The “Selected Shorts” radio show paid a visit to The Grand Theatre; the event featured an evening of short stories read by a cast of talented actors.
As part of the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics lecture series, Cheryl Strayed shares her story of what it took to write her successful memoir. Contributing writer Julie Hirschi has the details.
Editor-in-Chief Julie Hirschi leaves her role with “The Globe” encouraging SLCC students to get involved with their student newspaper.
New life is breathed into the SLCC student newspaper, which now features a student-focused redesign.
“Take a walk in their shoes” is my six word essay describing what the word ‘race’ means to me. A part of the Race Card Project, to answer the question of what the word “Race” means to you in only six words.
In this week’s edition of From Inside the Glass, Editor in Chief, Julie Hirschi, talks about her experience with visiting Mexico.
In this edition of SLCC Talks we talk about our personal heroes that inspire us.
In the wake of the internet age and newspaper layoffs, what lies in the future of news?
As Salt Lake Comic Con nears, read what ‘Globe’ staff members do to satisfy their inner geek.
The Editor-in-chief of SLCC’s ‘The Globe’ welcomes students new and old with a revamped focus for the student newspaper.
‘Science Friday’ panelists discuss local dinosaurs and not so local stars.