4 places to go for a better SLCC experience
Here are four facilities at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus that every student can use to improve their SLCC experience.
SLCC offers some cool classes
SLCC students can learn how to build a guitar, cook or even start a rock band.
COVID-19 delays some new campus dining options
Taher, Inc. recently took over catering and food services at Salt Lake Community College.
End of an era as 3.2 beer leaves Utah
Utah recently said goodbye to 3.2 percent beer, welcoming heavier alcoholic beers to grocery and convenience store shelves.
Stella Grill offers adventurous flavors at conservative prices
The next time you're near South City Campus on your lunch break, try this local hotspot.
Globe staffers share favorite SLC dining options
Staff at The Globe share some of their favorite places to eat in Salt Lake City.
The leap into a vegetarian diet can be daunting, but rewarding
Nadhirrah explains how to begin a vegetarian diet and options available for substituting meat.
Home sweet home: Culinary students build gingerbread village to spread holiday cheer
SLCC culinary arts students put their baking skills to good use this holiday season.
Labor and supply shortages create obstacles for SLCC’s on-campus dining
Labor shortages, supply outages and a large decrease in sales volume prevented SLCC campus cafes from fully opening.
Change is brewing: Utah lawmakers could allow stronger beer in grocery stores
S.B. 132 would allow Utah grocery stores to sell beer with 4.8 percent alcohol content.
Students sample Asian cuisine at Taste of Asia
SLCC students were gained an appreciation for Asian culture through food. Jestin Blake has the details.
Utah Legislature may remove dozens of hard seltzers from grocery store shelves
Hard seltzers with ethyl alcohol flavorings will be pulled from Utah grocery store shelves if Senate Bill 176 passes.