Strait swimmer speaker for Studium Generale | ESL classes get free child care in Sequim | Difference Maker: Outgoing chancellor of Community Colleges of Spokane leaves behind gifts for students | Congressman Larsen sponsors $1.3 million funding package for Edmonds College programs >>
Editorial: More power to WA community colleges helping fill K-12 teacher shortage | YVC nursing program to benefit from $427K grant for simulation equipment | Grays Harbor College going vertical | TCC Board of Trustees names Michele Hart “Transforming Lives Award” nominee for 2022 | Local briefs: Pullman mayor reappointed to community college board | WVC announces four finalists in presidential search >>
Parting thoughts with Community Colleges of Spokane’s Christine Johnson | Campus recovery programs help students stay sober | Edmonds College receives renewal of $200K grant for expanding program that services students with disabilities | Students from 3 colleges ‘follow the supply chain’ to Vietnam >>
Commentary: Efforts beyond the classroom make a difference at Centralia College | Inslee tabs Spokane airport public affairs director to serve on Community Colleges of Spokane board | She’s ready for the next big thing | Tanzanian scholar brings global experience and perspective of healthcare to Bellevue College | Puyallup Tribe of Indians $20,000 grant helps Bates Technical College students in need | Skagit Valley College's new commons building to be named after retiring president >>
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