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Utah teachers walk out, demand more funding

The Salt Lake Education Association organized the “Walk for Students” to demand more funding for schools.

Attorney, author advocates for future of Wayuu people

Colombian-Wayuu author and attorney Estercilia Simanca Pushaina discussed her advocacy for the indigenous Wayuu people Feb. 27 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.

SLCC prepares for possible impacts of coronavirus

Here's the latest on the coronavirus outbreak and what SLCC is doing to prepare for the disease's potential impact on the college.

Last chance to apply for 2020-21 scholarships

SLCC continuing students have until Sunday to apply for scholarships for the 2020-21 school year.

‘Exonerated Five’ members talk about growing up in prison

Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana discuss their incarcerations during SLCC’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Keynote.

After legal delay, ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to premiere at Grand Theatre

The Rudinplay version of “To Kill a Mockingbird” will premiere at the Grand Theatre on March 26.

No. 20 SLCC baseball builds on experience

The Salt Lake Community College baseball team enters the national rankings as they begin conference play.

Students of every major can gain from the PSL

Emma Fox explains how the Presentation Skills Lab can benefit students from any major.

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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Students sound off on 2020 Democratic primary

SLCC students share their thoughts on the Democratic primary as the coronavirus affects voting in several states.

SLCC students help each other find jobs during crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc on local businesses, SLCC students are sharing job opportunities with their unemployed classmates.

SLCC student services go virtual

Several departments and programs are assisting SLCC students remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

Professors shift lectures to remote instruction during COVID-19 pandemic

As SLCC students and professors transition to online-only classes, one professor is creating engaging content to help navigate uncharted territory.

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