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Thursday, December 2, 2021
Protesters hold "Justice for George Floyd" and "Black Lives Matter" signs

Peaceful protest turns violent in downtown Salt Lake City

Here's a look at some of the major developments that took place in Salt Lake City during the protest against police brutality on Saturday.
Candy corn

5 terrible Halloween treats

Christopher Toney-El shares his list of least favorite Halloween treats.
SLCC property vandalized with message of hate.

Vandalism spreads hatred through words

A recent case of vandalism at the Taylorsville Redwood campus raises concerns
Headshot of Deeqa Hamid

Open letter: Why your vote counts

Deeqa Hamid explains how SLCC students can be a driving force for change in the upcoming election.
Maya Angelou slide on screen

Women Overcoming Obstacles honor Maya Angelou

Shero.us, an organization that honors extraordinary women, hosted an event to honor Dr. Maya Angelou on Wednesday, April 11. Illness kept Angelou from attending, but a roster of four guest speakers salvaged the event.
No More Silence: A BSU Panel Discussion

Black Student Union to address poetry slam incident

On Friday, the Black Student Union will host a panel discussion about the disruption that occurred during last week's virtual poetry slam.
New and used textbooks

It pays to know your textbook options

The bookstore is just one of many places where students can purchase their textbooks.
Grayscale portrait of Joy Tlou

SLCC mourns death of PR director Joy Tlou

Joy Tlou, the public relations director of Salt Lake Community College, died suddenly this past weekend.

Dear Dick: Fireworks are restricted

Dear Dick, I don’t know if you have turned on the news recently, seen big plumes of smoke or a fire-ravaged mountainside but we are...
Kelly and Ray with donated items

‘Keep a Bruin Warm’ shields students from the cold

Kelly Brown recaps the "Keep a Bruin Warm" donation drive and encourages SLCC students and faculty to support those in need.
Estercilia Simanca Pushaina gives a presentation

Attorney, author advocates for future of Wayuu people

Colombian-Wayuu author and attorney Estercilia Simanca Pushaina discussed her advocacy for the indigenous Wayuu people Feb. 27 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Students study near post production bays

Letter from the Editor: Look for the constants

Globe editor in chief Amie Schaeffer wants to hear from SLCC students as resume their schedules amid the coronavirus pandemic.