Spring 2016 is just beginning. Remember these campus resources to avoid being overwhelmed by your classwork.
Hear from SLCC’s award-winning poet and what led up to her grand prize victory.
The Community Writing Center aims to help both SLCC students and local residents through various writing workshops.
Students have a free resource on campus dedicated to improving their writing skills. Nivyukuri Kazimire has the details.
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 part of the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics lecture series, Cheryl Strayed shares her story of what it took to write her successful memoir. Contributing writer Julie Hirschi has the details.
Robin Glassey recently released ‘Secrets of Fathara’, which is the first in the Azetha series. Learn about her journey from student to published author.
NBC News contributor Harry Smith spoke to a gathering of Utah college students at the Deseret Management Corporation’s Journalism and Media Symposium on Sept. 29.
Could you describe your experiences with race in six words or less? Learn how The Race Card Project is working to encourage open dialogue about race.
Sports writer and SLCC student David Winkworth explains how The Globe gave him an opportunity to pursue his dream.
SLCC editing student Andrea Ibanez shares her story of discovering her major and finding passion in her work, and encourages other students to do the same.
English 2010 gets a service makeover thanks to SLCC Instructor Benjamin Solomon.