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Blood drive information

Help save lives with a blood donation

SLCC student Emmalie Rawlings and the American Red Cross will host a blood drive Tuesday at Miller Campus.
"Love shouldn't hurt" painted on woman's back

Domestic violence cases spike during pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has caused an increase in domestic violence calls.
Group photo of Race Swami swimmers

Race Swami keeps minority swimmers’ dreams afloat

Race Swami offers swimming programs to youths in underserved communities.
A Boeing 737-800 painted with a moustache to promote Movember back in 2011.

Aim for Big Moustache On Campus this Movember

SLCC students are growing out their facial hair in order to raise awareness for various men's health issues, including cancer. Learn more about the Big Moustache on Campus competition.
Lauren McCluskey in 2014

Jill McCluskey addresses Utah Student Association to promote campus safety

Jill McCluskey, the mother of slain University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey, spoke to Utah college and university student body presidents over Zoom on Friday.
Oxfam Hunger Banquet

Oxfam banquet gives a special gift: awareness

After attending the Oxfam Hunger Banquet last week, assistant editor Rachael Folland describes her experience and recalls lessons learned from the event.
The SLCC Bruin outside the Student center at Taylorsville campus

SLCC’s COVID-19 testing capacity lowered under omicron

As the omicron variant causes a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases, access to testing becomes a more valuable asset for SLCC students.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for April 4, 2022

Voices Amplified: April 4, 2022

SLCC student journalists talk with members of the Ukrainian community on this episode of Voices Amplified.
Financial aid information center board with fliers of various colors

Without an exact date, the student debt relief application is set to arrive in...

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Education said the student debt relief application will launch in "early October."
Commercial district in Sugarhouse neighborhood in Salt Lake City, Utah

SLC focuses on ‘traffic calming’ as lower speed limit enforcement faces obstacles

The Salt Lake City Council approved 20 mph speed limits in the city's residential areas in May.
John Peters

John Peters of Interpretive Graphics: Small business fosters ‘creative freedom’

John Peters, CEO of Interpretive Graphics, credits the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program for helping him grow his business.
Luz Escamilla speaks from a podium

Why students should care about SLC mayoral election

Salt Lake City mayoral candidates Luz Escamilla and Erin Mendenhall have been discussing several issues that impact SLCC students.