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.
Faced with financial, cultural, and linguistic obstacles, Samir Grahovic went from a poor Bosnian war refugee to the owner of one of Salt Lake’s upscale restaurants. Tara Reid shares his story.
The next time you’re near South City Campus on your lunch break, try this local hotspot.
Learn where you can find fresh local produce and quality crafts every Saturday at Pioneer Park. Tamara Brune-Wharton brings you the details.
On Tuesday, Oct. 7, award-winning journalist Dan Rather paid a visit to Salt Lake City to discuss the current state of journalism with Utah business owners, journalists, and students.
On Saturday, October 4, runners of all ages pit their wits and cardiovascular endurance against a scenario lifted straight from George A. Romero: outrunning the living dead. Michael Gault’s photo essay shows you the results of the 5KRunDead.
Did you know that every SLCC campus has an Institute? Jaquelin Gonzalez explains the LDS Institute of Religion and how students can join.
Aldo Gomez wasn’t the only reporter at Salt Lake Comic Con this year. Take a look at this second opinion by Damien Holmes.
Salt Lake Community College’s student includes a great deal of active duty, reserve, and other military veterans from all branches of the service. Learn about how SLCC helps these veterans transition to college life as they pursue new careers.
Now that reporter Aldo Gomez has had time to recharge after Salt Lake Comic Con, here’s the basic rundown of the convention.
Salt Lake Community College is once again gearing up for Disability Awareness Week. Learn about the events that will be taking place next week!
Learn about some of the people from SLCC who are attending Salt Lake Comic Con 2014.