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News Links | March 17, 2020

March 17, 2020

Inside YVC's shift to mostly online learning | WCC, WWU delay start of spring quarter | Centralia College student tests positive for COVID-19 | Big Bend CC takes courses online due to COVID-19 | LCC expands math class changes to help more students succeed | Clark College restricts activities on campus | Letters: Transforming lives through education | Whitworth, Community Colleges of Spokane extend spring break; WSU cancels Mom’s Weekend | Grays Harbor College COVID-19 update | For homeless LCC student, Student Success Fund grant was a lifeline | Wenatchee Valley College to move most classes online, delay start of spring quarter | Edmonds CC campus closed to the public March 18-April 3, spring quarter start delayed one week | Area colleges adjust to coronavirus concerns | Edmonds CC moves most classes online, says campus visitor tested positive for COVID-19 | Two Clover Park students accepted to 2020 All-Washington Academic Team >>

News Links | March 10, 2020

March 10, 2020

Finding hope in college | Versatile Pierce College alum shares her journey | Virus pushes colleges online; infection touches Stanwood | Neah Bay singer wins Peninsula’s Got Talent | Pierce College alum Lauren Adler connects Congressman with community | WVC student tested negative for coronavirus | Highline College president releases statement on coronavirus outbreak | First U.S. colleges close classrooms as virus spreads. More could follow. | EvCC to go online with some classes in response to COVID-19 | Two colleges close, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus | Coronavirus and higher education | Edmonds CC free recycling event still on for March 7 | Centralia College Foundation breaks ground for construction on new training facility | WVC crew pulls off overnight cleaning after student tested for coronavirus | WWCC alumnus/playwright to present 'Dangerous Little Creatures' | Edmonds CC canceling large campus events until further notice | Clover Park Tech reopens campuses after disinfecting, offers online updates for students | Computer science students prepare for life after graduation | A white wine revolution is underway in Washington's reddest appellation >>

News Links | March 3, 2020

March 03, 2020

SPSCC’s Craft Brewing & Distillery program now accepting applications | Coronavirus quarantines and more | Auto techs in the making: Clark College automotive program has 100 percent job placement | Demand for BBCC’s food pantry at critical mass, donations needed | Clark County Public Health testing seven people for coronavirus | Bellevue College president, vice president out after mural on Japanese American incarceration was altered | Marysville City Council president earns leadership accolade: Foundation donates $1.5 million for STEM | Kirkland, Wash., becomes epicenter of coronavirus response as cases spread | Edmonds CC student Vinicius Armucho honored with Transforming Lives award | Guest column | The wagon is coming – adaptability is essential – is higher education ready? | $1.5 million Kennewick wine village opens in March near downtown waterfront | RTC president awarded fellowship | She helps 2nd Harvest fight hunger. Now she’s going to help fill minds | Changemakers: Foundation gives college scholarships to former inmates in need of ‘second chance’ | Spokane community colleges help hungry, homeless students | WVC participates in Chelan County jail’s new reintroduction program | Bates: New Fire Service program director specializes in truck company and fire ground operations | W.F. West, Centralia College partnership yielding results, administrators say | Centralia College participates in statewide study finding widespread housing insecurities for students | Five Big Bend students headed to national ag competition | Wells Hall mountain is a temporary feature on WVC campus | Wenatchee Valley College machining program gets $10K >>

News Links | February 18, 2020

February 18, 2020

‘Rosie Revere’ provides impetus for girls to consider engineering careers | Port reflects on 2019, looks ahead at annual business report breakfast | Writing gives physics professor Asa Maria Bradley a romantic angle | Clark College narrows candidates for president | Engineering a jump start to university — or career | Resourcefulness is key when prisoners make art out of garbage. Now, you can buy it | Young professionals get preview of Centralia College Foundation's new training center | Edmonds CC names new vice president of finance and operations | Metallica foundation gives $50,000 for student scholarships at Spokane Community College >>

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