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Thousands take to SLC’s streets for 2023 Pride Parade

Utah residents, including members of Salt Lake Community College, once again took to the capital’s streets on Sunday morning for the state's annual Pride Parade.


Rep. Chris Stewart to resign; governor calls for special election

Rep. Chris Stewart will leave Congress on Sept. 15, the legislator formally announced yesterday in a letter to the governor, setting the stage for a special election later this year.

Bruins nurture campus grounds, relationships during beautification event

Students and faculty planted flowers and tended to gardens at the South City, Taylorsville Redwood, Jordan and Miller campuses on May 24.

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Living Traditions fest invites Utahns to explore world cultures

The annual Living Traditions Festival returned to Salt Lake City’s Library Square on May 19, providing an artistic, performative platform to 85 groups of diverse traditions and cultures.

Students and staff can take a break this summer with free movie tickets

The Thayne Center is offering free tickets to four films for its Summer Movie Nights promotion.




Bruins eliminated from Junior College World Series

The SLCC baseball team lost to both Wabash Valley College and Johnson County Community College in their first Junior College World Series appearance.

SLCC Men’s Baseball secures first-ever trip to Junior College World Series

For the first time in the school’s history, Salt Lake Community College Bruins are headed to Grand Junction, Colorado, home of the Junior College...

Salt Lake City announces its bid for Major League Baseball

Gail Miller and others intend to bring a Major League Baseball franchise to Utah's capital city.





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