The HLAC department hosted a conference to improve the fitness levels of SLCC students and staff.
The Genocide Awareness Project displayed graphic images and controversial messages, upsetting students at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
19-year-old Aynoa Rincon is working to make sure SLCC student voices are heard.
After moving into a larger space, the Bruin Cupboard can now accommodate more donations.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $334,000 grant to SLCC to help increase the amount of students pursuing geology degrees.
Hundreds of yogis gathered in Liberty Park for the Wanderlust 108 mindful triathlon.
SLCC welcomes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students and their allies.
“I am SLCC” reinforces the importance of diversity on campus and in everyday life.
All kinds of businesses offer freebies and other discounts to SLCC students.
Two local concert organizers are producing some big shows in Utah.
SLCC will host the Women in Freedom Movement Forum on Wednesday in the Grand Theatre.