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SLCC student turns tragedy into triumph

Forget the spandex and cape, this superhero has wheels! Learn more about Miss Wheelchair Utah 2020 and SLCC student, Lina Nguyen.
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SLCC looks to fund an expansion into Herriman

SLCC wants to expand its campuses into areas where there is growth in the Salt Lake valley to better serve student's needs.
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Mara Liasson takes on fake news

NPR political correspondent Mara Liasson spoke at the Tanner Forum on Social Ethics on Wednesday, Nov. 8.

IAB Open House and dedication of Cultural Commons

The new Instruction and Administration building opens with a general air of acceptance from students and faculty alike.
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SLCC student leaders work to build, serve community

The SLCC Student Association encourages student involvement on campus through leadership roles.
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Black History Month celebration continues with poetry slam

Students enjoy some rhymes with their lunch at the Taylorsville Redwood Student Center.
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Breaking down SLCC student tuition

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, SLCC adjusted its course delivery while leaving tuition rates unchanged for fall semester.
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SLCC to celebrate first-generation college students

Salt Lake Community College will host a celebration event for first-generation students and alumni on Thursday.
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Slacking in school can impact your future

When trying to earn a scholarship or gain acceptance into a university, “Cs get degrees” is no motto to live by.

Students with disabilities can find relief with Disability Resource Center

SLCC's Disability Resource Center works to ensure that students with disabilities can excel in their studies.
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President’s Message: End of fall semester

President Deneece Huftalin has some words of encouragement for students as the fall semester comes to a close.

Students create checklist to fight climate change

As global warming progresses, SLCC students and faculty urge the community to make small changes in their lives to reduce their impact on the environment.