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Stephen Lang

Movie review: ‘Don’t Breathe’

“Don’t Breathe” is a low-budget horror film that will shock and surprise audiences.
A full donation bin at SLCC

Thayne Center joins holiday service project

The holidays have come upon us already and along with it the season of giving. This year, in partnership with the Utah Food Bank,...

SLCC Student Association honors student filmmakers

Read about the winning entries from the 7th annual SLCCSA Film Festival.
Belly dance instructor Annie McIntire teaches student Bruce Daw the correct belly dance posture.

For the adventurous, belly dance offers a different kind of fine art credit

Belly dancing at SLCC offers students a course is stress reduction and fun.
Thuy Phan and Toan Nguyen study

Opinions differ on best time to study

Students say the best time to do homework is the time that best fits their schedule.
Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana with A.C. Cox

‘Exonerated Five’ members talk about growing up in prison

Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana discuss their incarcerations during SLCC’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Keynote.
Kam wears shirt that reads "Let's chalk about foster care"

Photos: Let’s chalk about foster care

View photos from the 2021 Utah Foster Care Chalk Art Festival.
Image from 'Fright Night'

‘Fright Night’ doesn’t scare anyone

Vampires are officially now the most overused movie plot in the history of cheesy movie monsters. Since Nosferatu came out in 1922 the film...
Illustration of coronavirus

SLCC to transition to online courses amid COVID-19 concerns

Salt Lake Community College will shift all spring semester courses to online only starting March 25.
Young boy holds sign that reads "Boys will be feminist"

Salt Lake City Women’s March amplifies hundreds of voices

Hundreds of people participated in the Salt Lake City Women's March to protest gender inequality.
Mindy Relyea and Justin Howard

SLCC wants more women involved in aviation

The college hopes that more female students will consider a career in aviation.
Runners starting the 5KRunDead

Runners attempt to outrun the undead horde in the name of charity

On Saturday, October 4, runners of all ages pit their wits and cardiovascular endurance against a scenario lifted straight from George A. Romero: outrunning the living dead. Michael Gault's photo essay shows you the results of the 5KRunDead.