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Bruins mourn the loss of endeared custodian

Students, faculty and family members reflect on the passing of former SLCC custodian Sheri Scott.

SLCC offering free flu shots this fall

Salt Lake Community College is offering free flu shots this year to SLCC students and employees.

Astronomy course offers understanding of our universe

SLCC students who want to learn about the universe can take Elementary Astronomy.

Photos: High winds cause damage, power outages along Wasatch Front

View photos of the damage caused by Tuesday's windstorm.

SLCC film club aims for hands-on experience this fall

Because of COVID-19, the SLCC Film Production Club is making changes for the fall 2020 semester.

Aaron Meier of Complete Recovery Corporation: ‘It’s tough to run a business’

Complete Recovery Corporation, which specializes in reverse logistics services, has earned several accolades in recent years.

Mega Fair happening this week at SLCC

Formerly known as Club Rush, the Mega Fair gives SLCC students the opportunity to learn about different clubs and campus resources.

NPR’s Next Generation Radio takes college journalism to the next level

Globe staff writer Megan Neff recalls her time in NPR's Next Generation Radio program.

High winds wreak havoc in Utah

Thousands lost power and several campuses closed Tuesday because of high winds.

Help save lives with a blood donation

SLCC student Emmalie Rawlings and the American Red Cross will host a blood drive Tuesday at Miller Campus.

Issimo Story Agency: Storytelling with a purpose

Issimo Story Agency focuses on brand storytelling to stand out in the content marketing arena.

New SLCCSA president to focus on community, safety

SLCCSA President Emily Hernandez Alzamora begins her tenure amid unusual circumstances.

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Debate schedule for the 2020 election

Darren Parry and Blake Moore square off in the 1st Congressional District Debate on Thursday.

SLCC students use virtual technology, prioritize social distancing

COVID-19 created a new normal for SLCC students returning to classes for fall semester.

Open letter: Why your vote counts

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

SLCC hosting Latinx Heritage Celebration events

Latinx Heritage Celebration events begin with a virtual student panel Wednesday.

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