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News Links | April 29, 2021

April 29, 2021

Tri-Cities educator, leader appointed to WA state community college board | Renton Technical College president named college CEO of the year | Biden’s plan to make community college tuition free could help Northwest students, local administrators say | Clark College announces plans for return to campus in fall | Sen. Patty Murray invites Rainier conservation leader to virtually attend Biden's Wednesday address to Congress | State awards Lower Columbia College $3.2M to design new $30M vocational building | Two Bates Technical College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Watch: New student recreation center coming to CBC | Musical masterpiece: Spokane Symphony’s virtual series boasts innovation, collaboration and performance | Peninsula College names student council for 2021-2022 >>

News Links | April 27, 2021

April 27, 2021

Olympic College student's eco-friendly buoy system wins environmental award | More colleges are requiring students to get COVID-19 vaccines. Here’s where local schools stand | Ghost shrimp, humpbacks, tiny plankton: See Puget Sound surge with springtime life | Peninsula College’s annual Native American Culture Fair set for April 29 | Legislature passes $6.3 billion capital budget with funding for Eastern Washington universities, community projects | GHC offers racial and cultural awareness workshop to the public | Local economic groups offer $25 basic business workshops at Lower Columbia College | Pierce College announces 2021 All-Washington Academic Team members | South Puget Sound Community College says fall instruction will remain mostly online >>

News Links | March 18, 2021

March 18, 2021

'Food & Families' presentation for WVC Omak campus | Clark College trustees approve 2021 tenured faculty | CBC Open Doors program is giving Tri-Cities high schoolers a second chance | Tidepools Magazine announces 2021 winners | As PenCol's automotive program sputters, industry pledges help | Lower Columbia College to host second virtual-only graduation due to state restrictions | Yakima Valley College receives $320,000 to aid undocumented students >>

News Links | March 16, 2021

March 16, 2021

Now is the right time for college | Edmonds Art Beat: A conversation with Ed Hartman, an award-winning, musical renaissance man | CBC, YVC, say students ‘learning English’ class enrollments plummet | Registration for Edmonds College Creative Retirement Institute spring term starts March 16 | Community Voices: Lower Columbia College, your college | 'There is always help': Adelina Machuca Santiago overcomes barriers to help others succeed | TCC earns 2021 REACH Rewards >>

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