Both of SLCC's basketball teams are off to a hot start and there's more than one good reason to watch a Bruin basketball game.
Managing stress and seeking help can bring peace of mind to those who suffer from mental illness.
Utah Arts Festival attendees got to record in a live sound booth, thanks to a partnership between Salt Lake Community College and KUER.
Internet trolls forced the Black Student Union to abruptly shut down its virtual poetry slam Thursday.
Folio shared the best student art and literature from fall 2015 during its publication party last month. Find out how you can get published this spring.
A recent crime at the South City campus brings to light the frequency of theft at SLCC campuses.
Stephen Romney discusses movie etiquette, and the possibility that maybe bad manners at the theater might be a result of cinema atmosphere
Put the razors away -- it's time for Movember and No Shave November.
“Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” explores the relationship between health and culture of Native Americans and Pacific Islanders. The exhibit is currently on display at SLCC libraries.
The South City based theatre’s next presentation reveals the importance of storytelling.
After attending the Oxfam Hunger Banquet last week, assistant editor Rachael Folland describes her experience and recalls lessons learned from the event.
Salt Lake Community College interim president Deneece Huftalin and athletic director Kevin Dustin participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge to support the fight against ALS.