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News Links | March 22, 2022

March 22, 2022

Agriculture education continues to grow in Yakima Valley with new programs for students | Centralia College vice president named to national board | Edmonds College to add two bachelor’s degrees in fall 2022 | Kelso woman transforms after prison, Lower Columbia College graduation with help of Students in Need fundraiser | Hoping he has a ghost of a chance in film industry | Painting away the trauma: Shoreline CC’s first Veterans Art Exhibit | WVC extends Richardson's contract, search firm hired for presidential search | Five GHC staff earn tenure | Edmonds College alum reaches a musical milestone >>

News Links | February 22, 2022

February 22, 2022

Pierce College alum works hard to help keep the community safe | Two Edmonds College students honored with Transforming Lives awards | BBCC leader seeks more student aid, higher teacher salaries | Human Elements: Finding the elusive Gorge daisy | Aliza Munoz Esty joins Grays Harbor College Board of Trustees | Preparing for launch: SFCC planetarium hopes to reopen to public soon with new projector, solar system model | Black History Month discussion Wednesday at Peninsula College | 'Students supporting students' — Yakima Valley College opens food pantries on both campuses >>

News Links | November 23, 2021

November 23, 2021

CBC students must declare COVID vaccine status before heading back to winter classes | CBC seeks nominations for 2022 MLK Spirit Award | Seattle expands free college program with help from state matching funds | Shelly Hoffman nominated by GHC for Transforming Lives Award | WVC looks to tech, retraining demand to counter continued enrollment drop >>

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