SLCC students are growing out their facial hair in order to raise awareness for various men’s health issues, including cancer. Learn more about the Big Moustache on Campus competition.
The School of Health Sciences held an open house at Jordan Campus to introduce high school students to the numerous programs offered in the field.
Read the story of Damien Holmes, a former Marine who’s studying communications at Salt Lake Community College.
Club Resonance traveled to the Audio Engineering Society convention in Los Angeles, California, where one student won a silver medal for his innovative, wearable MIDI controllers.
Emigrating from Mexico to the United States, Carlos Vargas worked for a full year after graduating high school in order to raise the money necessary to begin attending Salt Lake Community College. Jaquelin Gonzalez brings you the story of this 19 year-old aspiring engineer.
Local culinary artists showcased their artisan cheeses for a panel of judges on Oct. 28.
Mortuary science students at Salt Lake Community College receive a learning experience found nowhere else in Utah.
Robin Glassey recently released ‘Secrets of Fathara’, which is the first in the Azetha series. Learn about her journey from student to published author.
As more and more people become wary of what kind of soft drinks they buy, one company hopes to provide smarter and healthier beverages to the students of SLCC.
Carlos Artiles-Fortun brings you insight into SLCC’s Culinary Club and what they do as a club to better their cooking and catering skills.
Culinary arts students prepare for careers in the food industry by learning in and outside the kitchen.
The President’s Art Show, currently on display in the Center for Arts and Media, provides opportunities for student and local artists to get noticed, and even sell their work.