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2016 and 2017 SLCC security reports

Tragedy at University of Utah raises concern over campus police

The murder of 21-year-old Lauren McCluskey has prompted questions about campus police departments and their ability to protect students.
"Playful Red" by Richard Prazen

President’s Art Show highlights local artists

Learn more about the annual SLCC art show and who won this year's awards.
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Photos: High winds cause damage, power outages along Wasatch Front

View photos of the damage caused by Tuesday's windstorm.
Trump speaks as Biden waits his turn

Trump, Biden square off in final presidential debate

The final debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden gave viewers a clearer contrast between the candidates and their policies.
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SLCC celebrates DiversAbility Week

Formerly known as Disability Awareness Week, DiversAbility Week celebrates people with disabilities and their experiences.
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Parking tickets? Where your money goes

SLCC's Parking Services aims to provide equal parking for all that come to campus in a safe environment.
Ashley Scoggins dribbles the ball

Photos: SLCC women’s basketball in Bruin Arena

View photos of SLCC women's basketball against CNCC, Snow and USU Eastern.
Disabled parking signs line wall of a building at South City Campus

But you don’t look sick: living with an invisible disability

Amie Schaeffer shares her personal experience living with multiple sclerosis and how the Disability Resource Center helps students with disabilities.
Gov. Herbert talks to a student

Gov. Herbert visits SLCC Redwood Campus

Utah's top leader spoke to SLCC political science students during a visit to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Nightmare on 13th

Unsafe spaces: 5 haunted houses in Utah

Mika Clopten looks at five local haunted houses that will give you a good fright.

The Weekly Reel: Fairy tale fancy

The Globe presents a look at the recent trend of the "mature" fairy tale film.
Theo Moss smiling

Op-ed: I’m voting for health care

Theo Moss explains why health care is their main concern for the 2020 election.