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News Links | November 26, 2019

November 26, 2019

EdCC launches Idea Lab incubator | On the dean's list, with autism: Colleges add autism support services, but they're pricey | International students followed their passions to LCC | Lewis County Beekeepers Association encourages young people to get involved through classes, scholarships | EdCC rocketeers see how high they can go in Pasco | Measuring progress on developmental education | Front & center: SCC instructor alone with his thoughts – in the classroom, that is | Pierce College program saves students $2 million in textbook costs | Bank of America donates $20,000 for Clark student veterans | Applying the knowledge: OC film students gain professional experience on locally-shot horror film | CBC encouraging students to stop smoking | Clover Park Technical College unveils state-of-the-art campus fitness center | A mesmerizing show at SPSCC | BTC named among top community colleges in U.S. | Care comes full circle: Spokane Valley firefighters assisted nurse, and she has returned the favor | Cheyenne Fonda is MV News intern | Edmonds CC Jazz and Salsa Band to perform fundraising concert Nov. 22 before traveling to Puerto Rico | Editorial: In Our View: Clark on right path in wake of Knight report >>

News Links | November 7, 2019

November 07, 2019

Pierce College recognized for excellence in marketing | Meet the artist: Photographer Michael J. Wewer at Edmonds CC art gallery | SPSCC named one of nation's top 150 community colleges again | LWTech raises more than $250,000 at annual benefit breakfast | LCC wins NWAC President's Cup | RTC recognized for efforts to improve students’ lives | RTC’s dragonfly honors passed advocate | Pierce College dean makes national impact as Achieving the Dream coach | Seattle Southside secrets: Don't miss these must-see spots | Kelso woman opens antique shop to serve 'quirky personalities' >>

News Links | October 29, 2019

October 29, 2019

Woodland resident gives $100,000 to start LCC scholarship endowment | Photos: Costumed kids, students play at Centralia College 'Fall Fest' | Clark College microaggression training set for January | Milestone: Peninsula College marketing group earns honors | Local students awarded over $1 million in scholarships | Area college classes are (nearly) free for seniors | TCC wins Excellence in Affordable Housing award | Japanese nursing students visiting at GHC again | GHC auto tech program gets major recognition | WCC awarded cybersecurity grant | Making way for WVC’s new Wells Hall >>

News Links | October 22, 2019

October 22, 2019

A fake cadaver offers real opportunities for LCC students | All in the family: Young sisters facing medical challenges become part of college softball team's family | YVC is keeping more students informed with RAVE text alerts | Wildfire prep classes offered this fall | UPS to launch bachelor's degree program for incarcerated women | Bhangra dance event creates space for South Asian community | Coming to the Creative Retirement Institute in 2020: Jazz appreciation | Flugelhorn player Dmitri Matheny to perform | WCC offers new adult high school diploma program | BIMA's third 'Within/Earshot Jazz Festival' continues with concerts, screenings and more | Recession proofing your career | Big Bend seeking community input in search for next college president | From the studio: Tales of the American | Columbia Basin College alums gift college 3,400-lb petrified log in family's honor >>

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