Heidi Bledsoe has an update on the wild cats that live at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Shitennoji University’s Kazuya Kasahara discusses Japan’s culture as it relates to work ethic and the field of journalism.
People from all walks of life come to SLCC to work and study. Heidi Bledsoe says students should try to make new connections with different people on campus.
Veterans Services wants active duty military and veterans to know they’re appreciated and encourages student involvement in the Valentines for Veterans program.
Developing good habits early in your academic career may improve your college experience. Heidi Bledsoe explains how one class at SLCC prepares students for success.
SLCC journalism student Heidi Bledsoe reflects on the lessons she’s learned as a reporter and on how journalism differs from other forms of writing.
As campus shootings become an all-too-common occurrence, Heidi Bledsoe explains how SLCC and the Utah Highway Patrol prepare for any and all emergencies and how students can also make the campus safer.
Students from war-torn nations come to SLCC for a chance to succeed in America.
Feral cats roam the Markosian Library at Taylorsville Redwood Campus; students want to help keep the population healthy and under control.
As the public exercises its right to vote, Heidi Bledsoe takes a moment to reflect on the meaning behind out nation’s flag and ceremonious way in which it’s handled.
The Help Desk held their first Tech Day @SLCC event, where any student could have their tech questions answered for free.