Bruno and Evelyne Betti Foundation gives $2.5 million for SPSCC automotive, welding, and nursing students | The show must go on: GHC spring musical presents a whole new challenge | Whitman College, Walla Walla University to welcome students back to campus in January | Bear destroys beehives used for research at local college | Skagit Valley College completes first 'Parent School' | Seattle’s hip-hop history spans decades, cultures — and a hotel skybridge >>
Jerry Weber, former Bellevue College president, dies at 70 | With industries in flux, retraining gives workers options | Early snow, cold kills fall colors in Spokane, region | Changes planned for Thanksgiving dinners | Clark College art students receive scholarships | Students with cognitive differences say COVID-19 derailed their routines | Author Daudi Abe to discuss Sir Mix-A-Lot, Digable Planets, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis in Auntie’s virtual event >>
Big Bend Community College gets $3 million to help its Latino students succeed | Cadets practice firearm safety | College theater beyond the 'Whitman bubble' | LaTasha Wortham appointed to Tacoma Community College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington needs manufacturing to lead the economic recovery | Ed Brewster will be GHC president until at least fall of 2022 | SPSCC nursing students get back to the books with a blend of in-person and online study tools >>
SPSCC gallery’s new show celebrates the work of local Black artists | Centralia College offering free online lectures | LCC's fall quarter courses starts smoothly, hybrid likely to continue for winter | Community colleges fighting decrease in students using tutoring services | WVC winter quarter to remain online | New island-wide leadership program seeks applicants | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre wants your participation in virtual fall production | Consultant recommends outsourcing dozens of Clark College jobs >>
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