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SLCC debuts Lunch Bucket Open Mic

The Lunch Bucket Open Mic gives students a place to read their poetry to a live audience.

SLCC joins #WashTheHate campaign to fight new outbreak

SLCC students and administrators joined the #WashTheHate campaign to combat racism and discrimination amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Photos: SLCC working to preserve its history

Step back in time with hundreds of newly digitized photos from the Salt Lake Community College archives.

Globe News – May 7, 2020

Zackery Western and Brian Preece have more on summer courses at SLCC, the upcoming virtual commencement ceremony, and gardening during the pandemic.

Photos: South City Campus becomes a ghost town

South City Campus remains empty during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Globe photographer Jared Stanger has the details.

Athletes, coaches forced to adapt amid pandemic

Athletes and coaches around the world are making changes in order to stay healthy and positive during the coronavirus pandemic.

SLCC alters grade options amid COVID-19

Salt Lake Community College is allowing students to choose a pass or withdrawal option for any spring 2020 course.

SLCC students express concern over reopening economy

Many students at Salt Lake Community College believe it’s too soon to reopen Utah’s economy.

Letter from the Editor: Thank you, Bruins

The Globe's editor-in-chief, Amie Schaeffer, reflects on an unprecedented term.

Maven Strong Pilate Studio: Weathering a pandemic

Tessa Arneson, owner of Maven Strong Pilate Studio, has developed a flexible business amid the coronavirus pandemic.

CARES Act funds may soon be coming to SLCC

The CARES Act allocates at least $5.3 million in emergency financial aid grants to SLCC students.

SLCC student turns tragedy into triumph

Forget the spandex and cape, this superhero has wheels! Learn more about Miss Wheelchair Utah 2020 and SLCC student, Lina Nguyen.

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Bruin Pantry restarts indoor distribution

The Bruin Pantry has resumed indoor operations at Taylorsville Redwood and South City campuses, but there are a few things to know before you go.

Blackout Tuesday: Instagram event hits unintended snag

The #BlackoutTuesday social media campaign to honor George Floyd on June 2 caused some unintended confusion among Instagram followers.

Photos: Thousands protest in Salt Lake City over death of George Floyd

Globe photographer Jared Stanger witnessed the George Floyd protests in Salt Lake City and captured numerous images of the demonstrations. Read his op-ed and view the photo galleries.

An evening of fear gives way to a morning of hope

Contributing writer Brian Preece reflects on the volatility of Saturday's protest in Salt Lake City and what it may mean for the future.

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