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News Links | April 17, 2018

April 17, 2018

Opinion: Business pathway is a universal gateway | Veterans say college work-study payments arriving late | Former Clark College student wins scholarship to study in Japan for 5 years | Sunday marchers raise awareness, funds for multiple sclerosis | Tiny house being built for Pennies for Quarters | Spring Program Expo showcases offerings to prospective students | ‘These were not nameless people’ being killed by the Nazis | Seattle college pastry program in jeopardy | Former Chronicle publisher to lead Centralia College Foundation >>

News Links | March 28, 2018

March 29, 2018

Here are the clever means Russia used to hack the energy industry | Evergreen Public Schools board member honored for leadership | Renton in ‘very good’ condition, mayor says at State of the City address | Portfolio exhibition highlights interior design students’ work | Inslee signs spending and tax-cut bills; here’s what they do | District’s state legislators face local issues at Town Hall forum | Stargazing events move to Stonehenge | Local inventor seeks to change lives through inspiration and innovation >>

News Links | March 27, 2018

March 27, 2018

Opinion: Slow but sure president pick looks good at Tacoma Community College | ORLA: A place of learning and community | Opinion: WWCC wise to delay student housing project | Olympia Fire Chief Larry Dibble, the longest serving fire chief in the city’s history, says farewell | Pierce College Running Start student thrives in college environment | Opinion: State wisely expands its scholarships for technical fields | Students here plan marches, rallies to protest gun violence | Centralia College mechatronics program gets $40,000 grant | Three CPTC students receive All-Washington recognition | The ‘Silver Tsunami’ and Washington’s skilled worker gap | County fares well in 2018 legislative session | Door closes, for now, on student housing at Walla Walla Community College | ‘We can do something about this,’ says student organizer of Olympia’s march against gun violence | Through forum, Clark College faces race-based hate head on >>

News Links | March 20, 2018

March 20, 2018

LCC's Clinton Howard and Marinda Strine win academic honors | High school at sea: Everett marine-biology school shines, but other districts aren’t on board | Tacoma Community College has a new president | ORCA places third at Orca Bowl | Addressing Washington’s skilled worker gap | Two SPSCC students awarded at 22nd Annual All-Washington ceremony | New president looks to build on Heritage’s efforts in Valley | Walla Walla Community College's Try-A-Trade draws crowd | CPTC hosts international student graduation ceremony | When Bruce Lee was just an unknown, everyday guy | The long-lost history of the Tacoma Speedway | Generation Inspiration brings Intergenerational Cultural Exchange to Kitsap Regional Library | Metal art competition at Columbia Basin College | They dropped out of school. Now these Tri-City teens are trying to drive on Mars | Veteran program paints the path to a future career | Kirkland police investigate possible mass shooting threats at Lake Washington Institute of Technology | Olympia college students call for action on national walkout day | They drew chalk outlines honoring shooting victims — 'We want this to be the last time' | Green River College to launch educational opportunities in Covington | “What is it that a student needs from us?...That’s where we’re changing the culture. We focus on what a student needs at that moment.” >>

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