Marcos Aragon, the outgoing editor-in-chief of The Globe, shares some advice as he looks back on his time at SLCC.
The message and purpose behind a recent Amigos Mentores conference had a profound effect on Globe staff writer Ana Luiza Ramos.
Rebecca Lougheed encourages other student volunteers to consider Headin’ Home, a non-profit organization that rescues horses and provides equine therapy.
SLCC student Jameson D’Amato-Faulkner believes that presentations are a disservice to learning when compared to writing projects.
Matt Slonaker from the Utah Health Policy Project encourages voters to support Proposition 3.
Alvaro Vasquez Zarate submits an open letter to students to discuss what’s at stake in this midterm election.
As the fall 2018 semester begins, Globe Editor in Chief Marcos Aragon shares his unique perspective with incoming students.
Jonny Nay submits an open letter asking white people to show compassion and become citizen activists.
Greg Mooney explains how the “I am SLCC” pledge ensures that everyone is accepted on campus.
Should philosophy be taught before college to encourage critical-thinking skills? Some philosophers seem to think so.
Utah’s LGBTQ community is gaining more support as time goes on. Aramis Hicks says the key to improving inclusiveness is to build a supportive community.