Films tell tales in one minute each | Bates: Spotlight on Students: Cybersecurity student says staff help them find their voice, increase campus involvement | CWU Transfer Symposium draws record numbers | Yakima Valley College launches four-quarter Practical Nurse program | Health Department announces large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic | Restaurant news: Edmonds College culinary students learn to pivot, more food truck fun — and snow what? | LCC budget stable even with enrollment drop | Local organizations partner with CBC and WSU Tri-Cities to connect students with internships | EC STEM building earns Gold LEED certification >>
Shoreline Community College President announces 2022 retirement | Clark College to cut $25 fee for admissions application | Then and Now: Spokane Community College | Proposed new vocational building would be 'game changer' for LCC, community | New CBC student recreation center in the works >>
Business of ... higher education | Columbia Basin College students seek help for mental wellness | WVC student to be honored at Transforming Lives Awards virtual ceremony | LCC opens applications for next cohort of teacher bachelor's degree seekers | PC speaker to focus on relationships between humans, nature | Edmonds College to host virtual Martin Luther King Jr. celebrations Jan. 21 >>
Peninsula College Dream Week honors King Jr | Annual Tri-Cities MLK event is moving online because of COVID | The Gallery at TCC presents online Hartsfield Family Quilt exhibit | 'The honor is in the progress.' Pasco couple receives 2021 MLK Spirit Award | Letter: Centralia College committed to an environment that welcomes free expression of all voices, opinions | Clark College administration eyes spring quarter to bring groups of students back to campus | Helen S. Smith Gallery presents ‘Art of the Quarantine’ | A conversation with Marlon James | John and Cathy Natt, Benefactors of the Year for LCC >>
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