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Several events scheduled for SLCC Pride Month

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center will host six events throughout June in celebration of Pride Month.
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Utah veterans reflect on Memorial Day

As the nation pauses to remember its fallen military heroes, several Utah veterans share their Memorial Day memories.
Portrait of Nadia Yahyapour

Multicultural council members value student voices, diversity

Members of the Salt Lake Community College Multicultural Student Council open up about the importance of student voices and diversity.
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Understanding vaccine hesitancy in Utah’s Latino community

Several members of Utah's Latino population explain their hesitation toward the COVID-19 vaccine.
Guadalupe Gomez shares a mask selfie

Salt Lake Community College drops mask mandate

Salt Lake Community College no longer requires face coverings after the Utah State Legislature passed a ban on mask requirements in Utah schools.
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‘We wanted to share our story’: Why SLCC commissioned a Latinx mural

Agustin Bautista-Silva's butterfly mural reaffirms the experiences of Latinx students on campus through art.
SLCC 2020 graduation package

A graduation checklist for SLCC students

Learn more about the graduation process at Salt Lake Community College.
Invite for 2020 & 2021 SLCC Commencement Ceremony

Commencement 2021: What you need to know

Salt Lake Community College's next commencement ceremony will honor both the 2020 and 2021 graduates.
Sign reads "Standing in solidarity with Minneapolis"

Marching forward: Chauvin conviction eases unrest

Protesters and advocates expressed hope after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder and manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd.
Amie Schaeffer sticks her tongue out

Letter from the editor: Farewell, Bruins

Read this heartfelt letter from Amie Schaeffer, who concludes her time as editor-in-chief of The Globe.
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SLCC publishing perseveres through pandemic

Despite the complications caused by COVID-19, SLCC continues to support student voices through various art and literary publications.
Celebrate AAPI heritage with SLCC

SLCC celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander community

SLCC will host multiple events to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.