Infrastructure legislation would pave way for colleges’ programs | ‘Jewel of the college’: Spokane Falls Community College ‘excited’ for new fine arts, photography facility | CBC planning unique two-day graduation | Clark College alumnus receives Rising Star award | Partially blind pilot plans to fly around the world, after some guidance from a Bellevue College program | Marchers carry signs that read 'racism is a public health crisis' during anti-racism rally in Wenatchee | Centralia College: COVID-19 vaccine ‘strongly encouraged’ but not currently required for students, staff | WVC’s Knights Hall in for big changes once the Wells Hall replacement is ready >>
Tri-Cities educator, leader appointed to WA state community college board | Renton Technical College president named college CEO of the year | Biden’s plan to make community college tuition free could help Northwest students, local administrators say | Clark College announces plans for return to campus in fall | Sen. Patty Murray invites Rainier conservation leader to virtually attend Biden's Wednesday address to Congress | State awards Lower Columbia College $3.2M to design new $30M vocational building | Two Bates Technical College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Watch: New student recreation center coming to CBC | Musical masterpiece: Spokane Symphony’s virtual series boasts innovation, collaboration and performance | Peninsula College names student council for 2021-2022 >>
CBC music instructor named top music educator in state | Meet TCC's All-Washington Scholars for 2021 | Edmonds College students recognized as top Washington state scholars | Studium Generale presents ‘Zen and the Art of Chickenman’ | North Seattle light-rail stations to open Oct. 2 >>
New projects at Eastern Washington colleges would be funded in proposed state budgets | A new state park, affordable housing, and more for Olympia area in state’s capital budget | Get to know: James Rangel | YVC's soccer players' heroic actions during house fire | Seattle’s tuition-free community college program sees record application numbers despite pandemic | Brian Mittge commentary: ‘These are tough times’: Parenting help available | Nation’s 1st advanced nuclear reactor could operate near Tri-Cities under new agreement >>
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