Chapbook winner Keaton Charles Butler will be reading his winning work “My Life as a Human” on May 1.
In this week’s edition of SLCC Talks we ask students about the upcoming March Madness.
The ‘Hunger Games Radio Show’ has wrapped up its trilogy of shows online and is being released via podcast on Radio SLCC.
New life is breathed into the SLCC student newspaper, which now features a student-focused redesign.
Athletics director Norma Carr leaves SLCC after a 25-year career and legacy of overcoming obstacles.
SLCC baseball team bats a double victory over the weekend against Colorado Northwestern.
SLCC women’s basketball continues their run at the NJCAA Division I championship after defeating Lake Region State College 73-63.
The SLCC Community voices their opinions in powerful dialogue on diversity at the Diversity Dinner on March 5, 2014.
SLCC women’s basketball will join the men’s team in Kansas for the NJCAA National Tournament
Civically Engaged Leader 2920 Group at SLCC teams up with Playworks and SLICE for the 5k Run for Recess fundraiser at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
SLCC moves on to the Division 1 Basketball National Championship after defeating Mesa Community College 75-59.
‘Lightning Returns’ is an unexpected and disjointed sequel, but ultimate brings a unique charm to the franchise.