The faculty of the Department of History and Political Science will explore contemporary and historical issues relating to the interpretation of the Constitution of the United States.
As part of the Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors, Zinzi Clemmons will discuss her debut novel What We Lose, a finalist selection for the Carnegie Medal, the Aspen Wo
Jessica Singerman: The Shape of the Sky
Exhibition: August 27–October 5
Kevin Calhoun and Eric G. Wilson
Attractive Opposites: Paintings and Readings
The Salem College Chamber Choir, Chorale, and SuperTonix will present a rich tapestry of choral music, featuring Beethoven’s famed Choral Fantasy for piano, orchestra, and choir.
This performance features student choreography, including dance forms ranging from ballet and contemporary modern to hip hop.
Salem’s senior design and studio art students exhibit their senior thesis projects. Some works may contain mature content.
The Senior Thesis Exhibition will be on display through May 18.
The “jack of all trades” Bert introduces us to the troubled Banks family in England circa 1910. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep.