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Great Salt Lake’s dust could cost $1.5 billion to fix with costs ‘skyrocketing’ as more lakebed is exposed

Mitigating dust from a shrinking Great Salt Lake could cost more than a billion dollars to fix, a new report from the Utah State Legislature's Auditor General found.

Social media scams are on the rise among young adults. Here’s what to look out for

Since 2017, the fastest-growing age bracket to fall victim to scams has been 20- to 30-year-olds.

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The Fashion Institute arrives at South City campus

The SLCC Fashion Institute has finalized its relocation from Library Square to the northwest wing of the college's South City campus.

Utah’s indie bookstores are leading the charge against school book bans

A large number of book titles targeted by state law feature people of color as well as LGBTQ+ themes and characters.




Men’s soccer team gearing up for championship year

The SLCC men's soccer team is preparing to make another run at a national championship in 2023-24.

It’s all fun and games with SLCC esports

As the national popularity of esports continues to grow, a path to success now exists for gamers at Salt Lake Community College.

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.





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