As final week approaches, de-stress fest helps students find some relief. Read on for some simple techniques you can put in your study routine.
SLCC’s Disability Resource Center works to ensure that students with disabilities can excel in their studies.
In this edition of From the Fishbowl, Assistant editor Rachael Folland talks about looking through the eyes of others before judging.
SLCC takes a step forward in helping the LGBT community by providing gender neutral bathrooms on campus.
Assistant Professor Matthew LaPlante will be speaking about citizen journalism at the Readers to Writers Open House at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
In this edition of From the Fishbowl, assistant editor Rachael Folland explains why spring is the perfect time for everyone to begin anew.
A panel of accomplished songwriters spoke at South City Campus for the “2014 Songwriter’s Summit: Where Music Speaks” Students’ Workshop.
In this week’s From Inside the Glass, assistant editor Rachel Folland talks about the nature of women and their role in history.
Michele Norris, a reporter for NPR, speaks about the Race Card Project and overcoming racism and stereotypes.
He said and she said this and that about love. Read on as writers Shad Engkilterra and Rachael Folland butt heads and hearts in a discussion of Valentine’s Day. Here is She Said’s point of view.
February is Black History Month, and to commemorate race and diversity, Salt Lake Community College is hosting The Race Card Project.
Salt Lake Community College students can find diversity and acceptance with Coloring Outside the Lines.