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Carved jack-o-lantern for Halloween

Fun facts about the history of Halloween

Do you know the significance of dressing up in costumes or carving a jack-o'-lantern for Halloween? Carlos Artiles-Fortun brings you a brief history of the holiday.
Amber Oldham and John Wilson

SLCC students promote equality, understanding and acceptance at the Utah Pride Festival

Salt Lake Community College students were among the many people who took part in the 2012 Utah Pride Festival over the weekend to help show their love and support for the LGBTQ community and just have a good time.
The panel from left to right, Ted Moore, Clifton Sanders, Josh Gold, Terence Johnson, Harold DeHorney and Lonzo Liggins.

Panel discusses ‘The Meeting’ and legacies of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X

The First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City hosted a reading of "The Meeting" and held a discussion panel as part of SLCC’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.
February 29 on a calendar

Carpe diem, it’s leap year

It's time, once again, to pick up the Earth's slack and realign our calendars.

Utah in the middle of presidential election

The US presidential election is nearing and a spark has begun to ignite among many Salt Lake Community College students. For the first time...

Tea time at The Tea Grotto

Coffee or tea? That is the question. Little mom and pop coffee shops and teahouses are popping up in every nook and cranny of...
UREC students

SLCC creating opportunities for refugees in Utah

Salt Lake Community College supports the Utah Refugee Education Center, which strives to make the community a better place for all.
Zombie Apocalypse Preparedness image from CDC

Zombie Apocalypse scheduled for Monday

SLCC clubs to host CDC sponsored emergency preparedness event at Redwood Campus.

Food pantry included in South City renovations

Social Work Club's latest project of creating a food pantry for SLCC students, faculty and staff at South City Campus.

Freeze for freedom

Getting a teenager to stay in place for even five seconds may seem impossible, but over a hundred of them froze-in-place for a full...
Kanye speaking to his followers

Kanye West is a presidential candidate in Utah

Billionaire hip-hop artist Kanye West made it onto Utah's ballot as a presidential candidate.
Ruby Chacon, Rt. Rev. Bishop Scott Hayashi, keynote speaker Michele Goodwin, and Jack Hesleph participate in a post-ceremony panel discussion.

Honoring Dr. King’s humanitarian legacy

Martin Luther King Humanitarian award winners gathered for a panel discussion and tribute.