Student Life and Leadership hosted its annual Halloween Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 27
The Grand Theater at the SLCC South City Campus has a reputation for being haunted.
“Scratch” the nation-wide sensation that uses a combination of puppetry and live actors can now be seen at SLCC’s Black Box Theater.
A little history about Halloween for all those who have ever wondered where some of the traditions started.
Nadirrah gives ideas to provide a healthy Halloween celebration from Trick-or-Treating to party planning.
Romney compares two versions of the film “Halloween.” The original 1978 film directed by John Carpenter, and the second is the 2007 remake by Rob Zombie.
SLCC focuses on Disability Awareness with a special week long celebration that is packed with informative events, a film screening and inspirational musical performances.
Romney compares two notable adaptations of Bram Stoker’s novel. The first is the 1931 version of Dracula directed by Tod Browning and starring Bela Lugosi. The second is the 1992 version, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Gary Oldman
Laughter Yoga is the unique combination of laughing and yoga breathing, taught free at South City Campus or the Taylorsville Redwood Campus throughout the semester.
The Chess Club at Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville Redwood Campus invites new and veteran players to play and join the club.
HLA courses offer a wide range of activities to encourage lifelong wellness, including social dance I and social dance II.
Each semester SLCC will award four students a semester’s full tuition waiver for those who create exceptional ePortfolios.