A group of Black students at Brigham Young University have amassed nearly 700,000 TikTok followers by asking their peers about race, gender, and sexuality.
SLCC alumna Amie Schaeffer, who won this year's chapbook contest for her collection of personal poetry, completed the project for her friend and mentor, Jeff Metcalf.
SLCC students will showcase the skills they learned this semester through several events, including concerts, presentations and film screenings.
This #VoicesAmplified takeover includes conversations with Women of the World, SLCC Community Gardens and the LOVELOUD Festival.
New subscription-based services make it easy for college students to unwittingly overspend.
Online classes have become commonplace for college students, but as COVID-19 restrictions continue to be lifted, students regain the choice of how they want to experience their education.
Salt Lake Community College will increase its tuition in 2022, joining six other public colleges in Utah who will do the same.
Student journalists explore the Great Salt Lake Collaborative on this episode of #VoicesAmplified.
SLCC staff and community members expressed concern after a Thin Blue Line flag sticker was displayed in the window of the Utah Highway Patrol's office window at South City Campus.
SLCC libraries began a changeover from the Dewey Decimal Classification to the Library of Congress Classification to match surrounding schools and increase inclusivity in its organization.
Eight bands with ties to Salt Lake Community College performed live music in front of hundreds of people Friday at the Alder Amphitheater.
Rising journalists take over another episode of RadioActive for #VoicesAmplified, a collaboration between Salt Lake Community College, Amplify Utah and KRCL.