Salt Lake Community College welcomes Dr. Baohua Wang, who is an expert on Eastern Medicine.
Staying at SLCC and going far is possible with the University Center.
Student Life and Leadership brings students a new social media option. It promises to make it easier to keep up on campus events, as well as provide another eportfolio platform.
It’s been a rough year for UofU basketball, which is just one adjustment Parrish has had to get used to as the team’s new director of basketball operations.
It’s been a good week for SLCC Softball, and Men’s and Women’s Basketball.
The veteran sportscaster speaks at the South City campus on Feb. 22, where he shares his experiences interviewing sports stars and U.S. presidents.
Professor David Oshinsky will speak about corruption and injustice in the infamous 1950s Congressional hearings. He will appear alongside the Grand Theatre’s March 7 production of “the Crucible”
SLCC professor speaks about growing up as an African American in the segregated south.
Accomplished Army officer began his career with the Reserve Officer Training Corps program.
Salt Lake City is a big market for eReaders, and libraries have responded to the demand.
Makoto Nakai, Ph.D. speaks about the future of the Japanese economy, and warns of the dangers of stubbornly fixed thinking in Japanese industry.
Bruins coaches recruit 13 new athletes from Utah, California, and Nevada.