Noah Lewis reflects on his experience as a study abroad correspondent and how it is shaping his vision for The Globe.
Hayden O’Shea pens his farewell letter from the editor.
Noah Lewis, incoming editor-in-chief of The Globe, discusses his journey to Salt Lake Community College and his upcoming role as a study abroad correspondent in India.
“Cold” host Dave Cawley talks about the popular true-crime podcast and the Susan Powell investigation.
The Utah Headliners chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists recently hosted a free screening of ‘The Post’ at Brewvies Cinema Pub.
SLCC student Ali Aedan shares his harrowing story of life as a journalist in his native Iraq.
Hayden O’Shea talks about why he chose to become The Globe’s newest editor-in-chief.
Marcos Aragon, the outgoing editor-in-chief of The Globe, shares some advice as he looks back on his time at SLCC.
A retrospective look at three decades of SLUG Magazine is currently on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Arts.
The Tanner Forum on Social Ethics hosted CNN political commentator Van Jones Tuesday at South City Campus.
Former New York Times staffers Joe Sharkey and Craig Whitney offered their insights about the film “The Killing Fields” and why interpreters are an invaluable resource for foreign correspondents. Patrick Godfrey has the details.