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The pandemic’s effects on mental health, learning

Mental health symptoms affect cognition and executive function, explaining the difficult transition to in-person learning.
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The importance of SLCC’s Bruin Pantry

To assist students, staff and faculty, SLCC offers the Bruin Pantry, where they can grab food and essential supplies.
Tacey M. Atsitty, left, stands with Eric Watchman

Poet honors Native American Heritage Month with poetry reading at SLCC

Tacey M. Atsitty performed a poetry reading at Taylorsville Redwood Campus for Native American Heritage Month.
A Kyle Rittenhouse supporter in Kenosha Wisconsin standing near Bradford High School

Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted: Students react

After fatally shooting two people and injuring another in August 2020, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted by a jury on Friday.
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Preview: Salt Lake Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance

SLCC is co-sponsoring the third annual Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance on Nov. 27 in Salt Lake City.
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Pulitzer Prize winner discusses American caste system at Tanner Forum on Social Ethics

Salt Lake Community College welcomed Isabel Wilkerson over livestream as the keynote speaker at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics.
Animation studio lab at South City Campus

Animation at SLCC: An inside look

Salt Lake Community College offers a comprehensive animation program for students who want to pursue the field as a career.
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Photos: SLCC commemorates Veterans Day with flag ceremony

View photos from the Veterans Day flag ceremony held at Taylorsville Redwood Campus on Thursday.
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Black Student Union holds workshop to defend critical race theory, academic freedom

The Black Student Union hosted a panel discussion to explore the debate surrounding critical race theory and academic freedom.
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SLCC vaccine requirement raises questions

Registration for spring 2022 classes opened Oct. 28, and many SLCC students may still have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Lauren Hamilton-Soule stands in front of "You Belong Here" wall

‘You are not alone’: Queer Student Association supports LGBTQ students

The Queer Student Association gives students a place to find inclusion and support at Salt Lake Community College.
Thy Vu Mims and Tripp Mims of Mims Bakery

SLCC staff member Thy Vu Mims remembered for what she gave to Salt Lake...

SLCC marketing manager Thy Vu Mims was killed by a suspected drunk driver during a police chase on Oct. 16.