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News Links | September 20, 2016

September 20, 2016

Seattle Central marks 50 years of activism on Capitol Hill | Columbia Basin College enrollment still growing | Fall quarter begins today at Clark College | New OC building taking shape as students return for fall quarter | LCC opens its doors to former ITT Technical Institute students | #BookBrainChallenge promotes libraries’ digital services | Aberdeen man leaves largest donation in Grays Harbor College Foundation history | Beyond Disabilities spreads awareness about life with disabilities and eradicating bullying | New school year, new president at GHC | Edmonds Community College throws a party to celebrate 50 years | Spokane students left hanging after ITT Tech closure | Family-friendly Oak Harbor pub holding grand opening Saturday | Insider’s tip: How high school students can ace college at EdCC | Big Bend, Moses Lake Food Bank team up to open on-campus food pantry | Renton woman wins national psychology award | Everett Recovery Cafe helps people deal with addiction | Centralia College to open a winter group for popular bachelor’s degree program | Green River interim president ready to serve community, students | Green River College’s new Auburn Center opens | Green River College welcomes former ITT Tech students | Were you an ITT Tech student? Whatcom County colleges taking transfers for fall >>

News Links | September 6, 2016

September 06, 2016

Whatcom County has need for qualified construction workers | CPTC: Interior design exhibition showcases student work | YVC receives $2.63 million grant to expand services at Grandview campus | Green River College awarded forestry training grant | $32 million Integrated Education Center now underway at South Seattle College | Farmer Frog founder promotes healthy food for strong families, communities | Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees selects fourth student trustee | EvCC lauded for transfer success | SUSI program inspires young women to lead | LCC trustees approve funds to repair Story Field | Bellingham Technical College approved to offer bachelor’s in engineering technology | Ridgefield planning carefully for quality, livability in development | EvCC to test teacher-feedback technology | Super downsized: Tiny house on tour | CPTC: Waste site simulation shows hazards of the job | More than 30 game designers from Kirkland college participate in PAX West event | Ribbon cut on Composite Recycling Technology Center in Port Angeles | Japanese village unearthed 100 years later on Bainbridge Island >>

News Links | August 23, 2016

August 23, 2016

OC and WSU expand partnership | CPTC: Ahead of the game: Architecture alum gets career head start | Opinion: PNNL gives students hands-on experience | LCC's Story Field needs at least $450,000 worth of repairs, future use in question | EdCC expands access to its makerspace resources for public, students | More and more colleges opt out of going ‘by the book’ | Unmanned aerial vehicle program comes to Big Bend this fall | Inspire Development Centers: A private nonprofit dedicated to preparing children for lifelong success | New program gives adults a chance at a high school diploma | Green River College chooses interim vice president of instruction | Tribal dropouts getting second chance at diploma >>

News Links | August 11, 2016

August 11, 2016

Opinion: Why I do what I do | Secrets of Yama: Summer scholars search for clues from historic village | Electrical engineering program at OC enrolls first students | Coding goes mainstream | WWCC grad gives winery dream wings at airport | CPTC’s haircuts help students get “Ready to Learn” | New dean of Student Services, registrar at Big Bend | New Centralia College president to be paid $195,000 annually >>

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