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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 | April 3, 2018

April 03, 2018

Fulbright Scholar linking virtual reality learning from Seattle to Tasmania | New YVC degree to foster programming skills | Meet Omari Amili, 2018 Distinguished Alum | ‘He was a black man living his dream’: Family grieves for slain local rapper | Alumni association helps St. Mary nursing grads stay in touch | Edmonds CC art gallery features student works for spring | Battle Ground family among many that struggle as wages stagnate | 25 years of espresso ‘close to home’ | Lawmakers stop in Forks | New firm grows in sales: Airborne expects eventually to have all workers based on Peninsula | Female business leaders speak about challenges, opportunities | LCC Fighting Smelt Debate Team named among top two-year college programs | Tumwater High School string orchestra pushes students to grow and succeed | Legal technician profession gains interest | Second annual Federal Way Public Schools STEM Exploration Night merges education and fun | Walla Walla Community College students on academic team | New festival brings local breweries together | Highline College searches for Next Distinguished Alumnus | Award-winning artists at SPSCC | Ten grands, two hearts >>

News Links | March 6, 2018

March 06, 2018

Education Focus: SVC set to launch second bachelor's degree program | Trustees name Dr. Amit Singh president of Edmonds Community College | LCC hosts regional science competition | White nationalist groups hit Tacoma colleges with hate speech and other propaganda | Brain surgery helps Cheney High graduate put seizures in the rear view | Construction could start on new EdCC building this year | Arlington, Marysville to send recruits to new regional county fire training academy | Former Starbucks CEO, UW Regent Orin Smith dies at 75 | A picture of the dental assistant program at SPSCC | Washington lawmakers split on clearing financial aid waiting list for low-income students | Bill preventing student censorship in Washington is closer than ever to becoming law | Banner attendance seen at this year's BBCC Job Fair | CBC jazz band wins big at Idaho festival | Students compete in engineering competition with help of Hanford contractors | Seattleite: Brittany Nicole Cox is one of the only antique clock restorers in the nation >>

News Links | February 6, 2018

February 06, 2018

From felon to star student: LCC student reinvents himself | UW Bothell plan: New student housing, academic buildings | Centralia College establishes scholarship in honor of ‘beloved dean’ Cristi Heitschmidt | City of Lacey partners with Thurston EDC to help veterans learn about business | Search for next EdCC president enters final stage | Local innovation hubs provide space for creativity to thrive | Researcher tells of surprises discovered about cougars | CBC spent nearly half its reserves. It wasn’t what they planned on | Free kids' dental clinic at Clark College highlights national need | Opinion: Community colleges teach vocational skills – and a whole lot more | Less community, more vocational | Proposed law would make tampons and pads free for community college students | Mount Vernon teen named Youth of the Year | Main Street director outlines new path | Not your parents’ home ec class | Food for thought | House panel votes for aid to homeless college students >>

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