All SLCC students will now be required to choose a preferred area of study on their admission application.
The 2019 Reproductive Justice Film Series aims to focus on reproductive healthcare issues among low-income and minority communities.
Alabama’s HB 314 is the latest bill in a growing trend of anti-abortion legislation in America.
A mysterious millionaire bachelor is looking for love in an unconventional way.
There haven’t been this many measles cases in the United States since 1994. Learn more about the disease and what you can do to protect yourself.
Six SLCC students put their public speaking skills on display at the Student Speakers’ Showcase on Thursday.
Ashley Stenger says if you enjoy The Original Pancake House, you’ll love Penny Ann’s Cafe.
SLCC celebrated National Library Week with their popular Edible Books contest.
Student Life and Leadership offered tickets to an advance screening of “Avengers: Endgame,” which sold out quickly.
Dr. Perparim Gutaj emigrated to the United States during the Kosovo conflict in 1999.
Celebrate Women’s History Month by attending one or more of many female-led events and workshops this month.