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SLCC educators give lectures at Clark Planetarium in ongoing environmental series

This spring, the Clark Planetarium is hosting SLCC professors as part of a four-part lecture series focused on environmental science.

School staff, faculty bring attention to STEM center with ‘(PI)zza’ party

SLCC students mingled with the college's STEM faculty and administrators during a free event at the Redwood campus on Feb. 21.

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Utah Film Center screens ‘The Holly,’ an exploration of gentrification and crime

The Utah Film Center screened the feature-length documentary “The Holly” on Feb. 7. The film delves into the story of Terrance Roberts and systemic disenfranchisement in his community.

2024 Sundance: ‘Kneecap’ tells the story of modern Ireland

A fresh perspective on the story of Northern Ireland, “Kneecap” follows an Irish rap group that explores a youth culture that was born out of an ages-old struggle with Britain.


Restaurant review: Hero Hotpot excels in taste and affordability

With its diverse menu, interactive dining experience and commitment to customer satisfaction, Hero Hotpot has certainly earned its place in the Salt Lake dining scene.



Baseball loves a good curse. Utah is headed right toward one

Baseball fans in the Beehive State should be wary of a possible temporary relocation of the Oakland Athletics to Utah, says The Globe's editor-in-chief, Sean Stetson.

Renovations at SLCC’s baseball stadium finish this week

Salt Lake Community College’s baseball stadium, Cate Field, will debut three new buildings this spring as a long-awaited renovation project ends.

Why an NHL team would work in Utah

In this op-ed for The Globe, staff writer and copy editor Kyle Forbush offers several arguments in support of an NHL franchise in Utah.





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