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Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine receives FDA approval

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration for protection against the spread of COVID-19 in people 16 and above.
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Bruins dance new semester stress away

Salt Lake Community College Student Association started the year off strong with the first school dance of the semester on Friday.
Sarah Reale speaking at her campaign launch event

SLCC instructor runs for SLC Council District 5

Sarah Reale, an adjunct professor of political science and the director of digital marketing at Salt Lake Community College, is running for Salt Lake City Council in District 5.
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Decades of activism helping to eliminate Native American mascots

Native American activists continue to advocate for the removal of Indigenous mascots across the United States.
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SLCC’s International Student Services: Your home away from home

International Student Services helps Salt Lake Community College students from all over the world.
Portrait of Craig Ferrin

SLCC professor guides students through music

Craig Ferrin, a music professor at Salt Lake Community College, has been sharing his joy of music with students in Utah for more than 30 years.
Maria Pastrana Lopez stands in front of Utah State Capitol

SLCC student traveled to U.S. to chase childhood dream

Maria Pastrana Lopez immigrated from Colombia to the United States to fulfill a dream career in medicine.
Illustration of puzzle pieces of the brain

How disability services transfer from high school to college

An Individual Education Plan, or IEP, allows the state of Utah to aid students with learning disabilities.
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Online vs. in-person classes: How students benefit

As the fall 2021 semester begins, college students and professors consider the differences between online and in-person classes.
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TRIO’s commitment to first-generation student success

TRIO staff mentors are ready to help low-income and first-generation students at Salt Lake Community College.
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SLCC internships include real-world experience outside of Utah

Thanks to SLCC internship programs, students can pursue their educational and career interests in a variety of places, including Washington, D.C.
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Addressing mental health: Student tools and resources

Mental health workers at Salt Lake Community College are ready to combat any issues affecting a student's well-being.