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Saturday, April 10, 2021


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SLCC softball team at Nationals

3rd time not the charm for Bruin softball at NJCAA Nationals

SLCC finishes in the runner-up spot at the NJCAA Division I Softball Championship for the third consecutive season. Click for a complete recap of Saturday's tournament action from the diamond in St. George, Utah.
Shanae Tanner

“14 Days of Love” grand prize winners announced

"14 Days of Love" gives two SLCC Students tuition wavers to help celebrate.

Tenth annual Raw Couture fashion show gallops into the West

This year’s Raw Couture theme is American Indians, inspired by the Utah Museum of Fine Arts exhibition titled 'Bierstadt to Warhol: American Indians in the West.'

Students find practical reasons to commute by bike

A barren bike rack at Salt Lake Community College is rarely seen, even on the chilliest of mornings. Many SLCC students rely on the...
Using a One Card at the printers.

SLCC OneCard serves many purposes

Learn about some of the different ways you can use your student ID at Salt Lake Community College.

Upcoming Health Promotion event answers questions about safe sex

Health & Wellness is hosting a sex education event entitled “Building Healthy Relationships” to answer student's questions and provide resources.

Surplus Department revives items for reuse and recycling

Watchful consumers can find great deals by picking up items that SLCC no longer needs.

Student’s novel approach to same sex relationships

Salt Lake Community College student Ryan Ford began writing The Unprotected in 2008 while taking a marriage relationship class with Professor Dale Smith. The...
Chase Larson, left, and Nate Brown

New WTF boxes coming to a campus near you

The Salt Lake Community College Student Association hopes new anonymous "What to Fix" suggestion boxes will increase student input on campus issues.
Students at the Learning Center

Free tutoring helps students prep for final exams, next semester

Final exams are fast approaching and Salt Lake Community College has a resource that can help students brush up on subjects learned throughout the...
John Fenton, right, helps a student

Cash and Keep is a different kind of textbook buyback program

Students can sell their textbooks now and still use them through the end of the semester. Ana Maria Durango has the details.

Taking security measures

Is crime an issue at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus? With only a few car lockouts and a couple of trespassers, officer Eric Davies knows...