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Utah Woman of the Year honoree mentors Salt Lake-area immigrants

Luz Gamarra, the lead academic adviser for humanities and ESL students at SLCC, earned USA Today's recognition for Woman of the Year in Utah.

N. Utah seeing its worst dust in a decade. Why the drying Great Salt Lake isn’t to blame — yet.

An increase in dust storms and a massive source of dust pollution looms at the desiccated Great Salt Lake.

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First-place chapbook winner fulfills a promise to her late friend

SLCC alumna Amie Schaeffer, who won this year's chapbook contest for her collection of personal poetry, completed the project for her friend and mentor, Jeff Metcalf.

Roundup: End-of-semester arts, communication, and media events

SLCC students will showcase the skills they learned this semester through several events, including concerts, presentations and film screenings.


Voices Amplified: May 2, 2022

The #VoicesAmplified team reviews their RadioActive takeovers on the final episode of the spring 2022 semester.



A sour note: All-Star turmoil affects Utah Jazz

Rumors persist regarding the apparent tension between Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell.

Men’s basketball: Bruins win Region 18 title, say the job is still not finished

SLCC took another step towards a national championship on Saturday after dominating Snow College to win the Region 18 Tournament.

SLCC shines at Beijing Winter Olympics

Six Salt Lake Community College students and alumni participated in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.





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