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How the internet has affected mental health treatment

The internet has gotten some things right; mental illness is not the exception.
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Preview: Salt Lake Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance

SLCC is co-sponsoring the third annual Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance on Nov. 27 in Salt Lake City.
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The happiest state? Highlighting the reality of suicide prevention in Utah

A 2021 WalletHub study listed Utah as the happiest state in the nation, but suicide and mental health statistics offer a harsher reality.
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Hispanic Heritage Month: What it means to students

SLCC students discuss Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the positive influence and contributions Hispanic Americans have had in the United States.
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Women’s March rally protests restrictive abortion laws

More than 1,000 people rallied against the Texas Heartbeact Act and similar anti-abortion legislation in Utah on Oct. 2.
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Sex education in Utah: What students did — and didn’t — learn in the...

Sex education is required curriculum in Utah high schools, but students say the classroom isn’t where they are learning the most.
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SLCC supports Afghan refugees by donating supplies

Salt Lake Community College students and staff are supporting efforts to relocate and welcome hundreds of Afghan refugees.
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Youth’s letter prompts re-evaluation of community center named after Columbus

In a letter to the South Salt Lake City Council, Javahjire France asked council members to change the name of the Columbus Community Center.
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Texas abortion law: What does it mean for Utah?

College students discuss the new Texas abortion law and what influence it might have on Utah.
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SLCC assistant professor receives national advisor award

Marcie Young Cancio, an assistant professor of communication, recently received the Honor Roll Advisor award from the College Media Association.
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Worst air in the world: How SLCC students and staff feel about SLC’s air...

SLCC students and staff discuss air quality issues that plague Salt Lake City.
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How Utah is dealing with current drought

Utah is a historically dry state, but 2021 has been particularly dry.