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News Links | October 30, 2018

October 30, 2018

SVC staffers bring electricity to tiny villages in Rwanda | Exciting new programs highlight the opportunities found at Grays Harbor College | Linda Kaminski: The path of a president | First authorized tiny home village opens in Snohomish County | Salmon recovery projects underway in area watersheds | South Seattle College’s new president: ‘An opportunity I’m not going to waste’ | Remote control cars provide AI training opportunity >>

News Links | October 2, 2018

October 02, 2018

Peninsula College hosting exhibit through October | Did you invent a better mousetrap? This nonprofit can help | Wally Sigmar Field rededicated | Re-entry simulation exercise at Givens Center shows the chaos of life after prison | Dean of YVC-Grandview dies at age 55 | Covington resident picked as Highline College Vice President | Filling in the blanks: Students can use variety of strategies to calm their test anxiety | “Threads of Connection” artwork honors Cheryl Kneale, longtime library staff member | Inmates on the run usually are a problem. Not this time at the state prison in Shelton | Grand welcome: Author engages young minds as Green River College opens fall classes | Spokane students track Kavanaugh hearings, but at a distance >>

News Links | September 27, 2018

September 27, 2018

Lower Columbia College gains high-tech microscope | Bates Technical College unveils new website, web address | National Science Foundation gives big bucks to WCC | Season’s first Studium Generale lecture to emphasize Klallam language, culture | Second-annual Big Bend Hall of Fame celebrations reunited old friends and teammates | CSTOCK's ‘Secret Garden’ will be first musical at new Olympic College theater | YVC past and future: College to expand to west campus | SPSCC Foundation services ensure back to school success | Clark College kicks off fall quarter: Classes started Monday with its third Bachelor of Applied Science degree | Thurston Assessor Drew to replace Barbara Clarkson on SPSCC board | Meet the new chef for CrabFest >>

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