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Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Community Happenings

Read up on recent local events.

Kenny and Peter perform poetry

Flying Words Project showcases ASL literature

Flying Words Project visited South City Campus on March 7. View photos from the ASL poetry performance featuring Peter Cook and Kenny Lerner.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for Feb. 28, 2022

Voices Amplified: Feb. 28, 2022

SLCC student journalists explore more diverse stories in their latest RadioActive takeover on KRCL.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for Feb. 2, 2023

Voices Amplified: 2 local performers express worry over bills targeting drag

Local drag performers and a student journalist discuss state legislation surrounding drag on the latest Voices Amplified.
Marilei and Julio Puentes at FanX

He Said She Said: FanX Diary

The He Said She Said duo attended all three days of FanX. In their latest column, the pair share their FanXperience in diary form.
Main Street Park City, Sundance

How to experience Sundance this year

The coronavirus pandemic has turned Sundance 2021 into a virtual event. Learn how to participate in the online festival.
Sun-shaped Iosepa sign in front of playground

Pacific Islanders celebrate cultural heritage at Iosepa memorial

The Pacific Islander community celebrates their unique place in Utah history at the former Polynesian colony of Iosepa.
Pen inside open notebook

Community Writing Center to host DiverseCity Writing Series

SLCC's Community Writing Center is hosting a reading of works from DiverseCity Writing Series members on Oct. 24.
Eyeball next to Nightmare on 13th sign

Nightmare on 13th celebrates 31 years with a spirited return

Nightmare on 13th returned this year following a modified showing last Halloween season due to COVID-19 restrictions.
A group of people advocating for women’s reproductive rights gather for a picture on the south steps of the Capitol Building holding posters and signs

SLCC student helps lead a rally for reproductive rights at Utah Capitol

Marianne Aguero, a student at Salt Lake Community College, participated in the Women’s March reproductive rights rally at the state Capitol on Oct. 8.
Next Generation Radio virtual meeting

NPR’s Next Generation Radio takes college journalism to the next level

Globe staff writer Megan Neff recalls her time in NPR's Next Generation Radio program.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for March 7, 2022

Voices Amplified: March 7, 2022

SLCC students return to host another episode of RadioActive on KRCL.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for Feb. 9, 2023

Voices Amplified: Feb. 9, 2023

Listen to discussion on Utah politics, music, fashion and drag on the latest episode of Voices Amplified.