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The semester that was: Spring 2020 at SLCC

Alex Brown recaps the unprecedented spring 2020 semester at Salt Lake Community College.
Tamra Rachol talking in the outdoors

The Globe congratulates SLCC’s Class of 2020

The Globe's student staffers have a special message for Salt Lake Community College's Class of 2020.

Assistive Technology Fair showcases devices for the disabled

SLCC's Disability Center showcases helpful advancements in assistive technologies for those with disabilities.
Austin Fashimpaur wears a black SLCC mask

Video: #SLCCvotes 2020

SLCC students Molly McKeon and Austin Fashimpaur discuss the importance of voting.
Stan Clawson enters Center for New Media library

New building raises concerns, requires patience: part 2

Accessibility challenges for those with disabilities at the Center for New Media.
Regal Cinemas sign says "Theatres open safely in 48 states, why not New York"

Pandemic forces Hollywood to rethink the future of film

The novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the movie industry, forcing companies to adapt to changing conditions and formats.
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.
Mason Bancroft graduation photo

Video: Salt Lake Community College 2020 year in review

Look back on 2020 at Salt Lake Community College, courtesy of SLCC Institutional Marketing and Stephen Speckman.
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.
Luis Salazar

Globe News – April 7, 2021

Luis Salazar and Brittany Eastman have more on a new SLCC campus in Herriman, SLCC libraries, the end of the statewide mask mandate, and the effect of COVID-19 on Utah's Hispanic community.
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.
Aramis Hicks

Globe News – March 24, 2021

Aramis Hicks and Amie Schaeffer have more on free COVID-19 vaccines, the SLCC Live radio show, fitness, the film production club, and tuition.