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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.
Portrait of Danielle Higgs

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.
Puss in Boots and Kitty Softpaws

‘Puss in Boots’ leaves the shadow of ‘Shrek’

Many people get on my case when I talk about how mean-spirited the early “Shrek” films were. The one thing people tend to forget...
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Armed robbery occurs at Taylorsville Redwood Campus

A male student was robbed at gunpoint at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Tuesday.
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2021 Graduate of Excellence draws on past to build a brighter future

Rachel Santizo survived addiction on her path to becoming a Graduate of Excellence at Salt Lake Community College.
Aaron Paul (right) and Scott Mescudi (left)

Movie Review: ‘Need for Speed’ gives audiences fast cars and furious driving

'Need for Speed' breaks bad at the theaters.
Lyndsey Madrigal stands at first base

Lyndsey Madrigal becomes NJCAA Division I Softball All-American

Salt Lake Community College freshman Lyndsey Madrigal earned a place on the NJCAA Softball All-America Team.
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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...
Marcilina Grayer gestures from the sideline

Grayer begins new era of SLCC women’s basketball

SLCC turns to former player and longtime assistant Marcilina Grayer to lead the women’s basketball team.
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How to spend winter break in Salt Lake

Scott Funk has a few ideas for how SLCC students can enjoy their winter break.