SLCC Chamber Choir helped commemorate the life and legacy of Matthew Shepard during its performances of the “Considering Matthew Shepard” collection.
The murder of 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey has prompted questions about campus police departments and their ability to protect students.
Several Utah rappers participated in an insightful discussion on youth and racial justice Oct. 24 at South City Campus.
Funding from the CCAMPIS grant will allow the Tim and Brenda Huval Child Care Center to serve more SLCC student parents.
“Stuff You Should Know” hosts Josh Clark and Charles W. “Chuck” Bryant entertained a sold-out audience Oct. 23 in Salt Lake City.
Republican Mitt Romney and Democrat Jenny Wilson lead the race to fill the U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. Orrin Hatch, who will vacate the seat after 41 years in office.
Get an up-close look at the “TACTILIS” gallery exhibition, now on display in the Eccles Art Gallery at South City Campus.
Free flu shots are now available at the Center for Health and Counseling.
Although Salt Lake City’s founding was later than other traditionally haunted cities, it’s still home to some of the most active paranormal sites.
Stay informed on the upcoming elections and read how Utah candidates for Congress will address local and national issues in this Globe exclusive.
Attendees to Utah’s first-ever cannabis conference learned about all aspects of medical marijuana.