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News Links | October 27, 2016

October 27, 2016

Pierce College celebrates 50 years of serving students, community | Bellevue College alumnus’ tiny home vision earns him award | Big Bend's Medical Simulation Lab preps students for real life injuries | PT may finally be known as a 'college town' | Green River College begins search for next president | Chemistry experiment turns Daises into juice sleuths | H.S. classes offer bypass to remedial courses | With help of Opportunity Scholarship, man goes from homeless to UW master’s degree program | Clark culinary program getting a new home | Cyber security program offers some students another chance | AMTEC expansion celebrated In Everett | Prison basketball game changes inmate's life >>

News Links | October 11, 2016

October 11, 2016

Woodland woman joins LCC governing board | Panel looks at American Dream, inequality | New Seattle Maritime Academy ready to train future mariners | Kent resident appointed to Green River Board of Trustees | Comics a unique window into America's past | TCC professors at Asia Future Conference | CPTC students share massage skills with screening patients | Right at the STEM: Carol Hsu mentors NERD Girls, promotes engineering careers | Thurston County military veterans will benefit from new service hub | People news: Jeff Davis, former Port of Olympia commissioner, is named to SPSCC board of trustees | Centralia College’s new clock tower almost complete | Choux choux offers its delicious take on French pastries and breads | Early WW winemaker’s life, contributions portrayed at museum | ‘I have always felt like an American:’ 19 new citizens welcomed at Olympia ceremony >>

News Links | September 27, 2016

September 27, 2016

Blyn naturalist publishes guide to Northwest | Cybersecurity: how to protect your private information | 3rd bachelor’s degree approved through Grays Harbor College | What’s working: 21st century advising for today’s college students | Veterans risk homelessness, losing tuition after ITT Tech shutdown | Former Centralia College student adds 17 years to Thurston County weather records | The future of Washington wine is in the skilled hands of the next generation | Seattle Central College turns 50, celebrates history of social activism | Our views: Centralia College continues to grow and improve >>

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 >>

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