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SLCC Dance Co. and Company Dazzle With 'Moving Words'

The Salt Lake Community College Dance Company, under the direction of Tess Boone, will be performing Moving Words Nov. 18-19, 7:30 p.m. each night at the Grand Theatre on South City Campus, 1575 S. State Street. Performances include: House of Lewis; Municipal Ballet Company; Utah Tap Cooperative; Wofa Afro Fusion Dance; SLCC alumni and more.

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Vietnam Veterans Photo Archives

The Library’s Digital Archives has a new online collection of Vietnam War Photos that are now available. The Vietnam War Photo Archives is available at http://bit.do/cRNaV

Artists Receive Awards at Annual President’s Show

The 2016 President’s Art Show opened Nov. 9 at the Salt Lake Community College South City Campus in the Center for Arts & Media's Multipurpose Room, where several artists received awards during a reception. This year’s annual juried event drew from more than 280 entries and celebrates the works of dozens of local professional and amateur artists with the hope of bringing together people from across the community.

Faculty Receive Awards, Publication Throughout 2016

Many Salt Lake Community College faculty and staff members have received awards and recognition over the past year. Several are listed below. Leslie Seiferle—Winner of bronze medal, ACF Sanctioned Culinary CompetitionMaria Ammar—Published “Ingredients of an Effective ESL Curriculum at an Urban Community College” in ESL QuarterlyEric Heiser—Published articles in Journal of Competency Based Education and Association of Career and Technical EducationConnie Spanton-Jex—Recipient of the Kim Maibaum Lifetime Achievement Award at the Utah Registry of Interpreter’s for the Deaf Biennial ConferenceTiffinay Rousculp—Recipient of the Outstanding Book/Major Work award at the International Writing Centers Association Biennial MeetingMelissa Schaefer—Published articles about lemurs in Anthrozoos, Folia Primatologica and American Journal of PrimatologyDeidre Tyler—Published (collaboratively) “Teaching for Social Justice: Motivations of Community College Faculty in Sociology” in Teaching SociologySch…

Black Box Theatre Presents 'Peter and the Starcatcher'

Salt Lake Community College proudly presents the innovative prequel to Peter Pan! Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson and winner of five Tony awards during its Broadway run in 2012, Peter and the Starcatcher tells the story of the origins of Peter Pan and Hook and the beginnings of their feud! The play runs Nov. 10-12, 7:30 p.m. each evening at the Black Box Theatre on the SLCC South City Campus, 1575 South State Street, Salt Lake City.



SLCC Volleyball Headed to Nationals in Wyoming

SLCC Pays Tribute to Veterans

Salt Lake Community College will host several events Nov. 7-11 in honor of military veterans.

On Nov. 7, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., SLCC will host the Utah Veterans Photo Gallery at its Taylorsville Redwood Campus in the Student Center. The photos donated by Utah veterans illustrate their devoted service spanning the past 15 years since 9/11.

Then on Nov. 8, SLCC will host at its Redwood Campus Student Center a Veterans Service Providers Fair 4-6 p.m. and a program honoring veterans 6:30-8:30 p.m., also in the same location. The program will feature the movie The Journey Home and guest speaker Gary R. Harter, executive director for the Utah Department of Veterans and Military Affairs. Harter is a retired Army colonel who spent 25 years on active duty, leaving service in October 2005. The Journey Home is a Garrett Batty documentary featuring numerous Vietnam Veterans and their experiences of returning home. With interviews from Academy Award Winner Jon Voight, Medal of Honor Recipient Sammy D…