The Gail Miller Utah Leadership Cup is located at Hidden Valley Country Club. The fundraising event offers a chance for donors to enjoy a day of golf with friends, and an opportunity to test their skills with other leaders in the state at one of Utah’s premier courses. The Cup event creates scholarships for current and future Salt Lake Community College students. All of the proceeds from the tournament go directly to benefit deserving Salt Lake Community College students.
Salt Lake Community College exhibit of antique radios. Radio has a long history and a strong influence in the American culture, but a lesser known fact is that radio began as a hobby. The first voices and music heard over the radio came from Reginald Fessenden in December 1906. He initially broadcasted to anyone who had a radio, which was a luxury at the time. Then came “The Golden Age of Radio,” circa 1930-1955. During this period, creators connected with their audiences through radio plays, advertisements, and music. Society started embracing this new medium as a mainstream form of entertainment. It was through these years of radio that listeners really developed a connection and rapport with broadcasters. Not only did audiences listen to the radio for news, but would look to the broadcasters for opinions, and generally they began to become household friends.
In 2013, Salt Lake Community College built a new Center for Arts and Media, serving about 9,000 students with 17 programs under one roof as part of the School of Arts and Communication. Located at the school's South City Campus in Salt Lake City, the Center's emphasis is a strong focus in digital arts. Instructors are training students for jobs in animation, illustration, photography, film, TV, video and radio production, web design, visual art and design, virtual technologies, music and digital sound technology, computer graphics, gaming and electronic publishing.