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Globe News

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Nathan Olmedo in studio
Zach Mooney and Alexie Zollinger in studio
Brittany Eastman hosts in studio
Zahra Nasir in studio

Globe News – Oct. 19, 2021

Learn about LGBTQ+ History Month at SLCC, spring registration, and emergency financial aid for students.
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.
Aramis Hicks

Globe News – May 6, 2021

Learn more about the SLCC Community Writing Center, summer semester at SLCC, and the new student center at Jordan Campus.
Brittany Eastman

Globe News – April 21, 2021

Brittany Eastman has the latest on SLCC tuition prices, the Gender and Sexuality Student Resource Center, and radio production.
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.
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.
Brittany Eastman

Globe News – March 3, 2021

Aramis Hicks and Brittany Eastman have more on the new student center at Jordan Campus, the Bruin Pantry, the OneCard, summer registration and SLCC events.
Zackery Western hosts Globe News from home

Globe News – May 7, 2020

Zackery Western and Brian Preece have more on summer courses at SLCC, the upcoming virtual commencement ceremony, and gardening during the pandemic.
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.
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.