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FanX: Five Thursday events that were worth attending

Salt Lake Comic Con's Fan X features so many things that staff writer Aldo Gomez tries to help catch up on events that might have been missed.
Pumpkinhead sign requiring masks

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.
Flag ceremony at Redwood

SLCC honors veterans with weeklong celebration

Chris Dallof recaps the Veterans Week festivities held at Salt Lake Community College.
"Whirling Starry Female Storm" painting

President’s Art Show remains popular despite coronavirus concerns

The 2020 SLCC President's Art Show received a higher-than-expected number of submissions amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Students grow through SLCC Study Abroad

Students who participate in a study abroad program learn as much about themselves as the countries and cultures they explore.
Corporate Partnership Center at Miller Campus

The Mill at Miller Campus helps elevate entrepreneurs

Located at Miller Campus, The Mill provides expertise and technical support to local entrepreneurs and small business owners.
Virtual meeting between playwrights and cast members

SLCC playwriting festival amplifies young voices

Young artists from across the state participated in Salt Lake Community College's Grand Youth New Voices Playwriting Festival.
Inge Auerbacher sings copies of her book

Inge Auerbacher shares her story of survival

Holocaust survivor Dr. Inge Auerbacher shared her experiences with SLCC students on Nov. 12.
Pink dress design with matching culinary photo

‘Good Taste’ exhibit mixes good eats and good looks

Salt Lake Community College is hosting a fashion exhibit featuring several designs by alumnus Michael Ryan Andolsek.
Graphic reads "Be the change"

SLCCSA elections: Meet the candidates for 2021-22

SLCC student elections begin Monday. Learn more about this year's candidates.
John Peters

John Peters of Interpretive Graphics: Small business fosters ‘creative freedom’

John Peters, CEO of Interpretive Graphics, credits the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program for helping him grow his business.
Headshot of Jacob Hoehne

Issimo Story Agency: Storytelling with a purpose

Issimo Story Agency focuses on brand storytelling to stand out in the content marketing arena.