The “How We Left Home” exhibit displays personal immigration stories, poems, speeches, and artifacts.
SLCC students and staff were shocked to find anti-immigration messages displayed around campuses yesterday.
Despite fears over U.S. policy, immigrants and refugees help SLCC and Utah become more engaged communities.
Folio will showcase their latest edition during a release party Thursday, April 19.
SLCC student body president Carlos Moreno champions the rights of students from his homeland.
Immigration is a complicated and emotional topic that affects thousands of Utahns. A recent discussion at South City Campus brings attention to the problems faced by undocumented immigrants and offers further insight into possible solutions.
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.
Experto de inmigración, Mark Alvarez, contesta preguntas de inmigraciones para los estudiantes de Salt Lake Community College.
Attorney Mark Alvarez shares insight on the possible immigration reform in an exclusive interview with the Globe.