Thanksgiving is a time for many to celebrate with family, friends and food; students and faculty reveal some of their turkey day customs.
After a loss to MSU-West Plains, the Bruins win the consolation bracket to finish in 9th place.
More than 100 million plastic bags are thrown away every single year in the United States; some SLCC students are trying to bring that number down.
Students can now enroll in select classes offered at Westminster College for SLCC tuition rates.
The “Selected Shorts” radio show paid a visit to The Grand Theatre; the event featured an evening of short stories read by a cast of talented actors.
Before we all get prepared to enjoy the day off and eat our fill of turkey, our acting editor-in-chief, Kachina Choate, would like to remind you what the holiday of Thanksgiving is supposed to be about.
The SLCC Dance Company will perform their annual fall concert in The Grand Theatre on Nov. 21 and 22. Guadalupe Rodriguez previews the concert with photos from the rehearsal.
As part of the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics lecture series, Cheryl Strayed shares her story of what it took to write her successful memoir. Contributing writer Julie Hirschi has the details.
Students from war-torn nations come to SLCC for a chance to succeed in America.
Folio faculty adviser Brandon Alva shares an award the literary magazine recently received and encourages the SLCC community to attend the fall 2014 reading on Wednesday.
SLCC students who struggle to pay for food can visit the food pantry at South City Campus for assistance. Christopher Montoya has the story.