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Rae Duckworth holds a "Justice for Bobby" sticker near a mural in Salt Lake City

Murals paint memories of those lost to police violence across the US

In recent years, artists in Salt Lake City and other U.S. cities have painted "gravestone murals" to commemorate people killed by police across the country.
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SLCC offers free menstrual products. Here’s how students can access them

SLCC offers menstrual products to students free of charge at several locations across the college’s campuses.
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SLCC audit finds issues with complaint reporting and employee websites

An internal audit revealed issues with complaint reporting and employee websites at Salt Lake Community College.
Pete Souza stands at a podium beside LBJ's swearing-in photo projected on a screen

Former White House photographer tells stories of humanity in the nation’s highest office

Former chief White House photographer Pete Souza shared his experiences during the 2022 Tanner Forum on Social Ethics at SLCC’s South City Campus.
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Lake questions: Can we bring water from the ocean to the Salt Lake?

This week’s Great Salt Lake questions explore the idea of pulling water from the ocean, lake area prioritization and license plates.
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As educators leave at increasing rates, advocates and students express worry

An exodus of teachers and educators, combined with fewer students earning education degrees, is ringing alarms for education advocates.
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SLCC’s Sarah Reale elected to the State Board of Education

Sarah Reale, director of digital marketing at Salt Lake Community College, defeated Laurel Fetzer in the race for the 5th District seat on the Utah State Board of Education.
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Photos: 2022 Veterans Day flag ceremony

SLCC hosted its annual Veterans Day flag ceremony Thursday at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
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Utah universities work to alleviate water crisis through conservation efforts

Utah colleges and universities are taking their own measures to help address the state’s water crisis.
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Utah 2022 election update: Republicans win all five federal races

Utah will send five Republican incumbents back to Congress after reelecting Sen. Mike Lee, Rep. Blake Moore, Rep. Chris Stewart, Rep. John Curtis and Rep. Burgess Owens in the 2022 midterm elections.
#SLCCvotes 2022: vote by mail or in person; Election Day is Nov 8th

SLCC votes 2022: US House District 4

Learn more about Republican Rep. Burgess Owens, Democratic challenger Darlene McDonald and United Utah Party candidate January Walker in this debate recap for Utah's 4th Congressional District seat.
#SLCCvotes 2022: vote by mail or in person; Election Day is Nov 8th

SLCC votes 2022: US Senate

Learn more about Republican Sen. Mike Lee and independent candidate Evan McMullin in this debate recap for one of Utah's U.S. Senate seats.