Second annual conference at SLCC brings attention to student research
Salt Lake Community College students showcased their semester-long research on various topics during the second annual Undergraduate Projects and Research Conference at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Dance students showcase their final work for ‘Body Language’ concert
SLCC Dance Company held its spring 2023 concert, titled “Body Language,” over two nights in April at the South City Campus.
SLCC’s semi-annual Student Speakers’ Showcase returns
Six student speakers will have a chance to earn a cash prize and a collegiate award during a special showcase event Thursday at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
‘We Belong’: A SLCC documentary that celebrates Utah’s trans community
In "We Belong," three transgender people from different age groups share their experiences with coming out, gender dysphoria and transphobia.
SLCC film students cover lack of reporting when Indigenous people go missing
Produced by SLCC film students, "Missing Murdered Unheard" explores the lack of attention and response to crimes against Indigenous peoples
Voices Amplified: April 20, 2023
Hear from a student attempting to ban bark softening procedures and student documentarians as they discuss their projects on this episode of Voices Amplified.
NYT bestselling author, Utah native shares her work of Black identity for SLCC reading
New York Times bestselling author Rio Cortez read several poems from her latest collection on April 12 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ alum, local drag queens bring first-of-its-kind show to SLCC
Adore Dolano headlined the first-ever drag show organized by the SLCC Student Association on April 7 at the Alder Amphitheater.
Women take back their identity in new SLCC art exhibit
Utah women in different stages of life express their roles and identities as part of the "Call Forth" art exhibition at South City Campus.
Voices Amplified: April 13, 2023
SLCC student journalists interview environmental advocates about the Great Salt Lake and other local concerns on this episode of Voices Amplified.
Students facing grief have access to support resources
Support groups and other resources exist for college students who are grieving a loss.
How SLCC students can boost their nutrition on a budget
Maintaining good nutrition while in college is more doable than students may realize, according to Whitney Ockey from the Center for Health and Counseling.