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Men’s Basketball Team Wins National Title

The No. 13 Salt Lake Community College men’s basketball team won the NJCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship by beating No. 7 Hutchinson on their home court in Hutchinson, Kansas.
Photo by: Bob Hunter for NJCAA
“I just can’t be more proud of our kids,” SLCC Head Coach Todd Phillips said in an NJCAA TV interview after the game. “They just competed in every game. They were so solid. It just means a ton to our school. I’m so excited for these kids. We’re real excited to go home.”
The SLCC Bruins rallied after five losses late in the regular season to dominate the Region 18 tournament and District I playoff game against Cochise College. For the national title, they burned through No. 20 Northeast Mississippi, No. 4 Odessa College, No. 12 Southwest Tennessee and No. 8 Gillette College. Against Hutchinson the Bruins again jumped ahead early and often maintained a doubled-digit lead, weathering a late Hutchinson rally that cut the lead to four before SLCC won by 10. The difference mak…

SLCC offers FREE full access to the Chronicle of Higher Education

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Did you know the Markosian Library has group study rooms?

There are currently five group study rooms located in the lower level of the Markosian Library at the Redwood campus.
These rooms offer a great place for small groups of students to work on their class projects or have a general group study with plenty of privacy!
Some guidelines for these rooms:
·They are designed for groups of two or more people.
·These study rooms are first come, first serve and are equipped with marker boards, TVs with hookups and large table space with chairs. 
·No reservations or holding rooms are required.
·The group needs to show up together to use the room.
·As long as the room is empty, all your group needs to do is enter and start studying!

For individual study we offer the Quiet Study in Room 226 located on the 2nd level/upper floor of the library. This room is designed for several people at once, and it is set up with individual partitions to study quietly.

For questions about the group study rooms at the Markosian Library, please call 801-957-4602.

The group stu…