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Jabbawockeez: before and after the masks go on

Last Friday, over 5,000 Salt Lake Community College students, faculty and community members came to the Taylorsville Redwood Campus to see the world famous...

SLCC Men’s Soccer rolls toward postseason

It's been a rollercoaster of a season for SLCC men's soccer. Early dominance and a 4-2 win over the University of Utah was the...

SLCC student body candidate platform highlights

Chris Lyden (President) who is studying Business hopes to use his experience if elected to learn how to run an organization as big as...
Alarm clock

Don’t snooze on these spring deadlines

Going back to school can be hectic, but SLCC students need to be aware of these fast-approaching deadlines.
Carlos Artiles-Fortun

Artiles-Fortun looks to get more students involved

Student Government Transition — Student Association Executive Vice President-elect wants more student involvement in student government.

Bruins Volleyball wins Region 18 Championship

Defeating NIC in 3 sets gives SLCC the right to represent the SWAC as Region 18A Champions.
SLCC students on campus

Making SLCC shine

In addition to Salt Lake Community College students that already live in the Salt Lake valley, every year a large number of students attend...
SLCCSA 21-22 student leaders Lindsay Simons and Derrick Tuff

Lindsay Simons, Derrick Tuff elected SLCCSA president, executive vice president

Lindsay Simons and Derrick Tuff will represent SLCCSA as president and executive vice president for 2021-22.
Cat shelter at Redwood Campus

Organizations join forces to treat and release cats roaming SLCC campus

Heidi Bledsoe has an update on the wild cats that live at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
OneCard offices

OneCard to include free UTA benefits

Starting August 1, SLCC students and staff will be able to ride UTA buses, TRAX, FrontRunner and other services for free.
A vial of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine

SLCC vaccine requirement raises questions

Registration for spring 2022 classes opened Oct. 28, and many SLCC students may still have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine requirement.
Josh Auava'a cleans a room while wearing special protective clothing

SLCC experiencing custodial staff shortage; down 42%

65 of the 156 total custodial positions at Salt Lake Community College remain unfilled.