For some bullying victims, the abuse isn’t always physical. Reporter Tamara Brune-Wharton brings you the story of a student who experienced the real-life effects of cyberbullying.
While bullying may appear to be something limited to high school, Reporter Jennifer Vasquez Acevedo seeks to remind you how even college campuses can have problems with bullying and harassment.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Student Leaders in Civic Engagement (SLICE) once again set up the display for the Silent Witness Project. Learn where on campus you can find these displays.
SLCC’s Film Production Technician program prepares students for work in the highly competitive film industry. Reporter Aldo Gomez brings you the details.
Did you know that every SLCC campus has an Institute? Jaquelin Gonzalez explains the LDS Institute of Religion and how students can join.
Josh Hanagarne, author of “The World’s Strongest Librarian,” paid a visit to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus to discuss writing, reading, and living with Tourette’s Syndrome. Reporter Hannah Dailami has the story.
A new student quad now bears the name of former SLCC president Jay L. Nelson.
Shannon Atkinson’s Philosophy of Religion course teaches students how to analyze their own beliefs critically and open their minds to the ways other people worship.
The Help Desk held their first Tech Day @SLCC event, where any student could have their tech questions answered for free.
Salt Lake Community College’s student-produced art and literary magazine is calling for submissions for their Fall 2014 production. Read on to learn how students can contribute.
Student Life and Leadership gave students the opportunity to make their own mask for the Masquerade Ball on Friday.
As part of Disability Awareness Week, Samuel Comroe, a comedian who has Tourette Syndrome, visited the Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Friday, September 19, 2014, where he used humor to share his experiences living with his condition. Reporter Hannah Dailami brings you the details.