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Preview: Salt Lake Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance

SLCC is co-sponsoring the third annual Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance on Nov. 27 in Salt Lake City.
Side view of the INK alumni exhibit

7th SLCC alumni art and design show premieres

Salt Lake Community College's seventh annual alumni art and design show, INK, opened Monday at South City Campus.
Portrait of Isabel Wilkerson

Pulitzer Prize winner discusses American caste system at Tanner Forum on Social Ethics

Salt Lake Community College welcomed Isabel Wilkerson over livestream as the keynote speaker at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
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Photos: SLCC commemorates Veterans Day with flag ceremony

View photos from the Veterans Day flag ceremony held at Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Thursday.
Adolescent children learning in a classroom

Black Student Union holds workshop to defend critical race theory, academic freedom

The Black Student Union hosted a panel discussion to explore the debate surrounding critical race theory and academic freedom.
Lauren Hamilton-Soule stands in front of "You Belong Here" wall

‘You are not alone’: Queer Student Association supports LGBTQ students

The Queer Student Association gives students a place to find inclusion and support at Salt Lake Community College.
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The happiest state? Highlighting the reality of suicide prevention in Utah

A 2021 WalletHub study listed Utah as the happiest state in the nation, but suicide and mental health statistics offer a harsher reality.
Banner hanging outside Fun Time Kidz Care

Officials: Day care known for conspiracy theories houses children safely

Contrary to conspiracy theories, Fun Time Kidz Care in Salt Lake City is a functioning day care facility, and nothing else.

Pop culture holidays sparkle at SLCC

Social media has become a haven for celebrating just about every type of non-holiday.
Group of traditional dancers

Hispanic Heritage Month: What it means to students

SLCC students discuss Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the positive influence and contributions Hispanic Americans have had in the United States.
Close-up of McCune Mansion

5 most haunted places in Salt Lake City

From sites of horrific murders to a historic military base that housed prisoners of war, five attractions stand out for being the scariest places in Salt Lake City.
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Sex education in Utah: What students did — and didn’t — learn in the...

Sex education is required curriculum in Utah high schools, but students say the classroom isn’t where they are learning the most.