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News Links | June 23, 2020

June 23, 2020

Opinion: The unstoppable spirit of 2020 graduates | SVC's first applied management class to graduate | Editorial: Deep cuts at WWCC hurt, but were necessary | At LCC, COVID-19 showed the benefits of digital and the need for tradition | Clark College holds first-ever virtual commencement ceremony | Commentary: The search for selfhood | Locally Writ: Local poet Irv Broughton releases two latest poetry collections | Grays Harbor College to conduct virtual graduation | Supreme Court DACA decision resonates in the Wenatchee Valley | Clark College grad overcomes denial to pursue his destiny | Photos: Centralia College grads make last trip back to pick up diplomas | High court ruling brings joy and relief for ‘Dreamers’ | ‘It’s very painful, it’s very difficult’: SCC & SFCC to furlough staff, cut $11 million from budget | Protest Book Club: Great reads for change with Seattle's hip-hop professor | Transitions: Bennington College and Ohio State U. select new presidents | A new take on the CPTC all-college celebration | Grays Harbor College passes budget, prepares for potential major cuts in state funding | Civil war, new country, new language, life | Vasquez overcomes it all to earn WVC degree | GHC's 10-minute play Play Fest goes online Saturday | Pandemic forces budget cuts at Walla Walla Community College >>

News Links | June 18, 2020

June 18, 2020

Peninsula College names vice president for instruction | Tacoma Community College fall learning modalities | Clover Park Technical College to host drive-through celebration of 2020 graduates June 18 | 37 SPSCC nursing students graduate during the COVID-19 health crisis | Inaugural Craft Brewing and Distilling cohort part of SPSCC 2020 graduating class | Walla Walla Community College presents first four-year degrees to graduates | A place to call home – and to study | Commentary: Peninsula College adapts to pandemic | Pinning the tradition of care | Colleges are backing off SAT, ACT scores — but the exams will be hard to shake | Samantha Moser reads "Spells to be said against hatred" by Jane Hirshfield | Awards announced in Peninsula College Student Art Exhibition | Centralia College Foundation names 2020 Exceptional Faculty Award winners | CBC grads get caps and gowns | New sculptures added to Webster's Woods | Spokane community colleges to resume in-person classes | Bates Technical College celebrates 2020 graduates in virtual ceremony | LCC arts faculty gets creative despite COVID | Skagit Valley College braces for budget cuts | Everett Community College cuts 85 part-time positions | Everett Community College names Chris H. Bennett and Sonya Kraski as 2020 Distinguished Alumni | ‘Curious Incident’ breaks theatrical ground on Peninsula >>

News Links | June 9, 2020

June 09, 2020

Pierce College a finalist for national Aspen Prize | Higher education leaders plots course for fall | Derek Sheffield reads "Letter to a burning world" by Kevin Goodan | Peninsula College to host visual arts festival | COVID-19 puts LCC, students in tough financial straits | SCC graduate Douglas Carney found a path to rebuild his life | Longtime politician Gary Locke faces unprecedented challenges as new leader at Bellevue College | Commentary: New WWCC president looks to the future | SFCC grad Kevin Robinson pursues degree after travel experience changes him | Some community college students ineligible for federal COVID-19 relief | As protests spread across the country, mobile video creates mosaic of violence and tool for change | Centralia College East to offer COVID-19 monologue class | Peninsula College cuts positions | Karl Smith named VP of Student Affairs at TCC | Alexis Madrigal shared his thoughts and experiences during Clark College Foundation webinar | SCC building is being expanded, renovated >>

News Links | June 4, 2020

June 04, 2020

A Grays Harbor College program moves all-online in the fall | Peninsula College international student earns journalism award | Helping students in need through COVID-19 | Graduating nurses ready to help fight COVID-19 locally | Centralia College Foundation creates emergency scholarship fund for when CARES Act student money runs out | Peninsula College names 2020-2021 ASC officers, council members | Seattle Central College president: 'Anger has a lot of information in it' | From homeless to advocate: How a Centralia woman turned her life around | Seattle mayor, police face questions over response to George Floyd protests, downtown turmoil | Upgrade your education or career – online – at Shoreline Community College >>

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