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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 8, 2016

September 08, 2016

Editorial: Student loans propped up failing for-profit schools | Sparky the Port Angeles fire engine sold but not retired | 2016 LCC Alumni of the Year announced | SCC helps former ITT Tech students | Coding Dojo offers scholarships for ITT Technical Institute students left in the lurch | After 50 years, Edmonds CC still committed to its role as ‘community’ college | $500K grant will help Pierce College continues to close achievement gaps | After closure, local officials urging ITT Tech students to connect with other schools | Nationwide ITT Technical Institute closure includes Everett | Opinion: A day at OCC | Centralia College’s Phoenix Center name change to honor Odegaards >>

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 4, 2016

August 04, 2016

College's Craft Brewing Academy rolls out three winners | Heritage University in Toppenish part of growing trend in Hispanic-serving institutions | Bellevue College President David Rule resigns | WSU engineering majors expand in Everett, Pullman, Bremerton | Sequim veteran pursues passion for video | CPTC joins Springbrook Summer Block Party | PC gets grant to streamline course choices | Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation scholarships >>

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