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News Links | December 17, 2019

December 17, 2019

Tackling equity, diversity and success for all students | Washington experiments with giving women in prison limited access to the internet | Parent Academy helps parents help students | Washington, Idaho colleges bracing for 'enrollment cliff' in 2025 | Tacoma colleges will benefit from $10 million surprise donation from late centenarian | Meet Buddy Molina, Associated Students of Pierce College Puyallup President | SPSCC renames the gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts for retiring trustee Leonor R. Fuller | Edmonds CC faculty picketing for pay raises | Students celebrate First-Generation College Student Week | Washington board awards $2 million to help financially struggling students | From MentorLinks mentee to mentor >>

News Links | November 5, 2019

November 05, 2019

Tech fair Wednesday at BBCC | Wenatchee Valley College honors tribal elder Wendell George | In turbulent times of the hostage crisis, they were embraced | Viewpoints: The inspiration in a cheeseburger binder | Business beat: Education | Black and Brown Male Summit celebrates 10 years at Highline College | Hundreds of students learn about different careers in the justice system at CBC | Edmonds CC to recognize immigrant veterans, celebrate 10th anniversary of Boots to Books and Beyond memorial | Giant pumpkins from JBLM put scare in competition | Moving from prison to a PhD: Noel Vest: Value lived experience | The current: WSECU adds customer service center in Yakima >>

News Links | July 9, 2019

July 09, 2019

Highline alumna looks to future in bioengineering | Local artist featured at RTC | At Pike Place Market, seniors and kids work well together – and schools and day cares nationwide are noticing | Business beat | Shoreline Honors College students present research projects at prestigious UW Research Symposium | New course on track for future med students | Olympic College student selected to visit NASA in July | Fewer pieces in SPSCC’s juried art exhibition gives local artists room to shine | Peninsula College selects annual English Essay Award winners | Stories of success at YVC's 90th commencement | Four local businesses donate hours of time to renovate Benton Co. jet patrol boat | Washington community colleges aim to help more students of color complete credentials >>

News Links | May 16, 2019

May 16, 2019

Studying on empty: Many area college students worry about next meal | Law expands wine tasting for students | Centralia College Trailblazers esports athletes hone their mental fitness | Noctiluca blooms turn parts of Puget Sound bright orange | Edmonds CC’s Project Home to raise funds for students facing homelessness | This room's on fire | Solving problems: Randy Broberg >>

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