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News Links | June 11, 2019

June 11, 2019

Homeless in College: Students sleep in cars, on couches when they have nowhere else to go | Having community college students choose a course roadmap pays off for Peninsula College | Tacoma high school seniors get some straight talk from current students at local colleges | Tiki Apartments now successfully houses homeless students, Tacoma college says | Renton educator honored by alma mater | Jayden Fullerton is bringing home two diplomas this spring | Clark instructors help Larch inmates earn GEDs | Town Talk: Treasure Valley Wine Society awards scholarship to Washington college student | Can’t afford to get dental care? Columbia Basin College may be able to help you | Cyrus Habib meets with Clark College students | Highline student finds her voice | Pierce College students motivated to action after life-changing messages | Citizen of the Year: Bette Worth has made a career of community service | ‘There are a lot of broken women here.’ Can training them to run a business save them? | Meet Chehalis Watershed hero Steven Franks | Clark College student Connor Wier premieres work with college concert band | Technology is helping prison education programs scale. What’s the catch? | Learn about musical theater through WWCC summer class | WCC expands tuition benefits with higher state grants | Transitions | Moses Lake School District chooses to not renew contract with SkillSource 'open doors' program | Trio-Upward Bound summer meals announced | Technical college cuts the ribbon on a new center | What has Thurston County been brewing? What you need to know - Distilled >>

News Links | June 6, 2019

June 06, 2019

PACE Has Got Talent highlights SCC students | Students learn about repairing wind turbines | Longview LGBTQ groups to celebrate pride Saturday with march, festival | Legislators tell of reduced college tuition program | EdCC celebrates 52nd annual commencement June 7 | Thorp senior eager to take passion for flying to college | Pegasus Project provides learning opportunities | Opinion: High-impact practices work | Way to go | Resource fair brings together families, providers and charities in Centralia | Waste Management donates used trucks to South Seattle College’s Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology Program | Editorial: What two educators have meant for Everett, county | College hopes given added lift in Milton-Freewater | Alumni Award winner takes to the skies | Anacortes Waterfront Festival features something for everyone | Commentary: Community leaders on retiring Everett educators | Angela Sheffey-Bogan named Distinguished Alumna by Highline College >>

News Links | June 4, 2019

June 04, 2019

Peninsula College hires new vice president of finance and administration | ‘Gigantic expansion’ of Washington’s State Need Grant means free college for poorest students | Clark College trustee Royce Pollard resigns | WWCC kicks off rec center construction with ceremony | Grays Harbor College evaluation results mostly positive; Shows financial concerns | Opinion: A legislative session that invested in Olympic College | Walla Walla Community College to adopt 4-day class schedule in September | Award-winning faculty lead this year's Chuckanut Writers Conference | Shoreline CC Automotive student headed for national skills competition >>

News Links | May 30, 2019

May 30, 2019

Honor grad | LCC's production of 'Proof' explores personal identity, mental illness | Butterfly sculpture installed in Mount Vernon park | From the Studio: SFCC Drama presents "Bonnie & Clyde" | Eric's Heroes: A teacher that fills his students with knowledge, one song verse at a time | Inslee tours Port of Skagit's fiber project | Way to Go: Housing Hope’s annual Stone Soup event raises $250,000 | Hospital Guild keeps donations, fashion flowing at spring luncheon, fashion show | WVC holds ceremony to remember, celebrate student athlete | Skagit Valley College graduate opens dream bakery | Centralia College shows its brightest | ‘Pay It Forward’ to benefit local projects, charities | Lunchtime concert for Studium Generale at college | Centralia College music shines at spring festival >>

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