Jennifer Gardiner talks to leap day babies to find out how they celebrate their birthday.
Two sisters challenge the media's representation of women and beauty.
SLCC's Arts and Culture Events will host a gallery of artwork by Frida Kahlo on Thursday, Feb. 13 at the South City Campus.
For some people going back to school in their 30’s can be hard for someone who has been out of school for a long...
Help is available to victims of domestic violence and here are several sources for help for those in need.
My leg was amputated in Feb. 2010. I received my first prosthetic limb in April. My left leg suffered from Peripheral Artery Disease or...
Passport to Love teaches students about maintaining healthy relationships with a spouse or significant other.
Acme Camera, located in Sugarhouse, offers great deals on camera and lens rentals for students.
Luke Nichols reviews the events that transpired following the death of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey.
July 24, 2012 marked the first annual community sponsored Native American Pow Wow, hosted by the non-profit organization Native American Events (NAE).
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.
Students are collecting a variety of eyeglasses, such as prescription eyeglasses, reading glasses and sunglasses for service project.