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A serenade for voters from Neon Trees

Neon Trees rocked the vote away at SLCC's Redwood Campus for all those who showed up to vote on Election day. "Animal," the Neon Trees's...
Wasatch wing of Utah State Prison

SLCC gives students at Draper prison a second chance

Salt Lake Community College created a prison education program to help inmates obtain a higher education.
Self-defense training exercise

Health and fitness go hand in hand

The HLAC department hosted a conference to improve the fitness levels of SLCC students and staff.
Three long rows of plates with garnishings and sauces upon them in preparation of a meal being prepared.

Gain real-world experience with Culinary Club

Carlos Artiles-Fortun brings you insight into SLCC’s Culinary Club and what they do as a club to better their cooking and catering skills.
Nine dancers perform on stage

Performance majors make adjustments amid pandemic

The coronavirus won't stop Salt Lake Community College dance students from learning and performing together this fall.
Bobby Seale

Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale inspires next generation of activists

Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale believes this generation of students will carry on his party's message.

Students discuss sexual assault awareness

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Alejandra Almada gathers student opinions on the definition of sexual assault.
"Super Smash Bros. Ultimate" fight screen between Lucina and MewTwo

SLCC esports program hosts its own Turkey Bowl

The SLCC Smash Turkey Bowl Tournament gave students the opportunity to compete in a college esports competition.
"Tax time!" sticky note with 2020 tax forms

SLCC finance course prepares students for tax season

SLCC students who take a personal finance course say they are better prepared for tax filing season.
Gideon DiMeglio draws with his feet

Is a man measured by his feet, or by his feats?

Gideon DiMeglio was born without arms, but that hasn't stopped him from enjoying life. Learn more about where life has taken him and what brings him to Salt Lake Community College.
SLCC publications

SLCC publishing perseveres through pandemic

Despite the complications caused by COVID-19, SLCC continues to support student voices through various art and literary publications.
Family artifacts on display

Art installment showcases immigrant stories

The "How We Left Home" exhibit displays personal immigration stories, poems, speeches, and artifacts.