All kinds of businesses offer freebies and other discounts to SLCC students.
SLCC recently completed renovations on the new Dumke Center for STEM Learning.
Students, faculty, staff and community members talked about microaggression at the eighth annual Diversity Dinner.
Possible endowment cuts could be troublesome for local art and culture initiatives.
If passed, HB 100 would require colleges to gather and publish more information about their programs, in order to help students make more informed decisions.
Students in need of guidance should seek a mentor for educational and career support.
Open-source materials allow students and faculty to opt out of traditional high-priced textbooks.
SLCC adjunct Norm Zurn says most of his students “really want to make a change.”
Two experts from vastly different backgrounds came together to demonstrate the benefits of meditation.