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Bruins caught slumbering against Central Arizona

Loss eased by acceptance to the National Junior College Tournament.
Eilonwy Kimball (red shirt) from Plot Bunny Studios shows her portfolio to an attendee.

Salt Lake Comic Con 2014 boasts larger crowds than ever before

Now that reporter Aldo Gomez has had time to recharge after Salt Lake Comic Con, here's the basic rundown of the convention.
Josselyn Ramos

New SLCCSA VP ‘having the ride of my life’

Josselyn Ramos is in her first term as vice president of the SLCC Student Association.
Portrait of Lindsay Simons

#SLCCVotes: Meet Lindsay Simons, candidate for SLCCSA president

Learn more about Lindsay Simons, candidate for president of the SLCC Student Association for 2021-22.

SLCC Fashion Institute helps students design their future

The SLCC Fashion Institute has grown from a fledgling collection of courses to a robust and popular program over the last few years. The institute is holding Fashion Week, a collection of activities including design workshops, Q&A sessions, and the Raw Couture fashion show.
George smiles for a photo

SLCC student George Kamungu aims to make the most of his education

Current SLCC student George Kamungu left Africa in 2011 to pursue educational opportunities.

Why you need an ePortfolio

Learn more about the ePortfolio and how SLCC students can get assistance.
Cars parked at a meter

How to avoid parking problems at SLCC

Read this parking guide to avoid getting a ticket on your car window -- or worse.

Mistaken identity, jealousy and the NEA lead to laughs when ‘Inspecting Carol’

Salt Lake Community College’s Black Box Theatre is presenting “Inspecting Carol” on the South City Campus. Styled as a cross between “Noises Off” and...

Publication Studies Class to Publish Chapbook

Translation by Hana Jabr will launch on April 12. The book is about a daughter's relationship with her father during the six years that he worked as a translator in Iraq.

The “Sky’s the Limit”

Everyone has a dream, but some dreams can be a little more challenging to achieve than others. Sometimes we are told that our dreams...

FAFSA applications first step for students to get money for school

Students who wish to qualify for the best possible federal grants in the shortest amount of time should avoid common costly mistakes.