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The president of the new Salsa/Bachata Club wants to leave a good legacy for future Latino college students. Gerardo Chagolla explains.
Students from various backgrounds submitted original artwork for the Multicultural Art Exhibit. Find out who won awards.
SLCC students were gained an appreciation for Asian culture through food. Jestin Blake has the details.
Two artists vibrantly reflect women in culture for the “Creadoras de Cultura” exhibit. Tamara Brune-Wharton has the details.
Jestin Blake shares the story of SLCC student Summer Finkelstein, who volunteered in Seattle last year.
This is the first year the lion dance was performed at South City Campus; students can take in more Lunar New Year celebrations at the Redwood Campus.
Shitennoji University’s Kazuya Kasahara discusses Japan’s culture as it relates to work ethic and the field of journalism.
People from all walks of life come to SLCC to work and study. Heidi Bledsoe says students should try to make new connections with different people on campus.
Turmoil and political strife bring many refugees to America. Elysa Giles shares the story of Sanaul Faq, an SLCC student from Afghanistan.
One film that debuted at The Grand last weekend has a strong Utah connection. Matthew A Smith has more on this story.