Scoop May/June 2021 Edition

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International Studies takes students on global virtual trip

When the Coronavirus pandemic hit last March, one of the first safety measures enacted by the COVID-19 Task Force was to halt all local, national and international College-related travel. The decision impacted the International Studies Program as...

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Student Technology Toolkit is new Saluqis tech hub

A variety of software applications and online resources are just a click away for students who use the new Student Technology Toolkit developed by Southwest Information Technology Services. From how to obtain a campus ID badge to finding jobs to...

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Harry L. Taylor

Southwest’s first ombudsperson offers students guidance and self-advocacy

Southwest appointed its first-ever ombudsperson March 1. Harry L. Taylor will help students navigate the College’s policies and procedures and address their challenges and concerns.

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Providing a harassment and discrimination-free environment is the law

POLICY MATTERS: Providing a harassment and discrimination-free environment is the law

The United States Department of Education (DOE) published a letter May 26 expressing concern about increased harassment and violence against Asian American and Pacific Islander individuals. In the letter, the DOE reminded institutions such as Southwest...

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We are the Champs

Saluqis conference champs; Lady Saluqis runner up

The men’s basketball team defeated rival Cleveland State Community College 70-59 in overtime play April 10 in Gallatin, Tennessee, to clinch the conference championship that gave them an automatic bid to national NJCAA tournament in Hutchinson,...

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Sophomore Guard Brandon Mason was voted West Division Most Valuable Player

Saluqis shine during awards season

Southwest Saluqis wrapped up seasons on the hardwood and baseball diamond with plenty of hardware this year. Saluqis basketball came away with two of the Tennessee Community College Athletic Association's (TCCAA) major awards, as well as three...

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