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News Links | December 10, 2019

December 10, 2019

Peninsula College establishes scholarship honoring Jamye Wisecup | Guest musicians join Peninsula College’s Jingle Jazz lineup | Dona Ponepinto appointed to TCC Board of Trustees | Whatcom Community Education classes make the perfect gift | Bellevue College lands pair of federal grants | Clark College Trustees vote to give interim president authority to act on faculty strike | Foundation director’s one word to describe EvCC: ‘Opportunity’ | Edmonds CC awarded more than $230,000 in grants to address student homelessness, emergency needs | Bates Technical College’s welding program brings Old Man Winter to life at Fantasy Lights | Facing budget shortfall, Wenatchee Valley College will be laying off 20 employees | Brian Mittge commentary: From Newaukum Hill to the White House | Drone school: A bird's eye view of Yakima | WWCC's squeezes 'Romeo & Juliet' for comedy | Chamber awards banquet brings tears, memories | WVC music concert features world renowned musicians >>

News Links | November 26, 2019

November 26, 2019

EdCC launches Idea Lab incubator | On the dean's list, with autism: Colleges add autism support services, but they're pricey | International students followed their passions to LCC | Lewis County Beekeepers Association encourages young people to get involved through classes, scholarships | EdCC rocketeers see how high they can go in Pasco | Measuring progress on developmental education | Front & center: SCC instructor alone with his thoughts – in the classroom, that is | Pierce College program saves students $2 million in textbook costs | Bank of America donates $20,000 for Clark student veterans | Applying the knowledge: OC film students gain professional experience on locally-shot horror film | CBC encouraging students to stop smoking | Clover Park Technical College unveils state-of-the-art campus fitness center | A mesmerizing show at SPSCC | BTC named among top community colleges in U.S. | Care comes full circle: Spokane Valley firefighters assisted nurse, and she has returned the favor | Cheyenne Fonda is MV News intern | Edmonds CC Jazz and Salsa Band to perform fundraising concert Nov. 22 before traveling to Puerto Rico | Editorial: In Our View: Clark on right path in wake of Knight report >>

News Links | October 17, 2019

October 17, 2019

Peninsula College gets grant for toddler classrooms | Artist’s paintings capture sites of shootings before violence strikes | TCC winds Excellence in Affordable Housing award for innovation | Clarifying a muddled career training landscape | Public gender-neutral restrooms are open for business | Professionals in a second language | Coding Dojo partners with Bellevue College for 12-week program | Columbia Tech Center celebrates 10 years >>

News Links | October 15, 2019

October 15, 2019

Skagit Valley College celebrates new scholarship, pre-engineering program | Big Bend gets approval to move forward with bachelor's degree | California approved nearly $500M in emergency aid for community-college students. Could Washington be next? | Here’s the story behind Indigenous Peoples’ Day and how the Seattle area is marking it | Columbus Day also a day to celebrate indigenous people | Group to host story slam at Peninsula College | K9s visit criminal justice students at Big Bend | Korean-American artist featured at TCC gallery | More students are taking CBC classes. What’s making the difference? | ‘Taking It In’ at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center | Brandon Ting and the high art of ramen | Swenson joins Highline College Board of Trustees | BTC awarded grant to help non-traditional students | Salish Sea educator workshop will be Saturday, Oct. 19 at MaST Center | $43M health education center headed to downtown Tacoma Bates campus | Educators, labor leaders gather in Centralia for 'State of the Region' summit >>

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