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Mats Mudrow gives a presentation next to a projection screen with his likeness on it

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.
Visual Art and Design Department green room

Poster design contest features $200 prize

The SLCC Visual Art and Design Department invites all students to participate in their annual Student Art Showcase poster design contest.
Eclipse 6 on stage

Celebrate Christmas with Eclipse 6 at The Grand

The local a cappella group will bring the holiday spirit to SLCC in December.
No More Silence: A BSU Panel Discussion

Black Student Union to address poetry slam incident

On Friday, the Black Student Union will host a panel discussion about the disruption that occurred during last week's virtual poetry slam.
Markosian Library

Markosian Library gets a makeover

Some major upgrades took place in the Markosian Library over the summer.
Portrait of Tan France

‘Queer Eye’ star Tan France to host virtual Q&A during SLCC Giving Day

Tan France from "Queer Eye" will host a virtual Q&A for SLCC Giving Day on Feb. 17.

Adam Leipzig educates SLCC film students

Leipzig held a Q&A session to help SLCC students understand the essentials of film production.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for April 4, 2022

Voices Amplified: April 4, 2022

SLCC student journalists talk with members of the Ukrainian community on this episode of Voices Amplified.
Esports Recruitment Meeting for Spring 2023 flyer

With a new director, SLCC Esports respawns spring semester

Salt Lake Community College hired Jeffrey Sosa to lead the athletic department's esports program.
Piggy bank for college

Forum explains potential tuition increase

Get answers to some important tuition questions that were raised at the Truth In Tuition event.
Woman holds an iPhone X

Students react to new messaging features in upcoming iPhone update

Students discuss the pros and cons of iOS 16, which will allow iPhone users to edit and unsend recently sent text messages.
Carmen Taylor reads aloud

SLCC joins 2016 African American Read-In

Poetry lovers celebrated diversity during the African American Read-in.