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Photos: Thousands protest in Salt Lake City over death of George Floyd

Globe photographer Jared Stanger continues to follow anti-racism protests in Salt Lake City. Read his op-ed and view exclusive photos from the various demonstrations.
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An evening of fear gives way to a morning of hope

Contributing writer Brian Preece reflects on the volatility of Saturday's protest in Salt Lake City and what it may mean for the future.
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A message from President Huftalin: Strive for equity

SLCC President Deneece G. Huftalin addresses racial inequality amid the police-involved killing of George Floyd.
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Letter from the Editor: Thank you, Bruins

The Globe's editor-in-chief, Amie Schaeffer, reflects on an unprecedented term.
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Sports and competition: A missing distraction

Contributing writer Brian Preece says life is empty without the consistency that comes with pro and college sports.
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Gardens can offer therapeutic outlet during quarantine

The coronavirus pandemic gives students more time to take up gardening.
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Letter from the Editor: Look for the constants

Globe editor in chief Amie Schaeffer wants to hear from SLCC students as resume their schedules amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Students of every major can gain from the PSL

Emma Fox explains how the Presentation Skills Lab can benefit students from any major.
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Letter from the Editor: Sundance preview

The Globe welcomes new editor-in-chief Amie Schaeffer, who invites readers to follow extensive content on the Sundance Film Festival.
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‘Keep a Bruin Warm’ shields students from the cold

Kelly Brown recaps the "Keep a Bruin Warm" donation drive and encourages SLCC students and faculty to support those in need.
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Donations, volunteers needed to ‘Keep a Bruin Warm’

One SLCC student seeks donations and volunteers for a clothing drive to fight campus poverty.
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Letter from the Editor: Covering Utah’s vaping crisis

Globe editor in chief Noah Lewis previews exclusive student coverage of vaping in Utah.