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Downstairs with Dave Navarro

Monday nights in Utah are usually not anything to get excited about. Unless it happens to be the Monday night following opening weekend of...

Jett still loves rock ‘n’ roll

Sometimes, timing is everything, especially in the music scene. There could not have been better timing for Joan Jett this weekend. On Saturday night, Jett...

‘Hesher’ an early Sundance surprise

One of the early, most-sought films in this year's Sundance film festival was Hesher. With an all-star cast of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Natalie Portman, Devin...

Where are the Bruin fans?

With two great teams playing on campus, why don't more students attend SLCC basketball games? The men's team has a record of 16-5. The...

Bruins beat Badgers

The Bruin men and women cruise to sweep over Snow. Now they are headed on the biggest road trip of the season. The women pulled...

The many campuses of SLCC

Salt Lake Community College is known to many high school graduates, as well as international students, for helping to get a leg up on...

Ask Mom: Down in the dumps

Mom, I'm an older student returning to school. When I first made the decision to come back it seemed like a good one, but now...

Student LookBook: Valen Hunter

Fashion on campus is something that can be very underestimated. The truth is, every student decides what to put on in the morning before...

Bruins nail the holiday break

After an 11-0 combined holiday break men's and women's teams shoot to the top of the standings in the Scenic West standings. The women's basketball...

The Phantom returns in ‘Love Never Dies’

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera opened in Her Majesty's Theater in London on October 9, 1986. Since then, it's been seen...

Three films you should have seen this holiday break

First is Up In The Air, Jason Reitman's take on the cleverly successful novel by Walter Kim. Already nominated for 6 Golden Globes, George...

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Watchtower Coffee and Comics moves into new digs

Watchtower Coffee and Comics set up shop one block west on Main Street before the coronavirus outbreak forced them to close.

New LGBTQ+ writing group aims for diversity

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and the Community Writing Center launched Write It OUT, a writing group for LGBTQ+ SLCC students and the community.

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.

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