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.
SLCC journalism student Heidi Bledsoe reflects on the lessons she’s learned as a reporter and on how journalism differs from other forms of writing.
As the public exercises its right to vote, Heidi Bledsoe takes a moment to reflect on the meaning behind out nation’s flag and ceremonious way in which it’s handled.
Many Latin Americans celebrate El Dia de los Muertos, a festival to honor those who have passed away. Jennifer Vasquez Acevedo brings you the details of this celebration.
Do you know the significance of dressing up in costumes or carving a jack-o’-lantern for Halloween? Carlos Artiles-Fortun brings you a brief history of the holiday.
With more than half of Utahns identifiying as members of the LDS church, being in the religious minority can make one feel isolated from the rest of the community. Tara Reid brings you the story of someone who had such an experience when it came to relating to his family.
As we get closer to the harsh winter months, it never hurts to have some additional help staving off diseases like the Flu and the common cold. Reporter Brook Bartlett gives you a list of foods to eat in order to avoid getting sick.
Introducing News Girl, the new weekly column that aims to report events attended by The Globe’s staff and showcase the hard work that goes into every single issue.
David Maness ponders whether the fact we are all numbskulls is why we don’t have a Constitution class starship.
While bullying may appear to be something limited to high school, Reporter Jennifer Vasquez Acevedo seeks to remind you how even college campuses can have problems with bullying and harassment.
Nikki Allen gives you a list of do’s and don’ts every college student needs to know.
The Globe’s Editor-in-Chief responds to a reader’s letter about an April Fools Day story.