Learn about Visual Art and Design major Rosalba Dominguez and how a recent internship in Washington changed her life.
Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect who stole musical instruments worth thousands of dollars from South City Campus.
Some students continue to use e-cigarettes indoors in spite of the indoor ban, but Tatiana Burton with the SLCC Health and Wellness Services says there are consequences.
Non-traditional students, or undergraduate students over the age of 25 are back in school for a variety of reasons bringing unique challenges.
Here’s a recap of recent news from SLCC Athletics.
Sports writer and SLCC student David Winkworth explains how The Globe gave him an opportunity to pursue his dream.
Three sophomores of the Lady Bruins softball team will be honored10 minutes prior to a noon doubleheader on Saturday, May 3.
Julio and Marilei each offer up their top five movies they want to see this summer.
SLCC student Ashley Thompson asserts that students should pursue STEM degrees because they love the industry, not the salary.
The way ‘Million Dollar Arm’ combines the business of sports with the actual sport itself, Romney says it’s a home run.
Romney explains why he gave “Million Dollar Arm” a 5/5 rating on this edition of Romney’s Reviews.
Salt Lake Community College students can get their fine art published while helping out a fellow student.