The Bruin Pantry collects free food, toiletries and clothing for SLCC students, faculty and staff.
The murder of 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey has prompted questions about campus police departments and their ability to protect students.
Students have the opportunity to experience Washington D.C. while building their resume and college portfolio.
While the Juniper Canyon Campus is under development, SLCC is offering classes at the old Herriman City Hall building.
The next time you’re studying at Taylorsville Redwood Campus, be sure to visit the Markosian Library.
Browse these five apps to turn your smartphone into a student survival kit.
Don’t let the stress of school bring you down. Come de-stress and practice yoga at a free yoga class.
Learn more about this year’s candidates for student body president and how you can win a free iPad.
The radio drama “Who Goes There?” is currently being produced at SLCC South City Campus.
Club Rush has come and gone, but SLCC students can still join one of the dozens of clubs on campus. Camryn Jensen has the details.
Camryn Jensen shares the top five apps most useful to SLCC students.