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News Links | March 25, 2021

March 25, 2021

Opinion: Invest in Seattle Colleges for a path to higher education equity | Community Colleges of Spokane to host virtual commencement ceremonies | Program helping homeless students on Washington college campuses seeks to expand during pandemic | U.S. needs coordinated, multi-lateral approach to China: Locke >>

News Links | March 23, 2021

March 23, 2021

Pierce College alum helps others find their purpose | Our pandemic past: Inland Northwest leaders share their memories of when COVID-19 took over everyday life | Grays Harbor College — the fourth time’s a charm | Clark County business briefing | Family Fun: Culinary tips for teens | Candlelight vigil for Asian women killed in Atlanta one of Spokane’s largest rallies in months | U.S.-China talks kick off with a ‘frigid’ start, but former Pentagon official says that’s not surprising | WVC to offer two more hybrid classes for spring quarter | Rochester’s Alizabeth Ashton named 2021 Thurston County Boys & Girls Clubs ‘Youth of the Year’ | Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine site opening in Poulsbo as thousands in Kitsap become eligible | Finalists for AACC’s 2021 Awards of Excellence >>

News Links | March 2, 2021

March 02, 2021

Skagit Valley College graduate receives honor | Kris Johnson | New web portal helps equip young people for a post-pandemic future | Edmonds College receives First-gen Forward designation, national honor for commitment to first-generation student success | Peninsula College exhibit, lecture focuses on Manzanar | Spokane, North Idaho community colleges contend with plunging enrollment during COVID-19 pandemic | Edmonds College Foundation to hold annual fundraising gala virtually April 21-24 | What are your local Federal Way leaders reading? | Exciting construction projects underway at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | “Good Things Come in Small Packages” at March 19 One Minute Film Festival | Clark College students get free C-Tran passes | UW professor uses hairstyles, beauty to discuss race, gender bias | Up to 5,000 people a week could get COVID-19 vaccine at this Bellingham site starting in March >>

News Links | February 18, 2021

February 18, 2021

Rethinking writing assessments to foster equity | WA budget cuts threaten Tri-Cities college students most affected by COVID pandemic | Opinion: Supporting students is key to an equitable economic recovery | Why are local high school grads struggling in college? Listen and they’ll tell you | Editorial: COVID has derailed too many dreams. Lawmakers must not derail our economic future | Opinion: Christine Johnson: Competition, other factors drive innovation in education | South Seattle College’s Yilin Sun gets State Dept. award | SFCC theater production finds unlikely success despite COVID challenges | Sexy werewolves and social media saviors: Spokane author Åsa Maria Bradley preps the release of her latest paranormal romance >>

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