’

By Sophia Shelton “If your vagina could speak, what would it say?” It would say that Salem College put on the show of a lifetime. Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues” was performed at Salem College on Feb. 2-4. It was co-directed by Katie Hilderbrand and Nelly Gomez Amaya with co-fundraising by Karina Gonzalez and Dulce … More Vagina Monologues: ‘heart-wrenching and comedic’

Curiosity in Action: Salem students help with TEDx set design

By Eva Andrews TEDxWakeForestU: Power of Curiosity took place on Feb. 18 with the help of several Salem College students who participated in the building of the stage. The team of Salem students consisted of junior Blair Zavitz, sophomore Jessica Ritter, senior Alan Shelton and Veronica Nielsen from the Art and Design department. The rest … More Curiosity in Action: Salem students help with TEDx set design