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Thursday, October 1, 2020

Business

Read up on the SLCC School of Business, company profiles and more.

Woman with her dog

Don’t leave your dog at home

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Learn about some of the local stores and restaurants where you can take your dog.
Dr. Yoram Bauman

Comedian: Climate change is no laughing matter

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Dr. Yoram Bauman combined comedy and economics during his Earth Day presentation last week.
Amy Rees Anderson speaks to students

Local entrepreneur shares business savvy

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Amy Rees Anderson spoke to SLCC students earlier this month at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Winning team

SLCC DECA hosts first Bruin Basketball Brawl

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The DECA club hosted the tournament to raise funds to travel to a competition in California.
Watchtower Cafe

Entrepreneurs take many paths to success

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Entrepreneurs often have humble beginnings, but their success stories can inspire others.
Robert Reich, left, and Nick Burns

Robert Reich speaks at SLCC Tanner Forum

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Economy expert Robert Reich was the keynote speaker at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
Curtis Youngman

A conversation with Curtis Youngman

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Jayel Kirby talks to longtime SLCC professor Curtis Youngman, who is retiring this June.
Jason Wild and fellow comedians

SLCC student aims to change game night

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Those who can't put their phones down can participate in a new party game.
Pile of credit cards

5 Cs of credit every student should know

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Students need to get smart about their credit profile. Learn the "5 Cs" of credit as explained by SLCC finance professor Dennis Wilson.
Huftalin applauds Herbert

Quotes from Gov. Herbert’s campus visit

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Read some of the responses that Gov. Gary Herbert gave to SLCC students during a Q&A session last Wednesday.

Best-selling author Naomi Klein to speak at Tanner Forum on Social Ethics

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Eco-activist Naomi Klein will discuss the affects of capitalism on our environment Nov. 10 at the Grand Theatre.
David Kestenbaum, left, and Stacy Vanek Smith

NPR’s Planet Money talks economics at SLCC

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During their visit to Utah the hosts of NPR's podcast Planet Money spoke to students at Salt Lake Community College.