Emmy-nominated comic W. Kamau Bell left a sold-out Grand Theatre audience with plenty to contemplate in between laughs and clips from his CNN show "United Shades of America." Bell was brought to Salt Lake Community College's South City Campus Jan. 17 in collaboration with Westminster College in conjunction with Martin Luther King Jr. Day events. Below are a few quotes and photos from Bell's appearance.
"Talk to the people who are directly involved in these issues. Don't believe the hype."
"Fear is not always telling you the truth."
"Don't forget to be vulnerable. Don't forget to feel stuff."
"It was at this moment where I realized, oh, I wasn't just walking to the Ku Klux Klan by myself, I was walking with my people."
"We have to help in ways we never helped before and consistently raise the stakes on what help is so we can get through this mess that we're in right now." The Salt Lake Mass Choir kic…
Representatives from Cummins and SLCC cut a ribbon inside the diesel lab at Westpointe.
Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) and Cummins Inc. announce
they have teamed up to train workers to become service technicians and earn an associate
of applied science degrees through Cummins’ Technician Apprentice Program (TAP)
at SLCC’s Westpointe Workforce Training & Education Center.
TAP is a collaboration between industry and higher education
to help Cummins’ apprenticeship students gain valuable training and advance in
their careers. The two-year program provides training across a variety of diesel
platforms and technologies, full-time employment during the program, free
tuition and course credits that transfer to four-year degrees. SLCC is one of
three institutions in the United States that host the TAP program and provide
critical job training to Cummins’ employees. “Salt Lake Community College is thrilled to enter into this very
important partnership with Cummins International,” said …