International students can’t stay here if their college goes all-online, ICE says | What does freedom mean to you? | Peninsula College student gets journalism award | Herald welcomes new local columnist to its Opinion page | Quarantine aside, Walla Walla Community College Zooms theater courses | Does a mask-wearing mandate violate citizens' constitutional rights? Inslee answers | Big Bend & Grant PUD pair up for children’s virtual STEAM camp | Kodama’s job saved | Centralia College to furlough employees for four days this month in preparation for budget cuts | Portfolio show from Visual Communications Technology Club is online | Walla Walla Community College offers new degree program in fall | Transitions: U. of North Carolina System Names New President; U. of Alaska President Steps Down | Bates Technical College’s Commercial Truck Driving program instructor Bob Gunter recognized with prestigious award >>
Peninsula College names vice president for instruction | Tacoma Community College fall learning modalities | Clover Park Technical College to host drive-through celebration of 2020 graduates June 18 | 37 SPSCC nursing students graduate during the COVID-19 health crisis | Inaugural Craft Brewing and Distilling cohort part of SPSCC 2020 graduating class | Walla Walla Community College presents first four-year degrees to graduates | A place to call home – and to study | Commentary: Peninsula College adapts to pandemic | Pinning the tradition of care | Colleges are backing off SAT, ACT scores — but the exams will be hard to shake | Samantha Moser reads "Spells to be said against hatred" by Jane Hirshfield | Awards announced in Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition | Centralia College Foundation names 2020 Exceptional Faculty Award winners | CBC grads get caps and gowns | New sculptures added to Webster's Woods | Spokane community colleges to resume in-person classes | Bates Technical College celebrates 2020 graduates in virtual ceremony | LCC arts faculty gets creative despite COVID | Skagit Valley College braces for budget cuts | Everett Community College cuts 85 part-time positions | Everett Community College names Chris H. Bennett and Sonya Kraski as 2020 Distinguished Alumni | ‘Curious Incident’ breaks theatrical ground on Peninsula >>
Some face-to-face classes for workforce training to resume at community colleges following coronavirus closures | Washington State Patrol reports 21 troopers trained to draw blood to help reduce DUIs | Pierce College adapts to 'new normal,' helps students reach goals in spite of challenging circumstances | VIDEO: Community Preschools’ message for families | Schools struggle to keep out-of-class students connected during COVID-19 crisis | Centralia College trustee Jim Lowery named Washington Trustee of the Year | 'Somehow we make it work': How Washington's community college students are navigating the pandemic | Former Gov. Gary Locke named interim president of Bellevue College | Kitsap's graduations will look different this year. Here's how | Rebuilding America: How pandemic will change the way we learn >>
Northwest Passages: Chancellor and presidents of the Community Colleges of Spokane | WVC students claim all $1.2 million in COVID-19 relief in two weeks | Big Bend Community College receives over 20 phony unemployment claims during pandemic | Pandemic aid money available to Olympic College students | Cal State system says it will keep fall courses online, while Spokane-area schools aim to reopen campuses | Asian American Pacific Islander organization donates laptops to Bates Technical College AAPI students in need >>
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