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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.
Trump supporters outside the Utah Capitol

Trump supporters rally at Utah Capitol amid chaos in DC

Supporters of President Donald Trump converged on the Utah State Capitol to protest the 2020 election results.
Rae Duckworth holds a megaphone

Higher education reacts to CRT debate

Utah students and educators weigh in on the debate over critical race theory.
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.

Utah ballot propositions all projected to pass

Get a quick update on some of the statewide propositions and amendments on this year's ballot.

SLCC raises awareness of hunger and homelessness

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week starts Monday, Nov. 12. Students have the chance to give to the cause and learn about hunger, homelessness and poverty in Utah and around the world.
Maya Angelou slide on screen

Women Overcoming Obstacles honor Maya Angelou

Shero.us, an organization that honors extraordinary women, hosted an event to honor Dr. Maya Angelou on Wednesday, April 11. Illness kept Angelou from attending, but a roster of four guest speakers salvaged the event.
University of Utah aerial photo

Colleges move toward community policing amid campus assaults

Learn more about campus safety policies after a recent sexual assault at the University of Utah.
The Stonewall Inn neon sign

Remembering Stonewall

The Stonewall riots, which started June 28, 1969, effectively launched the gay rights movement.
Tents line a city sidewalk

Amid shelter closing, SLCC amps up support of basic needs

As homeless adapt to a new normal at the new resource centers, Salt Lake Community College evaluates how to best support its own homeless students and faculty.