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News Links | April 22, 2021

April 22, 2021

Lynnwood mural celebrates the Earth and those who care for it | While you’re in: Celebrate ‘Vaccination Day,’ see a fresh ‘Romeo,’ get some laughs | BMX season begins Thursday with rebuilt track | Wenatchee Valley College presenting two authors in annual Earth Day celebration | New South Kitsap COVID-19 vaccination site opening this week, OC offers weekend clinic | Sharp receives academic honors | Let Clover Park Technical College do the cooking on May 14 | Snohomish County reacts: 'Justice served' by guilty verdict | These BTC students’ efforts ‘will have a cascading effect on future generations’ of salmon | Meet the Washington students writing about education equity for Education Lab’s Student Voices project >>

News Links | March 2, 2021

March 02, 2021

Skagit Valley College graduate receives honor | Kris Johnson | New web portal helps equip young people for a post-pandemic future | Edmonds College receives First-gen Forward designation, national honor for commitment to first-generation student success | Peninsula College exhibit, lecture focuses on Manzanar | Spokane, North Idaho community colleges contend with plunging enrollment during COVID-19 pandemic | Edmonds College Foundation to hold annual fundraising gala virtually April 21-24 | What are your local Federal Way leaders reading? | Exciting construction projects underway at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | “Good Things Come in Small Packages” at March 19 One Minute Film Festival | Clark College students get free C-Tran passes | UW professor uses hairstyles, beauty to discuss race, gender bias | Up to 5,000 people a week could get COVID-19 vaccine at this Bellingham site starting in March >>

News Links | October 22, 2020

October 22, 2020

SPSCC introduces noncredit classes focusing on racial equity | New TCC bachelor of applied science program open for applicants interested in career in IT | Joe Bowman joins Highline College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington must keep its promise of public education | WVC enrollment drops nearly 8% for fall quarter | Big Bend Community College offers first bachelor's degree | Commentary: Edmonds College is building for the future | Local leaders sound the alarm over the surge in COVID cases >>

News Links | August 25, 2020

August 25, 2020

GHC dealing with, adapting to instruction in the age of a pandemic | BTC awarded $1.3 million grant | Highline College hosts COVID-19 testing every Wednesday | Photos: Making art work | Head Start will offer parents in-person and fully virtual options | Peninsula College offers retraining funds to help unemployed | CARES Act funds will make school more affordable for technical college students | Peninsula College moves Saturday ceremony online | Walla Walla Community College granted $2.18 million to continue TRiO program >>

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