Holocaust survivor Dr. Inge Auerbacher shared her experiences with SLCC students on Nov. 12.
Ron Stallworth, the subject of Spike Lee’s film “BlacKkKlansman” and a former SLCC instructor, shared his story Feb. 26 at the Grand Theatre.
Stand-up comic and television host W. Kamau Bell discussed race and politics Thursday at the Grand Theatre.
Taryn Aiken Hiatt, the Director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in Utah and Nevada, educated SLCC students late last month.
Highland Rugby legend Larry Gelwix used a story about snakes to teach an important lesson.
Economy expert Robert Reich was the keynote speaker at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
Mitch Davis spoke with two hundred students in an open forum last week at the LDS Institute of Religion.
Certified social worker LaShawn Williams-Schultz explains how students can better align their values with their career aspirations.
Rainn Wilson inspires an audience full of SLCC students during his lecture at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.