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May 31, 2010
Outstanding Volleyball Recruits Coming to Salem
The following outstanding volleyball players and students have committed...
May 23, 2010
More New Programs for Fall 2010
A new major, in Public Policy; a minor, in Sport Management; and a new...
May 22, 2010
Graduation 2010 Focus of Journal Article
Former truck driver Mica Walsh, now with a degree, and the fourth sister...
May 20, 2010
Outstanding Scholar/Athletes Headed to Salem in Fall
The following outstanding soccer players and students have committed to...
May 19, 2010
Meek C'10 Wins Fulbright Award
Lauren Meek, C’10, who will graduate this Saturday, May 22, from Salem...
March 7, 2010
Research Project Findings by Salem Graduates, Professor Published
Hannah Ainsworth C’10 recently had an article entitled “Identification of...
Classes Resume — Spring Break
Good Friday (classes meet)
ART EXHIBIT: Zac Trainor: Between Psyche and Matter
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Without further ado ... the Origins of Salem Academy and College.
During the recent C-SPAN tour of Winston-Salem, they talked to Salem's Spring-Serenity Duvall, Chair of the Department of Communications, about her book "Snatched: Child Abductions in U.S. News Media."
Are you ready to watch Origins of "Salem College" this weekend? Tune in to C-SPAN3 at 2:23 p.m. Sunday or 4:23 am Monday.
Salem College Professor of Economics Megan Regan is a Visiting Fellow at the Center for the Study of Economic Mobility at Winston Salem State University. Her current research centers around housing conditions in East Winston. WFDD's David Ford spoke with her to find out why black home values continue to lag far behind, even a decade after the Great Recession.
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