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What can be done to save the Great Salt Lake? The Globe joins solutions...

We will answer the question: During a time of drought, climate change and major population growth, how can Utah better support a critical body of water?
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Voices Amplified: Feb. 28, 2022

SLCC student journalists explore more diverse stories in their latest RadioActive takeover on KRCL.
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Utah Legislature may remove dozens of hard seltzers from grocery store shelves

Hard seltzers with ethyl alcohol flavorings will be pulled from Utah grocery store shelves if Senate Bill 176 passes.
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Investigation puts spotlight on BYU’s LGBTQ policies

A recent federal investigation focused on potential Title IX violations at Brigham Young University and how the school disciplines queer students.
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Voices Amplified: Feb. 21, 2022

The Voices Amplified team has taken over another RadioActive show on KRCL.
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US birth rates hit historic lows, according to latest Census data

As the COVID pandemic accelerates a decade-long trend, birth rates in the United States have plunged to historic lows.
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Voices Amplified: Feb. 14, 2022

Student journalists from The Globe and Amplify Utah host another takeover of RadioActive on KRCL.
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2021 Graduate of Excellence draws on past to build a brighter future

Rachel Santizo survived addiction on her path to becoming a Graduate of Excellence at Salt Lake Community College.
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Voices Amplified: Feb. 7, 2022

Listen to the second episode of Voices Amplified, where student journalists from The Globe and Amplify Utah take over RadioActive on KRCL.
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SLCC’s COVID-19 testing capacity lowered under omicron

As the omicron variant causes a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases, access to testing becomes a more valuable asset for SLCC students.
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Voices Amplified: Jan. 31, 2022

Voices Amplified, student journalists from SLCC's The Globe and Amplify Utah, started their Monday night RadioActive takeover.
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Salt Lake City planning to rebuild section of 2100 South

After receiving multiple complaints about 2100 South, Salt Lake City created an introductory plan to fix the road between 700 East and 1300 East.