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Pete Souza stands at a podium beside LBJ's swearing-in photo projected on a screen

Former White House photographer tells stories of humanity in the nation’s highest office

Former chief White House photographer Pete Souza shared his experiences during the 2022 Tanner Forum on Social Ethics at SLCC’s South City Campus.
Students sit at tables in a library

As educators leave at increasing rates, advocates and students express worry

An exodus of teachers and educators, combined with fewer students earning education degrees, is ringing alarms for education advocates.
Cadets from different military branches begin to raise the flag

Photos: 2022 Veterans Day flag ceremony

SLCC hosted its annual Veterans Day flag ceremony Thursday at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Water fixture with red U in background

Utah universities work to alleviate water crisis through conservation efforts

Utah colleges and universities are taking their own measures to help address the state’s water crisis.
Graphic representation of U.S. "I voted" stickers

Utah 2022 election update: Republicans win all five federal races

Utah will send five Republican incumbents back to Congress after reelecting Sen. Mike Lee, Rep. Blake Moore, Rep. Chris Stewart, Rep. John Curtis and Rep. Burgess Owens in the 2022 midterm elections.
Dia de los Muertos altar

Photos: SLCC and West Valley communities celebrate Day of the Dead

The Dream Center and the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs celebrated Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, on Nov. 1 and 2.
Salt Lake Community College sign at Redwood Campus

Letter to the editor: Inclusive bathroom signage initiative continues with second pilot

Lindsay Simons and Timothy Davis from Salt Lake Community College's student association explain phase two of a new inclusive bathroom signage initiative.
Four drag queens perform in a nightclub

Salt Lake City drag scene thrives despite pushback

Drag performance has exploded in Salt Lake City in the past few years, much of it credited to the mainstream cultural acceptance of it.
Sun shines on crowd outside SLCC Business Building

SLCC will revamp its business building with $10M donation from Gail Miller’s foundation

Businesswoman Gail Miller and her family's foundation contributed $10 million toward SLCC's school of business and its business building on the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Northwest corner of the Student Center at Redwood Campus

SLCC is close to securing financing for on-campus housing

Following a delay in March, Salt Lake Community College is closer to securing financing for its on-campus housing project at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
A bus waiting at the Redwood campus pick-up

UTA will adjust bus routes and schedules due to a shortage of drivers, affecting...

A driver shortage forced Utah Transit Authority to adjust several bus routes, including two routes that stop at Salt Lake Community College campuses.
Multiple people hold signs and applaud in support of DACA

SLCC leaders express disappointment over recent DACA decision that leaves program in limbo

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a Texas federal judge’s 2021 ruling that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is unlawful.