SLCC clinic offers physical and occupational therapy for patients and hands on training for students.
SLCC has a plan to further improve its level of sustainability college-wide from fleet vehicles to green waste and recycling.
Analogital is Utah Museum of Contemporary Art’s newest exhibit that explores the transition from analogue to digital through works of various artists.
Food columnist Nadhirrah shares the little known history and nutritional benefits of the pomegranate.
The event, in its fourth year, will be a forum for students to meet people from a variety of backgrounds.
SLCC provides a free shuttle service for students, faculty and staff between the South City, Taylorsville Redwood and Meadowbrook Campuses.
Student Life and Leadership holds a night of dinner and music with string remixes of Radiohead tunes.
Arts reporter Derrick Gainsforth reviews local musician and inspiration Jeremiah Maxey from Park City’s Right Hand Band.
Korea is this year’s spotlight country at college’s annual celebration of the Lunar New Year.
Slack key guitarist and musician Makana will be performing at SLCC Tuesday Feb. 26, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.
A lecture was given about the history of an indigenous people in Austrialia and how they how they maintain their language and traditions.
When it comes to basketball at SLCC, many students just don’t have the interest or are simply too busy.