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News Links | April 26, 2018

April 26, 2018

New program targets first-gen college students | Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou signs contract at board meeting | Learning the art of firefighting | Pierce College professor’s side hustle involves publishing 50 — and counting — romance novels | Demolition day to mark launch of major renovation to Highline College building | High school seniors from across Washington state commit to STEM by signing letters of intent | Automotive Service Technology students at Yakima Valley College earn honors in competition | The assignment: Write something great for violin and... trombone? | Photo: Environmental affairs at Peninsula College | New trustee of Bellingham Technical College appointed by Governor Inslee >>

News Links | April 17, 2018

April 17, 2018

Opinion: Business pathway is a universal gateway | Veterans say college work-study payments arriving late | Former Clark College student wins scholarship to study in Japan for 5 years | Sunday marchers raise awareness, funds for multiple sclerosis | Tiny house being built for Pennies for Quarters | Spring Program Expo showcases offerings to prospective students | ‘These were not nameless people’ being killed by the Nazis | Seattle college pastry program in jeopardy | Former Chronicle publisher to lead Centralia College Foundation >>

News Links | April 10, 2018

April 10, 2018

One-of-a kind collaboration expected to train health care workers on Peninsula | Teddy Bear Tea proceeds fund college scholarships | 30 years strong: WSUV grows into educational, economic force | Fixing the big green machines | These are the folks who will protect the nation from hackers. They did battle Saturday in Richland | Opinion: Jim Conca: How do hackers break into our energy systems? We leave the door open | Community college students named to All-WA Academic Team | Kilmer talks with students: 6th District representative discusses congressional inaction | Man drops gun during Kilmer town hall meeting at Olympic College | Sculpture Day taking shape in the Couv | Old Centralia College photos now decorate communications lab >>

News Links | March 28, 2018

March 29, 2018

Here are the clever means Russia used to hack the energy industry | Evergreen Public Schools board member honored for leadership | Renton in ‘very good’ condition, mayor says at State of the City address | Portfolio exhibition highlights interior design students’ work | Inslee signs spending and tax-cut bills; here’s what they do | District’s state legislators face local issues at Town Hall forum | Stargazing events move to Stonehenge | Local inventor seeks to change lives through inspiration and innovation >>

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