Because of COVID-19, the SLCC Film Production Club is making changes for the fall 2020 semester.
Formerly known as Club Rush, the Mega Fair gives SLCC students the opportunity to learn about different clubs and campus resources.
The SLCC chapter of the Black Student Union hosts several events aimed at changing perceptions about racism.
The Lunch Bucket Open Mic gives students a place to read their poetry to a live audience.
SLCC students and administrators joined the #WashTheHate campaign to combat racism and discrimination amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Step back in time with hundreds of newly digitized photos from the Salt Lake Community College archives.
The coronavirus pandemic won't stop the Thayne Center from holding its #SLCCserves event later this month.
The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center and the Community Writing Center launched Write It OUT, a writing group for LGBTQ+ SLCC students and the community.
The SLCC Student Association hosts Bruin Days events at several campuses to boost student involvement.
The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive Monday at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
As SLCC awaits the arrival of exonerated Central Park Five members Raymond Santana and Yusef Salaam, students and faculty reflect on wrongful convictions and possible reparations.
Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana of the Exonerated Five will appear at SLCC on Feb. 18. Learn more about their wrongful conviction in the Central Park jogger case.