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Native Drum Group at SLCC Powwow

SLCC powwow to reunite Indigenous community after two-year hiatus

After a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the SLCC Social Powwow returns April 16 at Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
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.
Richard Diaz and Alonso Reyna Rivarola

SLCC looks to become Hispanic serving. A collaborative work team and school groups are...

Salt Lake Community College is beginning to develop a framework that will improve the school's ability to serve Hispanic and Latino students.
H&R Block in Taylorsville

Tax help available to students for the 2022 tax season

With the 2022 tax deadline fast approaching, free or low-cost tax return preparation resources exist throughout the Salt Lake Valley.
Transgender pride flags read "Families are made of love"

Utahns gather at state Capitol to protest transgender sports ban

LGBTQ students, activists and policymakers condemn Utah House Bill 11, which bans transgender girls from competing in school sports.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for March 28, 2022

Voices Amplified: March 28, 2022

The rising journalists of Salt Lake Community College and Amplify Utah participate in another RadioActive takeover on KRCL.
View north along Interstate 15 and west along Interstate 80 at Exit 308 (Interstate 80 west) in Salt Lake City, Utah

A surge in wrong-way drivers across Utah results in over 40 collisions, 7 deaths

Utah has experienced an influx of car accidents due to vehicles traveling in the wrong direction.
Person walks their dog behind a "For Rent" sign in the Avenues

Utah renters face tough decisions as housing prices spike

A volatile housing market and skyrocketing prices make it difficult to buy or rent in the Salt Lake Valley.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for March 21, 2022

Voices Amplified: March 21, 2022

Rising journalists once again took over RadioActive for #VoicesAmplified, a collaboration between Salt Lake Community College, Amplify Utah and KRCL.
A red sedan with substantial crash damage

Lowest legal blood-alcohol limit in the nation produces mixed results

Statistics show varying results after Utah lowered its DUI blood-alcohol content limit from 0.08% to 0.05% in late 2018.
Person on chair donating blood

LGBTQ community questions blood, plasma donor qualifications

LGBTQ community members assert that gay and bisexual men are subjected to homophobic blood and plasma donation restrictions.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for March 7, 2022

Voices Amplified: March 7, 2022

SLCC students return to host another episode of RadioActive on KRCL.