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Photos: 2020 SLCC Veterans Day flag ceremony

View photos from the Veterans Day flag raising ceremony at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
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SLCC to join first-generation student celebrations

SLCC will join other institutions around the country in celebrating first-generation college students.
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Rainbow Read-in spotlights voices from LBGTQ+ community

SLCC community members shared their favorite writings by LGBTQ+ authors during the Rainbow Read-in Oct. 28.
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Songwriting workshop teaches students to express themselves

The SLCC Community Writing Center hosted a virtual songwriting workshop in October.
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Students find alternatives for Halloween celebrations

As Utah reels from rising numbers of COVID-19, college students across the state are making plans for Halloween.
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COVID-19 delays some new campus dining options

Taher, Inc. recently took over catering and food services at Salt Lake Community College.
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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.
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Utah ski resorts prepare to open with new protocols

Local ski resorts prepare to open their lifts for a new season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Prism: a free weekly Queer support group

Queer support group gives students a safe space

Prism meetings offer a place of refuge for LGBTQ students and employees during these tumultuous times.
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Ed Yong describes pandemic’s harsh reality during Tanner Forum keynote address

Journalist Ed Yong discussed several aspects of America's coronavirus response during his virtual keynote address for the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
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Haunted houses in the age of COVID-19

It may not be exactly the same as years past, but many of Utah’s Halloween favorites are still open, including Nightmare on 13th and the Haunted Forest.
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Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center hosting free movie events in October

Hit the G.A.S. events offer an open discussion on how gender and sexuality are portrayed in film.