The Salt Lake City Community College puts on an annual event where the culinary program students choose a theme that is based on a book and create a cake based on that theme/book. Event takes place in the Markosian Library on Taylosville campus SLCC.
Salt Lake Community College via The Markosian Library (Taylorsville Redwood Campus) hosts an annual Edible Books Contest. Prizes are awarded by a special panel of judges in each of the following categories: Most Edible Most Literary Most Artistic Most Humorous People's Choice
West side of the Markosian Library while under construction, spring 1993
Black and white photograph of the west side of the Markosian Library while under construction, spring 1993. Photograph taken from a distance. The Rampton Technology Building and the Student Center appear in the distant background. Redwood Campus, Salt Lake Community College.
Black and white photograph of the Markosian Library dedication, November 16, 1993. At the podium: Cathleen Partridge, library director. Seated L to R behind the podium: Frank Budd, Salt Lake Community College president; unidentified female; Ann Erickson, academic vice president; and unidentified male displaying sign language. Redwood Campus, Salt Lake Community College.
Cathleen Partridge speaking during the Markosian Library dedication ceremony, November 16, 1993
Color photograph of Cathleen Partridge, library director (standing at podium) speaking during the Markosian Library dedication ceremony, November 16, 1993. Seated behind podium is Frank Budd, Salt Lake Community College president. Redwood Campus, Salt Lake Community College.
Images of the Taylorsville Redwood Campus during Fall 2012. The images include the Student Center, AD Building, Alder Amphitheater, and the construction of IAB (later renamed to the Academic and Administration Building).
Images of the SLCC Redwood Campus and the demolition site of the Automotive Trades Building where the Instruction and Administration Building, later renamed the Academic and Administration Building, will be built.