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Utah, refugees help each other

Utah plans to welcome 750 Afghan refugees in the coming months. Learn how refugees impact the community and how the public can help.
Davis Smith surrounding by Cotopaxi gear

Cotopaxi owner, SLCC alum Davis Smith recognized for making a difference

For being a successful entrepreneur who uses their success to do good globally, Salt Lake Community College honored Davis Smith with the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2020.
Side view of Satanic Temple statue

Peeking into The Satanic Temple

Read up on The Satanic Temple, a federally recognized, nontheistic religion and human rights group.
Protesters gather to listen

The Satanic Temple calls for reproductive rights in Utah

Members of The Satanic Temple protested restrictive anti-abortion laws on Saturday at the Utah State Capitol.
Kathryn Kay Coquemont stands by a tree

SLCC’s associate VP of student success: ‘I am a servant to students’

Dr. Kathryn Kay Coquemont dedicates her life to addressing the most pressing issues that get in the way of student success.
"GROW" theme for SLCC Mega Fair sign

Photos: Bruins reconnect in person at fall 2021 Mega Fair

The SLCC Mega Fair returned as an on-campus event this fall after COVID-19 paused previous in-person activities.
Dream Center front desk in West Valley

SLCC’s ongoing support for ‘DACAmented’ students

Despite recent court rulings surrounding DACA, Salt Lake Community College continues to support undocumented students.
Portrait of Deneece G. Huftalin

SLCC issues COVID vaccine mandate for spring registration

Salt Lake Community College Deneece G. Huftalin issued a student COVID vaccination requirement for the spring 2022 semester.
Portrait of Tamra Rachol

Students navigate mental health obstacles

Talking to a licensed therapist can provide students with many benefits.
Nurse prepping vaccine

Pfizer-BioNTech COVID vaccine receives FDA approval

The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine received full approval from the Food and Drug Administration for protection against the spread of COVID-19 in people 16 and above.
Students dancing inside

Bruins dance new semester stress away

Salt Lake Community College Student Association started the year off strong with the first school dance of the semester on Friday.
Sarah Reale speaking at her campaign launch event

SLCC instructor runs for SLC Council District 5

Sarah Reale, an adjunct professor of political science and the director of digital marketing at Salt Lake Community College, is running for Salt Lake City Council in District 5.