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News Links | October 9, 2018

October 09, 2018

SVC Powwow celebration of dance, song and life | Walla Walla trends: Should Walla Walla be considered a true college town? | Spokane CC automotive students inspect cars for winter | North Seattle College rated among nation’s top LGBTQ-friendly community colleges | Columbia Basin College’s fall class may be youngest ever | Creating art in wool, silk, a heartfelt venture for local guild members | Edmonds Community College’s new president is ready to serve the community | Hunger is a problem on a Tacoma college campus. Two students devised a solution >>

News Links | October 2, 2018

October 02, 2018

Peninsula College hosting exhibit through October | Did you invent a better mousetrap? This nonprofit can help | Wally Sigmar Field rededicated | Re-entry simulation exercise at Givens Center shows the chaos of life after prison | Dean of YVC-Grandview dies at age 55 | Covington resident picked as Highline College Vice President | Filling in the blanks: Students can use variety of strategies to calm their test anxiety | “Threads of Connection” artwork honors Cheryl Kneale, longtime library staff member | Inmates on the run usually are a problem. Not this time at the state prison in Shelton | Grand welcome: Author engages young minds as Green River College opens fall classes | Spokane students track Kavanaugh hearings, but at a distance >>

News Links | September 25, 2018

September 25, 2018

Robert Terry, first black man to teach in Seattle public schools, dies at 91 | Evergreen boosts Thurston County’s economy, even as its enrollment declines | Krist Novoselic returns to Aberdeen with Giants in the Trees to play at Bishop Center | Want to end homelessness? Start with getting people into recovery | Touching minds and hearts: Sound to Harbor Early Learning Programs | WVC gets new interim instructional VP | Spokane chef Becky Wortman creates edible sculptures from an unusual ingredient: buttercream | Carol Hannum: Worlds Apart. A retrospective exhibition at South Puget Sound Community College | Rosie Rimando, South Seattle College’s new president, says diversity comes first | A higher degree | Will Whatcom Community College’s new dorm help ease Bellingham’s housing shortage? | Gov. Inslee appoints County Assessor Steven J. Drew to SPSCC Board of Trustees | Seattle-area women of color share how they navigate the workplace | Spokane poet Laura Read embraces vulnerability in her new collection, Dresses from the Old Country | Artfully Edmonds: Debra Rich Gettleman launches ‘Page to Stage’ for aspiring playwrights, plus events galore >>

News Links | August 28, 2018

August 28, 2018

Commentary: Effort will help direct youths into skilled jobs | Education deserts in our state: Up to 1 in 5 Washington students live far away from college | Annual event provides services to those in need | Meet our new president, Dr. Darrell L. Cain, Ph.D. | GHC leaders explore solutions to student housing shortage | Edmonds CC to break ground Sept. 12 for new STEM building >>

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