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Two Asian elephants

Wildlife SOS rehabilitates mistreated animals and their handlers

From Mathura, India, to Salt Lake City, Utah, Wildlife SOS provides sanctuaries for abused animals and corrects the behavior of their handlers.
Bottled beer on a store shelf

Change is brewing: Utah lawmakers could allow stronger beer in grocery stores

S.B. 132 would allow Utah grocery stores to sell beer with 4.8 percent alcohol content.

Sanity or fear

Great minds think alike and act alike. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, from Comedy Central, are teaming up to bring important governmental issues to...
'Dungeons and Spies' cast

SLCC students create films in 48 hours

Students from SLCC had 48 hours to write, direct, star in and film a movie from start to finish.

Zorro the Musical scores a ‘Z’ for good at Hale Center Theater

“Viva El Zorro!” are exactly my sentiments about the United States premiere of this new musical playing at the Hale Center Theater in West Valley City.
West Valley City TRAX stop

Treading with TRAX

It’s a bird, it’s a plane. Well, actually it is the Utah Transit Authority, or the UTA Mass-Transit TRAX trains and buses to be...
Grayscale image of Black fist

SLCC to recognize Juneteenth

The Salt Lake Community College Faculty Senate recently voted unanimously to recognize Juneteenth as an in-class holiday.
Ingrid Faalavelave, vice president of the Pacific Unity Association (PUA), welcomes Makana to SLCC during a dinner sponsored by the PUA.

Hawaiian musician Makana in concert

Slack key guitarist and musician Makana will be performing at SLCC Tuesday Feb. 26, 2013 at 6:30 p.m.

Tuberculosis arrives at SLCC, college attempts to suppress spread

The Health and Wellness clinic will perform a skin test for free to students who may have been exposed to the active form of tuberculosis.
Warming up

Former SLCC student now Crossfit gym owner

SLCC alumnus Greg Schell speaks about his growing business and gives advice to any student headed in the business direction.
Couples applaud after the dance

Step out of your comfort zone — learn to tango

Tamara Brune-Wharton examines the history of the tango and how one SLCC student gets people moving to the rhythm.
John Peters

John Peters of Interpretive Graphics: Small business fosters ‘creative freedom’

John Peters, CEO of Interpretive Graphics, credits the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program for helping him grow his business.