Students from war-torn nations come to SLCC for a chance to succeed in America.
Club Resonance traveled to the Audio Engineering Society convention in Los Angeles, California, where one student won a silver medal for his innovative, wearable MIDI controllers.
Service members and their dependents who need help adjusting to college life will find assistance through SLCC Veterans Services.
Going places where no one goes, Heather Sanya, head of Paranormal Ops, investigates Utah’s various haunted sites, such as the Kirk Hotel in Tooele.
On Tuesday, Oct. 7, award-winning journalist Dan Rather paid a visit to Salt Lake City to discuss the current state of journalism with Utah business owners, journalists, and students.
Salt Lake Community College’s student-produced art and literary magazine is calling for submissions for their Fall 2014 production. Read on to learn how students can contribute.
On Wednesday, Sept. 17, Salt Lake Community College hosted a job fair at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus, providing students the opportunity to find employment that will help further their fields of study, or allow them to support themselves while attending the college. Reporter Damien Holmes has the story.
Aldo Gomez wasn’t the only reporter at Salt Lake Comic Con this year. Take a look at this second opinion by Damien Holmes.
Salt Lake Community College’s student includes a great deal of active duty, reserve, and other military veterans from all branches of the service. Learn about how SLCC helps these veterans transition to college life as they pursue new careers.
Learn about some of the people from SLCC who are attending Salt Lake Comic Con 2014.