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Girl vaping outdoors

Vaping: hysteria, or epidemic?

As vaping-related lung injuries increase, Amie Schaeffer addresses health and regulatory concerns tied to vaping.
Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana with A.C. Cox

‘Exonerated Five’ members talk about growing up in prison

Yusef Salaam and Raymond Santana discuss their incarcerations during SLCC’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Keynote.

1700 South now open near South City Campus

The orange barrels are disappearing from 1700 South. Learn more about the reconstruction project and what is left to be finished.
Wild Kingdom Train sign

Animal rights groups target Lagoon’s animal exhibits

Animal rights activists want Lagoon to end its ride that features wild animals.
Eclectic Latin-French fusion pastries on display at Fillings and Emulsions.

Award winning pastry chef opens bakery near South City Campus

French pastries with Latin influence served by award winning chef in newly opened bakery located near South City Campus
Skier on the mountain

Skiing, snowboarding communities take proactive approach to save winter recreations

The rise in temperatures during the cold months chills winter recreationists and businesses to the core.
Grayscale photo of crying woman

The holiday season: a time for giving, or grieving?

Trying to make sense of a loss is no easy task, and for some, the holidays intensify those feelings.
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.

How to stop bystander effect, domestic violence

Understand the dangers of domestic violence and how you can safely help someone in need.
Suzanne Ivie brings her son Zebulon to Jordan Campus for occupational therapy.

Body healing at Jordan Campus

SLCC clinic offers physical and occupational therapy for patients and hands on training for students.
Utah Highway Patrol

Gov. Herbert signs campus safety bill

SB 134 aims to prevent the circumstances that contributed to the murder of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey.

Get better rest for the remainder of the semester

A small amount of planning and bedtime discipline can make a huge difference for an exhausted college student.