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Globe News – April 20, 2020

Watch this episode of Globe News for more about summer registration, relief for students during COVID-19, and the virtual student art showcase.
Three guitarists play with the lead singer

ICYMI: 2020 Popular Music Concert

The Popular Music Concert celebrated what SLCC music students have to offer.
Brian Preece hosts Globe News

Globe News – March 11, 2020

Brian Preece has more on Salt Lake City's state of local emergency, the new Watchtower Coffee & Comics, and SLCC Career Services.
President Huftalin at podium

Why students shouldn’t stress about rising tuition costs

SLCC is proposing a tuition increase for the 2020-21 school year.
Porshai Nielsen hosts

Globe News – March 4, 2020

Porshai Nielsen and Brian Preece have more on Truth in Tuition, "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the Grand Theatre, and the SLCC student art showcase.
David Bokovoy and Gina C. Alfred

Community Roundtable: SLCC’s prison education and reintegration program

Gina C. Alfred and David Bokovoy discuss the issues and initiatives surrounding the prison education program at Salt Lake Community College.
Great Utah ShakeOut logo

Great Utah ShakeOut drills SLCC students in earthquake preparedness

Students were asked to drop, cover and hold on earlier this month for the statewide earthquake drill.
John Fenton, right, helps a student

Cash and Keep is a different kind of textbook buyback program

Students can sell their textbooks now and still use them through the end of the semester. Ana Maria Durango has the details.
SLCC Dance Company practice

SLCC Dance Company ready for spring concert

The college's dance troupe will perform "Our Dance Language" on April 10 and 11. Learn more about SLCC Dance Company and view rehearsal photos.
Three works of art on a table

Art exhibit brings appreciation for diversity

Students from various backgrounds submitted original artwork for the Multicultural Art Exhibit. Find out who won awards.
Valerie Capers plays the piano

Blind jazz musician entertains, inspires SLCC audience

Dr. Valerie Capers treated SLCC students and staff to a special concert at South City Campus.
Lion dance

Asian culture celebrated at South City Campus

This is the first year the lion dance was performed at South City Campus; students can take in more Lunar New Year celebrations at the Redwood Campus.