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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 3, 2018

April 03, 2018

Fulbright Scholar linking virtual reality learning from Seattle to Tasmania | New YVC degree to foster programming skills | Meet Omari Amili, 2018 Distinguished Alum | ‘He was a black man living his dream’: Family grieves for slain local rapper | Alumni association helps St. Mary nursing grads stay in touch | Edmonds CC art gallery features student works for spring | Battle Ground family among many that struggle as wages stagnate | 25 years of espresso ‘close to home’ | Lawmakers stop in Forks | New firm grows in sales: Airborne expects eventually to have all workers based on Peninsula | Female business leaders speak about challenges, opportunities | LCC Fighting Smelt Debate Team named among top two-year college programs | Tumwater High School string orchestra pushes students to grow and succeed | Legal technician profession gains interest | Second annual Federal Way Public Schools STEM Exploration Night merges education and fun | Walla Walla Community College students on academic team | New festival brings local breweries together | Highline College searches for Next Distinguished Alumnus | Award-winning artists at SPSCC | Ten grands, two hearts >>

News Links | March 27, 2018

March 27, 2018

Opinion: Slow but sure president pick looks good at Tacoma Community College | ORLA: A place of learning and community | Opinion: WWCC wise to delay student housing project | Olympia Fire Chief Larry Dibble, the longest serving fire chief in the city’s history, says farewell | Pierce College Running Start student thrives in college environment | Opinion: State wisely expands its scholarships for technical fields | Students here plan marches, rallies to protest gun violence | Centralia College mechatronics program gets $40,000 grant | Three CPTC students receive All-Washington recognition | The ‘Silver Tsunami’ and Washington’s skilled worker gap | County fares well in 2018 legislative session | Door closes, for now, on student housing at Walla Walla Community College | ‘We can do something about this,’ says student organizer of Olympia’s march against gun violence | Through forum, Clark College faces race-based hate head on >>

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