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Brief power outage causes hiccup for Sundance festivalgoers

A brief power outage in Kimball Junction caused a traffic backup onto Interstate 80 on the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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Brief power outage causes hiccup for Sundance festivalgoers

A brief power outage in Kimball Junction caused a traffic backup onto Interstate 80 on the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Road Home closure pushes homeless community to adapt

The Road Home closed its doors in November, creating big changes for Salt Lake City's homeless population.

SLCC, U. form crew to build electric car

Students from Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah teamed up to build an electric car.

Call of the wild: Saul Gilbert, climbing high in Utah’s outdoors

When not working as a painter for Salt Lake Community College, Saul Gilbert fuels his passion for rock climbing and exploring the outdoors.

Under pressure: An insight into student mental health

Students facing a mental health crisis need to seek help before tragedy strikes.

Student debt leads to slippery slope of financial worry

The cost of education and a lack of financial literacy are two main reasons why American college students own trillions in student loan debt.

Arts & Entertainment

‘Good Taste’ exhibit mixes good eats and good looks

Salt Lake Community College is hosting a fashion exhibit featuring several designs by alumnus Michael Ryan Andolsek.

Slamdance preserves power of unique storytelling

The Slamdance Film Festival offers another venue for independent filmmakers to showcase their work.

Sundance 101: celebrating more than 40 years of film

Study the basics on how to navigate the Sundance Film Festival.

How to enjoy Sundance in Salt Lake City

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival begins this week. Check out some of the events happening in Salt Lake City.

SLCC professor releases new book on Amazon

SLCC adjunct professor Bill Kilpack is also a nationally published freelance writer.

Sparks fly: Richard Prazen perfects the art of metal

Globe photographer Will Samsky recently visited his shop of Richard Prazen, who teaches metal sculpting at Salt Lake Community College.

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OPINION

Letter from the Editor: Take the leap

As she begins her tenure as editor-in-chief of The Globe, Jenna Warby invites students to take a leap into the unknown.

‘Keep a Bruin Warm’ shields students from the cold

Kelly Brown recaps the "Keep a Bruin Warm" donation drive and encourages SLCC students and faculty to support those in need.

Donations, volunteers needed to ‘Keep a Bruin Warm’

One SLCC student seeks donations and volunteers for a clothing drive to fight campus poverty.

Sports

New head basketball coaches look to continue SLCC’s winning tradition

Salt Lake Community College started the 2019-20 basketball seasons with two new head coaches: Kyle Taylor and Marcilina Grayer.

Grayer begins new era of SLCC women’s basketball

SLCC turns to former player and longtime assistant Marcilina Grayer to lead the women’s basketball team.

SLCC baseball looks to benefit from new turf

SLCC Athletics installed new FieldTurf at Cate Field in preparation for the 2020 baseball season.
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Great Utah ShakeOut drills SLCC students in earthquake preparedness

Students were asked to drop, cover and hold on earlier this month for the statewide earthquake drill.

Cash and Keep is a different kind of textbook buyback program

Students can sell their textbooks now and still use them through the end of the semester. Ana Maria Durango has the details.

SLCC Dance Company ready for spring concert

The college's dance troupe will perform "Our Dance Language" on April 10 and 11. Learn more about SLCC Dance Company and view rehearsal photos.

Art exhibit brings appreciation for diversity

Students from various backgrounds submitted original artwork for the Multicultural Art Exhibit. Find out who won awards.

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Brief power outage causes hiccup for Sundance festivalgoers

A brief power outage in Kimball Junction caused a traffic backup onto Interstate 80 on the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

‘Good Taste’ exhibit mixes good eats and good looks

Salt Lake Community College is hosting a fashion exhibit featuring several designs by alumnus Michael Ryan Andolsek.

Slamdance preserves power of unique storytelling

The Slamdance Film Festival offers another venue for independent filmmakers to showcase their work.

Road Home closure pushes homeless community to adapt

The Road Home closed its doors in November, creating big changes for Salt Lake City's homeless population.

Sundance 101: celebrating more than 40 years of film

Study the basics on how to navigate the Sundance Film Festival.

SLCC, U. form crew to build electric car

Students from Salt Lake Community College and the University of Utah teamed up to build an electric car.

How to enjoy Sundance in Salt Lake City

The 2020 Sundance Film Festival begins this week. Check out some of the events happening in Salt Lake City.

Call of the wild: Saul Gilbert, climbing high in Utah’s outdoors

When not working as a painter for Salt Lake Community College, Saul Gilbert fuels his passion for rock climbing and exploring the outdoors.

Under pressure: An insight into student mental health

Students facing a mental health crisis need to seek help before tragedy strikes.

SLCC professor releases new book on Amazon

SLCC adjunct professor Bill Kilpack is also a nationally published freelance writer.

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Brief power outage causes hiccup for Sundance festivalgoers

A brief power outage in Kimball Junction caused a traffic backup onto Interstate 80 on the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

‘Good Taste’ exhibit mixes good eats and good looks

Salt Lake Community College is hosting a fashion exhibit featuring several designs by alumnus Michael Ryan Andolsek.

Slamdance preserves power of unique storytelling

The Slamdance Film Festival offers another venue for independent filmmakers to showcase their work.

Road Home closure pushes homeless community to adapt

The Road Home closed its doors in November, creating big changes for Salt Lake City's homeless population.

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