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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 | April 25, 2019

April 25, 2019

Community colleges work to meet demand for skilled trades in Spokane | Visiting artist Joseph Seymour brings Coast Salish spirit to SPSCC ceramics class | EvCC instructor’s artwork inspired by seasonal transitions | Lifting up Latino culture, literacy at Clark College celebration | Green River College’s pioneering radio station celebrates 30 years of ‘Today’s Rock’ | Off-the-page perspective: Expert talks ‘Four-Color Reality’ and the impact of comic books in America | New support for learning English at YVC | Jobs of the future: Blue collar is back | Secrets of Success: Education >>

News Links | April 23, 2019

April 23, 2019

Four finalists in running for next Pierce College Fort Steilacoom president | Cross-pond linkup inked for wine education | It’s college-level math, but it’s taught differently — and it’s helping more Washington students graduate | Editorial: Community colleges can’t be ignored in state budget | YVC breaking ground on a $22.7 M dollar expansion project | Columbia Basin College: Growing with an eye on the future | Columbia Basin College Arts Center: The CBC Arts Center remains strong and dedicated to our educational mission | Bellevue College rallies for higher education funding | Centralia College hosts annual Family Fun Fest | This singing biology professor turns science into catchy tunes at Everett Community College | A flower in the mud | Maine winery turns NW fruit into fistful of gold | Pierce College hosts Women of Justice Forum April 17 | Bill could help address teacher shortage, increase diversity | Former Ben Moore’s spot could soon showcase SPSCC’s brewing, culinary programs | Highline College presents Unity Through Diversity Week | Nursing matters: Can local programs help fill the Yakima nursing gap? | Former Beacon editor wins Rising Star communications award | Port Townsend artist to exhibit in solo show at Peninsula College | YVC teaching winery hosts colorful tasting >>

News Links | April 9, 2019

April 09, 2019

KBCS: 46 years of promoting unrepresented voices | Opinion: How 93,000 more Washington students can thrive after high school | Quincy council donates $10,000 to BBCC | Leadership Eastside hosts panel discussing the American Dream | Born to be an artist: Meghan Flynn | College prez worries about future funding | Exhibit features the best artwork from 50 EdCC students | RLS Productions continues to donate scholarships with an eye on the future | Sexual assault advocates gather for second year of ‘Start by Believing’ campaign >>

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