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President’s Art Show award winners share their sources of inspiration

Three Utah artists share the inspirations behind their award-winning submissions for the 2018 SLCC President’s Art Show.

Movie review: ‘Blade Runner 2049’

Movie critic Court Casselman says "Blade Runner 2049" is a spectacular sci-fi sequel that surpasses the original in every way.
Coloring Outside the Lines club members

Coloring Outside the Lines club members find comfort, support

SLCC students who join Coloring Outside the Lines discover an atmosphere of diversity and acceptance.
Canvas announcement regarding personal pronouns

Changes to Canvas invite more inclusivity

SLCC students can now pick the pronouns they best identify with on Canvas.
Lauren McCluskey running track

No charges against officer in McCluskey case; parents settle for $13.5 million

Luke Nichols reviews the events that transpired following the death of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey.
Chalkboard reads "reject white supremacy"

No More Silence: Black Student Union speaks for change

The Black Student Union hosted a panel discussion Friday after racist agitators interrupted the virtual poetry slam on Feb. 4.
South City Campus

SLCC serves up new inter-campus shuttle

Salt Lake Community College students will be getting a lift between select campuses via a new shuttle bus service this fall. The B-line shuttle...
Screenshot of COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge webinar

SLCC joins White House-led vaccine challenge

Salt Lake Community College is participating in the White House COVID-19 College Vaccine Challenge.
Eyeball next to Nightmare on 13th sign

Nightmare on 13th celebrates 31 years with a spirited return

Nightmare on 13th returned this year following a modified showing last Halloween season due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Murphey vapes

Can vape shops withstand a flavor ban?

With 7 states issuing a ban on flavored vaping products, Austin Brewer explores how a flavor ban could destroy an entire industry.
Sea of red pleading lawmakers for funding

Utah teachers walk out, demand more funding

The Salt Lake Education Association organized the “Walk for Students” to demand more funding for schools.
Students join a remote lecture

Professors shift lectures to remote instruction during COVID-19 pandemic

As SLCC students and professors transition to online-only classes, one professor is creating engaging content to help navigate uncharted territory.