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Three bottles of Craft Artisan Sodas showing off three of the product line's flavors

SLCC cafeterias to stock Craft Artisan Sodas

As more and more people become wary of what kind of soft drinks they buy, one company hopes to provide smarter and healthier beverages to the students of SLCC.
Mariam Roe

SLCC grad dances her way to Russia

Mariam Roe was recently accepted into the Bolshoi Ballet Academy in Moscow.

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.
Sun-shaped Iosepa sign in front of playground

Pacific Islanders celebrate cultural heritage at Iosepa memorial

The Pacific Islander community celebrates their unique place in Utah history at the former Polynesian colony of Iosepa.
Multiple protesters hold signs denouncing Washington Redskins

Decades of activism helping to eliminate Native American mascots

Native American activists continue to advocate for the removal of Indigenous mascots across the United States.
A man and his knife

ROTC Field Training: Making an Officer, Day 1

Advanced party 0700-0800: Advanced party of cadets and cadre leave for Camp Williams to set up land navigation courses, water refill stations, and pick...

5K Fun Run supports UHP trooper’s fight against breast cancer

Trooper Bonnie Kunz faces a fourth round of treatments for breast cancer, people can show their support with donations through Oct. 1 at bit.ly/HelpBonnie.
An employee works from home

Pandemic remote work produces mixed results for people with disabilities

Remote work has benefited some people with disabilities, but many employees and job seekers still encounter ableism and a lack of inclusion.
SLCC block letters in rainbow colors

Utah Pride honors Stonewall riots during 2019 festival

Tens of thousands of people attended the 2019 Utah Pride Festival, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.
Joseph Batzel, left, and Steve Odenthal

Lessons learned at LUW conference

Rex Magana has a recap of some notable presentations from the League of Utah Writers conference on Saturday.
Utah State Capitol

Get the 411 on Utah’s candidates

Learn more about the candidates running for local, state and national offices in Utah.
"Pick it up, clean it up" volunteers

SVSLCC, community “pick it up, clean it up” for Earth Day

SLCC student veterans and local volunteers came to Birkhill Apartments to make a difference in the community.