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Calvin Jackson in studio

Globe News: Nov. 2, 2023

On this episode of Globe News, learn about spring semester registration, accessibility and disability resources for students, and art exhibitions on campus.
Mike Adamson in studio

Globe News – Dec. 15, 2022

Watch in-depth SLCC student features on esports, parent support groups and other campus events, local businesses, and more on the final Globe News episode of the fall 2022 semester.
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.
Ekaterina Vergara Lopez hosting Globe News in a TV studio

Globe News: Nov. 16, 2023

On this episode, learn about the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, a Developmental Math documentary, and a collaborative service project to help sick children.
Mavaney Burnham in studio

Globe News – March 16, 2023

Learn more about displays and other events happening around SLCC on this episode of Globe News.
Washing hands in hot water

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.
Addison Whitmer and Mavaney Burnham seated at news desk

Globe News: May 2, 2023, episode 1

Learn about SLCC summer classes, free massages, sushi making, and student radio show finales on this episode of Globe News.
Claudia Jahen in studio

Globe News: Oct. 24, 2023

Join Globe News host Claudia Jahen to learn more about access changes at South City Campus and what's happening around campus.
Phil McDermott hosts in studio

Globe News – March 2, 2022

Learn about registration at SLCC, campus events, and the Lunar New Year on the first episode of Globe News for spring 2022.
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.
Aerial view of the Utah State Capitol

How Utah is dealing with current drought

Utah is a historically dry state, but 2021 has been particularly dry.
Cody Vurik hosts in studio

Globe News – May 4, 2022

Cody Vurik brings news about the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, an update about the drought status effecting Utah, and a glimpse into a medical marijuana dispensary, right here in Utah.