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.
Three new majors will be available during the 2013-2014 academic year.
The Salem Student Government Association Executive Board participated in the NACA Student Government Institute.
Salem College Choirs perform at the Festival of the Aegean in Syros, Greece.
Seven new professors will join the faculty for the 2013-2014 academic year.
The North Carolina Collegiate Sports Information Association (NCCSIA) announced its selections for the 2012 College Division All-State Women's Soccer College Division Team on Wednesday.
The program is sponsored by the American Library Association.
Dr. Thomas Swenson chosen as reader for AP Music Theory exams.
Salem honored the achievement of students and faculty during the annual Honors Convocation ceremony.
The Salem College athletic department celebrated their 2012-2013 year at the Athletic Banquet hosted at the Downtown Deli in Winston-Salem.
The Salem Biology Department placed in the 93rd percentile for the Major Field Test in Biology distributed by the Educational Testing Service (ETS).
Junior Madison Thomas has earned the Congressional Gold Award Medal—Congress’ highest award for young Americans.
Salem alumna Ronda Zelezny-Green C’05 earned a Fulbright Award to research mobile-based social learning in informal settings, and issues of gender, technology and equity in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Great South Athletics Conference has released the final Presidents Cup standings for 2012-13 and Salem College narrowly topped Huntingdon for the title.
Named for Salem's first teacher, the award honors an outstanding senior.
Salem will once again host the breast cancer awareness event on May 4.
The May 2 talk will be the only North Carolina stop on Allende's national book tour.
Student Heather McCracken among the award winners at the BigSURS conference.