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Rest at the end, not in the middle: The life of Kobe Bryant

Brian Preece looks back on the life and legacy of Kobe Bryant, the former NBA superstar who died in a helicopter crash at the age of 41.

Photos: 2020 Sundance Film Festival

View photos from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

How SLCC students can be career-ready

Career coaches offer advice to Salt Lake Community College students who are preparing to enter the workforce.

Transfer tips for SLCC students

Getting ready to transfer? Here’s what you need to know.

Letter from the Editor: Sundance preview

The Globe welcomes new editor-in-chief Amie Schaeffer, who invites readers to follow extensive content on the Sundance Film Festival.

SLCC film students have opportunity for unique Sundance experience

Film students at Salt Lake Community College get inspired interning for Utah Film Center during the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Devotion Championship Wrestling: Taking command of the local wrestling scene

Performing monthly at The Gateway, local wrestlers strive to get Devotion Championship Wrestling on the map.

Brief power outage causes hiccup for Sundance festivalgoers

A brief power outage in Kimball Junction caused a traffic backup onto Interstate 80 on the first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

‘Good Taste’ exhibit mixes good eats and good looks

Salt Lake Community College is hosting a fashion exhibit featuring several designs by alumnus Michael Ryan Andolsek.

Slamdance preserves power of unique storytelling

The Slamdance Film Festival offers another venue for independent filmmakers to showcase their work.

Road Home closure pushes homeless community to adapt

The Road Home closed its doors in November, creating big changes for Salt Lake City's homeless population.

Sundance 101: celebrating more than 40 years of film

Study the basics on how to navigate the Sundance Film Festival.

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Donate blood to help save lives

The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive Monday at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.

The complicated relationship between SLCPD and the homeless

The relationship between the homeless, activists, and police is often tenuous, but that isn't always the case.

Stay germ-free this flu season

As the cold and flu season lingers on, find out what students can do to stay free of illness.

‘Andromeda Strain’ adaption to air this Friday on Radio SLCC

SLCC students from several disciplines participated in the production of the "Andromeda Strain" radio drama.

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