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Lavender Journal call for submissions, deadline: January 30, 2021

New literary journal to amplify LGBTQ voices at SLCC

The “Lavender Journal” is calling for submissions for its inaugural literary magazine, which will release early next year.
Dignitaries wear blue and red hard hats

Photos: SLCC breaks ground on Herriman campus

SLCC administrators participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for the Juniper Canyon Campus on Thursday.
SLCCSA 21-22 student leaders Lindsay Simons and Derrick Tuff

Lindsay Simons, Derrick Tuff elected SLCCSA president, executive vice president

Lindsay Simons and Derrick Tuff will represent SLCCSA as president and executive vice president for 2021-22.
Shannon Atkinson in class

Philosophy of Religion professor encourages students to ‘chop away’

Shannon Atkinson's Philosophy of Religion course teaches students how to analyze their own beliefs critically and open their minds to the ways other people worship.
South City Campus in springtime

SLCC students begin planning for summer

As the spring semester draws to a close, SLCC students weigh how to spend their summer months.
View of east entrance to Student Center at Taylorsville campus

Advisors help students achieve excellence

The academic advisors at Salt Lake Community College give direction and guide students to meet their goals.
Inclusivity at SLCC

SLCC promotes LGBTQ equality and acceptance

SLCC welcomes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning students and their allies.
Aerial view of the Utah State Capitol

How Utah is dealing with current drought

Utah is a historically dry state, but 2021 has been particularly dry.
Harvey Milk filling in for Mayor Moscone for a day in 1978

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.
Native American health panel discussion

SLCC panel discusses untold truth about Native American health

Local health officials discussed the untold truth about Native American health on Dec. 3 at Salt Lake Community College.
SL&L group photo

Get more out of your college experience

Thanks to Student Life and Leadership, SLCC students can do more than just go to class.
Odyssey House clients

Odyssey House offers addiction recovery for a new and better life

Odyssey House offers a customized, multi-part treatment program to aid individuals recovering from substance abuse.