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The Thayne Center at SLCC and the United Way’s 2-1-1 service help students who want to give back to the community.
Voting is a fundamental American right, but some students at Salt Lake Community College explain why it doesn’t seem to be a popular thing to do.
The women who participated in the YWCA Stand Against Racism panel discussion shared both inspiring and heartbreaking stories.
Learn more about SLCC’s participation in the 2018 Utah Pride Festival.
Salt Lake Community College students share their own favorite weekend getaways in Utah.
Bike to School Day is May 9. Biking for your commute cuts down on emissions and is more eco-friendly.
Utah high school students will hold a rally during #NationalWalkoutDay on Friday, April 20.
SLCC is having its own Earth Day celebration Monday, April 23. Show up and learn how to keep the planet green.
Stay in the know with this important recap of the Utah Legislative session. Key bills this year include medical marijuana, drunk driving and the death penalty.
An overdue discussion took place at SLCC’s Grand Theatre. The discussion covered experiences with abuse and healing from abuse.
The Emerald Project won the SLCC Shark Tank award last year and aims to educate people about the Islam community.
Next time you take out the trash, look twice and recycle what you can.