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Working to Meet Diverse Community Needs Results in Building a Strong Community

 "Salt Lake Community College’s Community Writing Center, located in Library Square, has been helping writers of all abilities for 17 years. The CWC provides many services to anyone in the community looking for assistance with whatever writing project they are working on, whether that is a new resume, a grant or a short story. Anyone from any walk of life can find writing support within one of the many programs that the CWC sponsors. One demographic in particular, refugees, has found success with those programs."
Read the rest of the article in SLUG Magazine.

Mike Brown TAKES A SLAM POETRY WORKSHOP AT THE CWC
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"For this month’s Literary Issue of SLUG Magazine, my Editor sent me on special assignment to learn about slam poetry. Prior to learning of this beloved spoken-word art form, the only slams I was familiar with was slam-dancing, slam dunks, the Grand Slam breakfast combo at Denny’s, and the classic early-’90s hit Slam by the hardcore rap group Onyx, which goes: 'SLAM! Da, duh, duh! Da, duh, duh! LET THE BOYS BE BOYS!' An underrated hit for sure."

 Read the rest of the article in SLUG Magazine.


SLCC's writing program boasts success

SALT LAKE CITY — A few years ago, John Wilkes ended up the last place he expected to be — in a homeless shelter.

“That was just a product of a lot of heavy drinking, losing a job and being told by my partner to get out of his house and I had nowhere to go,” he said.

He was staying at the Road Home shelter when he wandered across the street to a then-new storefront program begun by Salt Lake Community College English associate professor Tiffany Rousculp.

Read the rest of this inspiring story on KSL to see how writing can make a difference in a person’s life.