NPR political correspondent Mara Liasson spoke at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
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.
The 2020 Utah State Fair took place Sept. 10-20 in Salt Lake City.
The rising journalists of Salt Lake Community College and Amplify Utah participate in another RadioActive takeover on KRCL.
Here's a recap on some of the sights and sounds of Salt Lake Comic Con 2015.
Dr. Anthony J. Nocella II supports several community initiatives while teaching criminal justice at Salt Lake Community College.
Dozens of BLM protesters and opponents met at Taylorsville Redwood Campus last Friday.
SLCC students discuss Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the positive influence and contributions Hispanic Americans have had in the United States.
Ed Yong, a staff writer at The Atlantic, will speak at the virtual Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
SLCC student journalists talk with members of the Ukrainian community on this episode of Voices Amplified.
The He Said She Said duo attended all three days of FanX. In their latest column, the pair share their FanXperience in diary form.
Students and community members can learn more about media literacy during a virtual panel discussion on Thursday.