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Great Salt Lake’s dust could cost $1.5 billion to fix with costs ‘skyrocketing’ as...

Mitigating dust from a shrinking Great Salt Lake could cost more than a billion dollars to fix, a new report from the Utah State Legislature's Auditor General found.
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Social media scams are on the rise among young adults. Here’s what to look...

Since 2017, the fastest-growing age bracket to fall victim to scams has been 20- to 30-year-olds.
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Photos: SLCC marks 75th anniversary with tribute and capsule event

Salt Lake Community College celebrated 75 years of educating students during an official ceremony on Sept. 14.
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Sen. Mitt Romney will not seek reelection in 2024

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney announced that he will not seek a second term, ending speculation about his future in the U.S. Senate.
Latinx Heritage Celebration 2023 - nuestra gente y sus historias - poder, progreso y prosperidad

Latinx Heritage celebrations at SLCC begin Sept. 19

Salt Lake Community College will once again commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month with four events this year.
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What does the end of affirmative action mean for higher ed?

After the U.S. Supreme Court's latest rulings on affirmative action, many higher education institutions will need to come up with race-neutral alternatives during the admissions process to reaching diversity goals.
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Free flu shots for Bruins this October

The Center for Health and Counseling will provide free influenza shots for SLCC students and employees across four campus locations in October.
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Lawsuit filed against Utah demanding action to save the Great Salt Lake

A coalition of environmental groups has filed a lawsuit against the state of Utah, accusing political leaders and agencies of not doing enough to save the Great Salt Lake.
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Great Salt Lake Collaborative wins journalism partnership award

The Great Salt Lake Collaborative received top recognition for Excellence in Collaboration and Partnership from the 2023 Online Journalism Awards.
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Utah teens work more than anywhere else in the nation, driving statewide job growth

Utah's consistently strong job market is providing ample opportunities for teenage workers who want to augment their education.
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ESL Legacy Mentors: A program offering guidance to SLCC students

SLCC students who receive help from ESL Legacy Mentors often return to the program to give back as mentors themselves.
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Some Utahns at higher risk of exposure to toxic dust from Great Salt Lake,...

Wind events and dust pollution caused by low water levels in Great Salt Lake impact communities in Tooele County and the western part of Salt Lake City.