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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.
SLCC student Cassidy Dunfield submits a commentary on the fight for reproductive rights.
Should you get a job while attending college? William Parra says the answer depends on who you are.
Outgoing Globe editor in chief Jake Zaugg offers some words of advice to SLCC students.
Here are five things you and your family can do on Thanksgiving to truly appreciate the holiday.
Christopher Toney-El shares his list of least favorite Halloween treats.
Everyone dresses up for Halloween, but Jocelyn Camargo says some costume choices can cross a line with other cultures.
Tanner Barr shares another perspective on the recent controversy surrounding the national anthem.
Occupational therapy student Annalise Skinner explains why you should strive for a balanced schedule.
The words we use can have a major impact on individuals with disabilities.
Outgoing editor in chief Brittni Colindres has some inspiring words for Globe readers.