Students and members of Student Life and Leadership gathered to make blankets for the homeless and watch “The Blind Side.”
Writer Billy Ditzig gives the lowdown on the upcoming Black Friday.
The Bruins women’s basketball team lost all three games at the Junior College Women’s National Invitation Tournament in Midland, Texas. The women’s basketball team plays again on Wednesday Nov. 27 at the SLCC LAC.
Transgender individuals killed because of their gender identity were memorialized with a candlelight vigil and a reading of names on Nov. 20.
Staff Writer Carolyn Cox writes about her experience attending the International Transgender Day of Rememberance and challenges readers to step outside of their comfort zone, if only for a moment.
Hunger is a real horror that affects 20 percent of Utah children.
Assistant Editor Rachael Folland talks about finding the right niche in college and the benefit of being involved in school.
Salt Lake Community Campus offers a variety of classes online for convenience, but not all students think that they’re the same as a regular classroom.
After attending the Oxfam Hunger Banquet last week, assistant editor Rachael Folland describes her experience and recalls lessons learned from the event.
SLCC defeats the Mustangs for the second time this month, thanks to a strong performance by Neil Monson.
We ask students if they would change their travel routine to take classes that were only being taught at another campus.
SLCC’s Student Life and Leadership to help student’s book purchases for the semester of spring 2014 with a scholarship.