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News Links | July 23, 2020

July 23, 2020

SFCC food pantry serving greater-than-normal student need this summer | Walla Walla Community College retirees contribute $50,000 in scholarships | CBC offers new Agriculture Production degree | Edmonds College receives $3 million grant for health care training program | Grant helps Peninsula College boost humanities staff, programs | Student art in ‘virtual’ spotlight at Peninsula College’s annual exhibit | Skagit Valley College teams up with Farm to Family program | Karlee Norton reads “What You’d Want to Remember” by Miriam Marty Clark | $500,000 donation to create scholarships for Spokane community college students in high-demand fields | WWCC welcomes students back this Fall with new, flexible learning model | Local businessman wants Enumclaw to develop grant program for rent, utility costs >>

News Links | July 7, 2020

July 07, 2020

International students can’t stay here if their college goes all-online, ICE says | What does freedom mean to you? | Peninsula College student gets journalism award | Herald welcomes new local columnist to its Opinion page | Quarantine aside, Walla Walla Community College Zooms theater courses | Does a mask-wearing mandate violate citizens' constitutional rights? Inslee answers | Big Bend & Grant PUD pair up for children’s virtual STEAM camp | Kodama’s job saved | Centralia College to furlough employees for four days this month in preparation for budget cuts | Portfolio show from Visual Communications Technology Club is online | Walla Walla Community College offers new degree program in fall | Transitions: U. of North Carolina System Names New President; U. of Alaska President Steps Down | Bates Technical College’s Commercial Truck Driving program instructor Bob Gunter recognized with prestigious award >>

News Links | June 30, 2020

June 30, 2020

Grays Harbor College announces top grads | SPSCC announces Chief Diversity Officer | Gov. Inslee coming to Tri-Cities on Tuesday to discuss COVID-19 response | Going to college in a pandemic | Former GHC president to return to role on interim basis | Peninsula College announces 2020-21 Student Council | State residents invited to complete Washington State Food Security survey | She found her home and her calling | Tomlinson, art history professor at Clark College | WVC announces annual staff, faculty and student award winners | South Seattle College celebrates the unstoppable class of 2020 | Taiwan provides a blueprint for dealing with a pandemic | Peninsula College has a plan and they're sticking to it | WCC students may qualify for tuition-free education next quarter >>

News Links | April 28, 2020

April 28, 2020

Edmonds College prototypes, manufactures face shields to meet COVID-19 needs of health care workers | Commentary: Columbia Basin College: Soaring to new heights | Seattle Colleges form emergency fund for struggling students | Wenatchee Valley College to receive $2.4 million in coronavirus relief aid, students to get $1.2 million | Clark College: Summer, fall quarters will be online | Tacoma entrepreneurs win $2,000 in pitch competition | Columbia Basin College to continue online classes through fall quarter | Community Colleges adapt to online curricula | Green River College offers free webinar for local businesses | Unprecedented numbers of college students seek help to pay rent, buy food during pandemic | Commentary: The true meaning of community: Guest editorial | Wednesday’s WVC Earth Day also marks ‘Dear America’ release | Opinion: Learning to operate ventilators while worrying about rent | Spring quarter at Clark College boots up in online-only mode | Big Bend Community College trustees approve next president’s contract >>

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