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SLCC’s Film Production program puts students behind the camera

SLCC's Film Production Technician program prepares students for work in the highly competitive film industry. Reporter Aldo Gomez brings you the details.
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SLCC is close to securing financing for on-campus housing

Following a delay in March, Salt Lake Community College is closer to securing financing for its on-campus housing project at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
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Planning a revamp, the Tower Theatre will skip the 2023 Sundance film fest

The historic Tower Theatre in Salt Lake City will not open in time for the 2023 Sundance Film Festival, and there’s no clear timeline for when other screenings will resume at the venue.
RadioActive KRCL graphic for Jan. 26, 2023

Voices Amplified returns: Jan. 26, 2023

The first RadioActive takeover of the spring 2023 semester explores the second year of the Great Salt Lake Collaborative,
Rulane Reymus

Photos: Native American Indian Exhibition

View photos from the Native American Indian Exhibition.
Tents line a city sidewalk

Amid shelter closing, SLCC amps up support of basic needs

As homeless adapt to a new normal at the new resource centers, Salt Lake Community College evaluates how to best support its own homeless students and faculty.
Headshot of Peter Moosman

SLCC’s ‘Captain Gay’ strives for inclusivity

Peter Moosman is the first coordinator of the new Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center.
STEM Learning Center at South City

Learn to be resourceful at SLCC

Find out how to get homework help, massages, counseling and other services on campus.
Lina smiles for family photo

SLCC student turns tragedy into triumph

Forget the spandex and cape, this superhero has wheels! Learn more about Miss Wheelchair Utah 2020 and SLCC student, Lina Nguyen.
Booths in the SLC capital building

SLC hosts rally for world’s first National Period Day

A rally in celebration of the world's first National Period Day took place Oct. 19 at the Utah State Capitol.
Folio posters

Folio staff provide platform for student artists

The students who publish Folio encourage all students to submit creative works for their upcoming issue.
Delivery illustration

Make money making deliveries for Amazon

Amazon's new delivery service could be the perfect part-time job for college students.