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Decades of activism helping to eliminate Native American mascots

Native American activists continue to advocate for the removal of Indigenous mascots across the United States.
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SLCC’s International Student Services: Your home away from home

International Student Services helps Salt Lake Community College students from all over the world.
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SLCC professor guides students through music

Craig Ferrin, a music professor at Salt Lake Community College, has been sharing his joy of music with students in Utah for more than 30 years.
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SLCC student traveled to U.S. to chase childhood dream

Maria Pastrana Lopez immigrated from Colombia to the United States to fulfill a dream career in medicine.
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How disability services transfer from high school to college

An Individual Education Plan, or IEP, allows the state of Utah to aid students with learning disabilities.
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Online vs. in-person classes: How students benefit

As the fall 2021 semester begins, college students and professors consider the differences between online and in-person classes.
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TRIO’s commitment to first-generation student success

TRIO staff mentors are ready to help low-income and first-generation students at Salt Lake Community College.
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SLCC internships include real-world experience outside of Utah

Thanks to SLCC internship programs, students can pursue their educational and career interests in a variety of places, including Washington, D.C.
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Addressing mental health: Student tools and resources

Mental health workers at Salt Lake Community College are ready to combat any issues affecting a student's well-being.
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SLCC professors say math is a necessary part of a college education

Math may not be a student's favorite subject, but SLCC professors argue that it needs to be included as a general education requirement.
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Center for gender and sexuality helps SLCC become most affordable LGBTQ-friendly college

The Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center streamlines several resources targeted at students who identify as LGBTQ+ and women.
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Interesting general education classes to take this fall

The Globe found three interesting classes that also fulfill some general education requirements.