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A nation in isolation: Pandemic creates feelings of loss

People of all ages struggle with the uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus.

Gov. Herbert approves mask mandates in Salt Lake, Summit counties

Salt Lake and Summit counties' latest public health orders, which require the use of face coverings, went into effect Saturday.

Fire breaks out at Taylorsville Redwood Campus

A two-alarm fire consumed the Applied Technology Building at Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Monday.

The Globe congratulates SLCC’s Class of 2020

The Globe's student staffers have a special message for Salt Lake Community College's Class of 2020.

Utah primary voting: What you need to know

Learn why the June 30 primary has captured the attention of several thousand Utah voters.

Bruin Pantry restarts indoor distribution

The Bruin Pantry has resumed indoor operations at Taylorsville Redwood and South City campuses, but there are a few things to know before you go.

Arts & Entertainment

4 Hulu originals to stream this summer

Stay safe this summer and stream these popular Hulu originals.

SLCC debuts Lunch Bucket Open Mic

The Lunch Bucket Open Mic gives students a place to read their poetry to a live audience.

4 shows and films to stream during quarantine

If you're looking for something to watch during the COVID-19 pandemic, Porshai Nielsen has a few suggestions.

ICYMI: 2020 Popular Music Concert

The Popular Music Concert celebrated what SLCC music students have to offer.

Fashion is blooming this spring at SLCC

The SLCC Fashion Institute has several events scheduled in the remaining weeks of spring semester.

Flying Words Project showcases ASL literature

Flying Words Project visited South City Campus on March 7. View photos from the ASL poetry performance featuring Peter Cook and Kenny Lerner.

Lifestyle

Blackout Tuesday: Instagram event hits unintended snag

The #BlackoutTuesday social media campaign to honor George Floyd on June 2 caused some unintended confusion among Instagram followers.

OPINION

Op-ed: Coping with COVID-19

Curtis Larsen, the assistant vice president of Student Services, has a message for SLCC students affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

A message from President Huftalin: SLCC remains committed to undocumented students

SLCC President Deneece Huftalin reacts to Thursday's Supreme Court DACA decision.

Op-ed: How George Floyd-inspired protests inspired me

SLCC student Aramis Hicks shares his thoughts and feelings about the protests that took place on May 30.

Sports

NBA announces plan to restart 2019-20 season

The Utah Jazz will likely return to the hardwood next month as the National Basketball Association unveiled a plan to restart the 2019-20 season.

Hall of Fame coach, Jazz legend Jerry Sloan dies at 78

Brian Preece looks back on the life and career accomplishments of former Utah Jazz coach and NBA Hall of Famer, Jerry Sloan.

Justice Hill races to Murray State after ‘incredible’ season at SLCC

Bruin point guard Justice Hill earned NJCAA First Team All-American honors before coronavirus canceled the 2019-20 men's basketball tournament.
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The Globe congratulates SLCC’s Class of 2020

The Globe's student staffers have a special message for Salt Lake Community College's Class of 2020.

The semester that was: Spring 2020 at SLCC

Alex Brown recaps the unprecedented spring 2020 semester at Salt Lake Community College.

Globe News – May 7, 2020

Zackery Western and Brian Preece have more on summer courses at SLCC, the upcoming virtual commencement ceremony, and gardening during the pandemic.

Globe News – April 20, 2020

Watch this episode of Globe News for more about summer registration, relief for students during COVID-19, and the virtual student art showcase.

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People of all ages struggle with the uncertainty caused by the novel coronavirus.

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Salt Lake and Summit counties' latest public health orders, which require the use of face coverings, went into effect Saturday.

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Curtis Larsen, the assistant vice president of Student Services, has a message for SLCC students affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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A two-alarm fire consumed the Applied Technology Building at Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Monday.

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SLCC President Deneece Huftalin reacts to Thursday's Supreme Court DACA decision.

The Globe congratulates SLCC’s Class of 2020

The Globe's student staffers have a special message for Salt Lake Community College's Class of 2020.

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Learn why the June 30 primary has captured the attention of several thousand Utah voters.

NBA announces plan to restart 2019-20 season

The Utah Jazz will likely return to the hardwood next month as the National Basketball Association unveiled a plan to restart the 2019-20 season.

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Gov. Herbert approves mask mandates in Salt Lake, Summit counties

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Curtis Larsen, the assistant vice president of Student Services, has a message for SLCC students affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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