Opinion: The unstoppable spirit of 2020 graduates | SVC's first applied management class to graduate | Editorial: Deep cuts at WWCC hurt, but were necessary | At LCC, COVID-19 showed the benefits of digital and the need for tradition | Clark College holds first-ever virtual commencement ceremony | Commentary: The search for selfhood | Locally Writ: Local poet Irv Broughton releases two latest poetry collections | Grays Harbor College to conduct virtual graduation | Supreme Court DACA decision resonates in the Wenatchee Valley | Clark College grad overcomes denial to pursue his destiny | Photos: Centralia College grads make last trip back to pick up diplomas | High court ruling brings joy and relief for ‘Dreamers’ | ‘It’s very painful, it’s very difficult’: SCC & SFCC to furlough staff, cut $11 million from budget | Protest Book Club: Great reads for change with Seattle's hip-hop professor | Transitions: Bennington College and Ohio State U. select new presidents | A new take on the CPTC all-college celebration | Grays Harbor College passes budget, prepares for potential major cuts in state funding | Civil war, new country, new language, life | Vasquez overcomes it all to earn WVC degree | GHC's 10-minute play Play Fest goes online Saturday | Pandemic forces budget cuts at Walla Walla Community College >>
Ready for recovery | Commentary: EvCC’s virtual doors open to serve students, others | GHC nursing program adapting in face of pandemic | Highline College Foundation launches COVID-19 student support fund | Opinion | WVC President Jim Richardson: COVID-19 and a changed Wenatchee Valley College | Walla Walla Community College looking inward to fill top spot | Dr. Tawny Dotson of CPTC chosen for national presidential fellowship for community college leaders >>
Planning for coronavirus with fewer resources | Editorial: Lack of funding for two-year schools affects state economy | $6.5 million awarded to increase energy efficiency and reduce costs in state-owned buildings and facilities | WWU, WCC move all classes online after Whatcom County’s first COVID-19 diagnosis | Similar approaches for dealing with COVID-19 | WWCC's chief warrior resigns, reserving his strength for battle against cancer | Pierce College announces 2020 All-Washington Academic Team members | Schools changing plans amid COVID-19 fears | Big Bend Community College employee self-quarantines | Shoreline Community College puts most classes online and cancels athletic competitions and theater productions through March 25 | Green River College cancels classes, switches to alternative formats for coronavirus | Clark College professor Steven Clark talks about belonging in three-part series >>
Finding hope in college | Versatile Pierce College alum shares her journey | Virus pushes colleges online; infection touches Stanwood | Neah Bay singer wins Peninsula’s Got Talent | Pierce College alum Lauren Adler connects Congressman with community | WVC student tested negative for coronavirus | Highline College president releases statement on coronavirus outbreak | First U.S. colleges close classrooms as virus spreads. More could follow. | EvCC to go online with some classes in response to COVID-19 | Two colleges close, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus | Coronavirus and higher education | Edmonds CC free recycling event still on for March 7 | Centralia College Foundation breaks ground for construction on new training facility | WVC crew pulls off overnight cleaning after student tested for coronavirus | WWCC alumnus/playwright to present 'Dangerous Little Creatures' | Edmonds CC canceling large campus events until further notice | Clover Park Tech reopens campuses after disinfecting, offers online updates for students | Computer science students prepare for life after graduation | A white wine revolution is underway in Washington's reddest appellation >>
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