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A week of Martin Luther King, Jr. events

SLCC and U of U to celebrate Dr. King’s life and legacy.

Hollywood-style fashion show comes to Salt Lake

Salt Lake City is known for producing great local art, but sometimes finding the right venue to see the whole spectrum of art is...
South view of the Utah State Capitol

College president finalists to remain public in new Utah bill

House Bill 318 originally intended to restrict the release of Utah college president candidates to one finalist only.
Salt Lake City Police vehicle parked downtown

The complicated relationship between SLCPD and the homeless

The relationship between the homeless, activists, and police is often tenuous, but that isn't always the case.

In their own words: Utah candidates for Congress

Stay informed on the upcoming elections and read how Utah candidates for Congress will address local and national issues in this Globe exclusive.
Official Utah Republican 2020 primary ballot

Utah primary voting: What you need to know

Learn why the June 30 primary has captured the attention of several thousand Utah voters.
Kael Weston

#SLCCvotes: 5 questions for Kael Weston

Learn more about Kael Weston, the Democratic candidate for Utah's 2nd Congressional District.
Gov. Gary Herbert announces new COVID-19 State of Emergency

Gov. Herbert issues new emergency orders as COVID-19 cases continue to surge

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert issued a new state of emergency and a statewide mask mandate Sunday evening after a surge in coronavirus cases.
SLCC in block letters

SLCC students take pride in marching for equality

Learn more about SLCC's participation in the 2018 Utah Pride Festival.
Ryan holding a pug

Train Walk Poop: Happy dogs equal happy owners

Train Walk Poop, owned by Ryan Gwilliam, aims to strengthen the relationship between a dog and its owner.
Storm trooper in front of Watchtower cafe

Watchtower Coffee and Comics moves into new digs

Watchtower Coffee and Comics set up shop one block west on Main Street before the coronavirus outbreak forced them to close.

Career expo connects students with industry

Numerous employers will be in attendance for the Pathways to Professions Showcase later this month.