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Remembrance Day National Roll Call

Salt Lake Community College will join schools and scholars from around the nation for Remembrance Day National Roll Call. The event will take place...

SLCC Childcare helps parents, provides opportunity for students of education

SLCC provides parents an affordable childcare option while training to students going into the field of education.
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Voices Amplified: Feb. 14, 2022

Student journalists from The Globe and Amplify Utah host another takeover of RadioActive on KRCL.
Noah Lewis in India

SLCC globe-trotting: A letter from a study abroad correspondent

Noah Lewis, incoming editor-in-chief of The Globe, discusses his journey to Salt Lake Community College and his upcoming role as a study abroad correspondent in India.
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Award winning country group Gloriana to perform at SLCC

American Country Award winning band Gloriana and guest artist Tyler Hilton will perform at SLCC's annual fall concert Wednesday, Nov. 14.
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Americans are having less sex. Experts offer insight into why, and advice on how...

Recent data suggests that fewer U.S. adults and college students participate in intimate sex with a partner, and various factors may contribute to the decline.
Columbia University graduate Carlos Mayorga wears a cap and gown

More people are waiting to start college. How does that look for some students?

SLCC alumnus Carlos Mayorga waited until he was 26 to start college, and data shows that others are waiting too.
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Lake questions: How can locals help the Great Salt Lake?

This week’s edition of lake questions explores what locals can do to help the Great Salt Lake.
Dante Overstreet (left) and Brandon J. Ward (right) learning to weld.

Affordable auto repair at Salt Lake Community College

For students looking to save money on auto repairs, SLCC's Automotive Technologies Department at Miller Campus offers services performed by automotive students at relatively inexpensive prices.

Chess Club invites players of all skill levels to take on the game of...

The Chess Club at Salt Lake Community College Taylorsville Redwood Campus invites new and veteran players to play and join the club.
Contraceptive pills

SLCC students surprised by birth control law passed last year

Some SLCC students are unaware of S.B. 184, which Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed into law in March 2018.
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Launch Leads CEO Scott Smith: ‘You have to believe in yourself’

Scott Smith, president and CEO of Launch Leads in Murray, offers advice to future entrepreneurs.