Campus Activities Board (CAB)
The Campus Activities Board is responsible for sponsoring diverse social and entertainment programs both on and off campus. These programs include parties, special events, dances and mystery trips. Dances include Fall Lawn Party, Semi-Formal, Formal and Spring Cocktail. Elected students form the CAB Executive Board.
MAGE Guild was founded in fall 2017 as a way to offer a community space for all things nerdy. This organization runs events, such as Dungeons and Dragons parties, Marvel Movie Nights, Harry Potter Potion Making, and Video Game tournaments. There are a variety of events designed to cater to everyone’s inner nerd. All members of the Salem Community are welcome to be a part of MAGE Guild!
Women in Nature (WIN)
Our new Women in Nature (WIN) program spans both our leadership and wellness initiatives as it provides students with empowerment through experiences in the great outdoors! Professors and staff members lead women-only outings that include hiking, camping, and kayaking adventures.
Incunabula is the arts magazine of the Salem College community and consists of creative works (arts, music, prose, poetry, and photography) submitted by Salem students, alumnae, faculty, and special guests. The staff members gather submissions, proofread, and edit the magazine. New staff members are welcomed each year.
The Salemite has been serving the Salem community since 1920. It originated as the campus newspaper and was recently transferred to a WordPress blog in 2010 at thesalemite.wordpress.com. In keeping with Salem’s tradition of open and thorough communications, The Salemite keeps the campus informed of events both within and beyond the Square. Some opportunities available to staff members include writing articles, selling advertisements, drawing graphics, taking pictures, and working on the layout of the paper. The Salemite accepts articles written by any Salem student. To submit an article or request a staff application, email email@example.com.
Sights and Insights
Sights & Insights is Salem’s yearbook. It includes the major events of the year. Students are needed for photography, artwork, design layout, and to sell advertising.
Sights and Insights