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Enough is enough: It’s time to break the silence and shine a light on...

Globe reporter Tamra Rachol shares her story of domestic violence in the hopes that it may help someone in a similar situation.
Club Rush

4 ways to make friends in college

Mika Clopten has some suggestions for students who want a new BFF.
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Love always wins: Pride, BLM unite in fight for equality

While the coronavirus pandemic interrupted traditional Pride month celebrations, the LGBTQ+ community still stood in solidarity for change and equality.
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Alternative ideas to Black Friday

The Occupy Wall Street movement and a high unemployment rate have changed the way people are thinking about consumerism. Many are leaving their banks...
Carlos Moreno, left, and Arturo Salazar

President-elect Arturo Salazar pushes for more school pride

Salazar will replace Carlos Moreno as student body president for the 2016-17 school year.
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Photos: SLCC softball earns No. 1 ranking

The undefeated Bruins earned a No. 1 ranking in the latest NJCAA softball poll.
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Construction to begin on new SLCC campus in Herriman

Construction will begin this summer on the Juniper Canyon Campus in Herriman, which was first conceptualized a decade ago.
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The effects of COVID-19 persist for several, including two SLCC English professors

Brittany Stephenson and Bernice Olivas still live with severe health issues several months after contracting COVID-19.
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SLCC Student Council speaks on vaccine mandate exemptions

Read this letter from Danielle Higgs regarding the COVID-19 vaccine mandate that will take effect next semester.
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Photos: 2020 Sundance Film Festival

View photos from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
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E-textbooks not as popular as you might think

While e-books are cheaper than their printed counterparts, Dillon Anderson investigates why most students don't use them.
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SLCC smokers risk their health and the health of others

According to the American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation, over 530 colleges and universities nationwide have gone completely smoke-free, including on-campus student housing as of July...