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SLCC narrows next president to three finalists

The Salt Lake Community College Presidential Search Committee has narrowed down the search for the college’s next president to three finalists and made these...

Tooele residents say they’re fighting a ‘losing battle’ against inland port projects

As two inland port projects in Tooele County reach the development phase, residents and advocacy groups continue to fight the plans, citing hazards to the community and the environment.

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High schoolers visit SLCC Fashion Institute to explore paths in the industry

Over 200 local high school students recently visited South City Campus to learn more about the SLCC fashion program.

SLCC Dance Co. president discusses the state of dance at the college

A lifelong dancer, SLCC Dance Company president Lauren Uribe hopes to see the college's dance department grow with greater enrollment in the future.


‘Invisible No More’ photo exhibit commemorates historic march

A crowd gathered at West Valley Center on Friday to view a new photo exhibit that remembers the Dignity March, a historic demonstration that took place in Salt Lake City in 2006.



Early into the new season, Bruins softball swings for the fences

SLCC softball continues its reputation as a perennial contender with a strong start to the 2024 season.

Bruins baseball back in the swing of things as they eye JUCO World Series

After their first-ever trip to the Junior College World Series in 2023, the SLCC baseball team is now eyeing another championship bout in tandem with a hot start.

SLCC men’s basketball gears up for nationals after Region 18 tournament victory

Coach Kyle Taylor and the Bruins won their third consecutive Region 18 tournament on March 9 and will begin NJCAA national tournament play next week.





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