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Letter to the editor: Suicide awareness at SLCC

A group of students at Salt Lake Community College would like to spread awareness for suicide prevention.
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Missing: The art of conversation

Amie Schaeffer, editor-in-chief of The Globe, shares her thoughts about the absence of meaningful conversation.
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The morning after: A reflection on the 2020 election

Globe editor-in-chief Amie Schaeffer remains hopeful amid the uncertainty surrounding the 2020 election.
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Op-ed: I’m voting for affordable health care

Danielle Davis explains why health care is her main reason for voting in the 2020 election.
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Op-ed: I’m voting for racial equality and police reform

SLCC student Heather Maggio-Brooks writes about the reasons she is voting in the 2020 election.
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Op-ed: One vote can change the world

SLCC student Jade Simmons explains how an unsung hero from "The Lord of the Rings" can be an example to others this upcoming election.
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Op-ed: I’m voting for a future our youth can count on

SLiCE Youth Development Lead Brenna Coleman is using her vote to help ensure a better future for our youth.
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Letter from the editor: Make your voice heard this election year

Editor in chief Amie Schaeffer reflects on the vice presidential debate and how students can make their voice heard this election year.
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Op-ed: The atrocity of educational budget cuts

Salt Lake Community College student Gwyn Fowler explains why this upcoming election is important to her.
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Online classes become new normal; pants optional

The coronavirus pandemic has changed higher education. Tyler Bearss explains some of the benefits of online learning.
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Op-ed: I’m voting for health care

Theo Moss explains why health care is their main concern for the 2020 election.
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Open letter: Why your vote counts

Deeqa Hamid explains how SLCC students can be a driving force for change in the upcoming election.