Two Salem College students attended the Interfaith Leadership Institute in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by the Interfaith Youth Core.
Salem students enrolled in specialized courses, completed internships and independent studies, and studied abroad during Jan Term 2014.
A collection of music recordings and equipment was recently donated to Salem College by the late Dr. John Hammack's family. This gift quadruples the current number of recordings available in Salem's music library.
Salem College students compete in the 2014 NCICU Ethics Bowl in Raleigh, NC.
The Salem Spirits basketball team finishes a record season 19-4 and will play in the Great South Tournament as the number one seed.
Miracle Thomas has been selected to perform at a master class for the North Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing competitions.
Dr. John Hutton, associate professor of Art has been invited to attend a seminar with the Council of Independent Colleges in Chicago later this year.
The Salem College Spirits basketball team is on a 16 game winning streak as they approach the end of the season.
Members and friends of the Salem community commemorated Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday by participating in a symbolic march through downtown Winston-Salem on Monday, January 20.
The Salem College soccer team will travel to Costa Rica from January 11-19, 2014 to play in four soccer matches and learn about local architecture.
Salem Soccer earns automatic bid to NCAA and will travel to Thomas More College in Northern Kentucky to take on Hanover College of Indiana in the first round.
Charles A. Blixt, Chair of the Board of Trustees of Salem Academy and College has announced the membership of the Presidential Search Committee.
Salem music professor Thomas Swenson is the new North Carolina Music Teachers Association President.
Professor Krishauna Hines-Gaither received the 2013 Higher Education Teacher of the Year from the Foreign Language Association of North Carolina.
The Salem College soccer team have joined hands with the National Foundation for Cancer Research to participate in its fundraising campaign entitled Play4theCure, in which sports teams across the country are invited to participate by committing to donate proceeds from at least one game to NFCR.
Students were inspired by women CEOs during the Lean-In panel discussion at the Women's Conference: Developing Emerging Professionals.
Two Salem students participated in the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge in Washington, DC.
Dr. John Hutton illustrated the 2013 holiday card for the White House Historical Association.
The historic 1965 Flentrop Organ in Shirley Recital Hall was renovated earlier this year.
Alumna Monica Boyd joins the Office of Student Affairs.
Salem College will again welcome Triad-area college students to campus for a day of professional development, networking and inspiration as the school hosts its second annual Women’s Conference, Developing Emerging Professionals, Saturday, September 21, 2013.
Pauly will retire on June 30, 2014.
Jennifer Stokes C’96 will serve as Director of College Alumnae Relations.
This year's first-year class is expected to be the largest since 1972.