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Watchtower Coffee and Comics moves into new digs

Watchtower Coffee and Comics set up shop one block west on Main Street before the coronavirus outbreak forced them to close.

New LGBTQ+ writing group aims for diversity

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and the Community Writing Center launched Write It OUT, a writing group for LGBTQ+ SLCC students and the community.

Students sound off on 2020 Democratic primary

SLCC students share their thoughts on the Democratic primary as the coronavirus affects voting in several states.

SLCC students help each other find jobs during crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on local businesses, SLCC students are sharing job opportunities with their unemployed classmates.

SLCC student services go virtual

Several departments and programs are assisting SLCC students remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

Professors shift lectures to remote instruction during COVID-19 pandemic

As SLCC students and professors transition to online-only classes, one professor is creating engaging content to help navigate uncharted territory.

Arts & Entertainment

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.

After legal delay, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to premiere at Grand Theatre

The Rudinplay version of “To Kill a Mockingbird” will premiere at the Grand Theatre on March 26.

‘Andromeda Strain’ adaption to air this Friday on Radio SLCC

SLCC students from several disciplines participated in the production of the "Andromeda Strain" radio drama.

Unique musical within a musical premiering at Grand Theatre

“The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)” premieres Thursday at Salt Lake Community College’s South City Campus.

Lifestyle

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Letter from the Editor: Look for the constants

Globe editor in chief Amie Schaeffer wants to hear from SLCC students as resume their schedules amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Students of every major can gain from the PSL

Emma Fox explains how the Presentation Skills Lab can benefit students from any major.

Letter from the Editor: Sundance preview

The Globe welcomes new editor-in-chief Amie Schaeffer, who invites readers to follow extensive content on the Sundance Film Festival.

Sports

SLCC basketball finds success under first-year coaches

SLCC men's and women's basketball, led by Kyle Taylor and Marcilina Grayer, respectively, recently punched their tickets to their national tournaments.

No. 20 SLCC baseball builds on experience

The Salt Lake Community College baseball team enters the national rankings as they begin conference play.

Photos: SLCC women’s basketball in Bruin Arena

View photos of SLCC women's basketball against CNCC, Snow and USU Eastern.
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ICYMI: 2020 Popular Music Concert

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

Globe News – March 11, 2020

Brian Preece has more on Salt Lake City's state of local emergency, the new Watchtower Coffee & Comics, and SLCC Career Services.

Why students shouldn’t stress about rising tuition costs

SLCC is proposing a tuition increase for the 2020-21 school year.

Globe News – March 4, 2020

Porshai Nielsen and Brian Preece have more on Truth in Tuition, "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the Grand Theatre, and the SLCC student art showcase.

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Watchtower Coffee and Comics moves into new digs

Watchtower Coffee and Comics set up shop one block west on Main Street before the coronavirus outbreak forced them to close.

New LGBTQ+ writing group aims for diversity

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and the Community Writing Center launched Write It OUT, a writing group for LGBTQ+ SLCC students and the community.

Students sound off on 2020 Democratic primary

SLCC students share their thoughts on the Democratic primary as the coronavirus affects voting in several states.

SLCC students help each other find jobs during crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on local businesses, SLCC students are sharing job opportunities with their unemployed classmates.

SLCC student services go virtual

Several departments and programs are assisting SLCC students remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

Professors shift lectures to remote instruction during COVID-19 pandemic

As SLCC students and professors transition to online-only classes, one professor is creating engaging content to help navigate uncharted territory.

The Mill at Miller Campus helps elevate entrepreneurs

Located at Miller Campus, The Mill provides expertise and technical support to local entrepreneurs and small business owners.

ICYMI: 2020 Popular Music Concert

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

Letter from the Editor: Look for the constants

Globe editor in chief Amie Schaeffer wants to hear from SLCC students as resume their schedules amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Globe News – March 11, 2020

Brian Preece has more on Salt Lake City's state of local emergency, the new Watchtower Coffee & Comics, and SLCC Career Services.

Utah may adopt permanent daylight saving time

The passage of Senate Bill 59 puts Utah one step closer to using Mountain Daylight Time on a permanent basis.

Urgent food pickup available through Bruin Pantry

The SLCC Bruin Pantry at South City Campus will distribute boxes of free food Friday from 9 a.m. to noon.

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Watchtower Coffee and Comics moves into new digs

Watchtower Coffee and Comics set up shop one block west on Main Street before the coronavirus outbreak forced them to close.

New LGBTQ+ writing group aims for diversity

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and the Community Writing Center launched Write It OUT, a writing group for LGBTQ+ SLCC students and the community.

Students sound off on 2020 Democratic primary

SLCC students share their thoughts on the Democratic primary as the coronavirus affects voting in several states.

SLCC students help each other find jobs during crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on local businesses, SLCC students are sharing job opportunities with their unemployed classmates.

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