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News Links | December 8, 2020

December 08, 2020

Former GHC president Jewell Manspeaker dies at 79 | How COVID-19 could lead to fewer Washington students going to college in 2021 and beyond | Fantasy Lights: Vibrant velociraptor shines bright as welding program’s Jurassic contribution | Timothy Burt reappointed to WWCC Board of Trustees | Opinion: Why Pell Grants can help fight the pandemic | Boeing donates $50,000 to Big Bend Community College aviation programs | Food program expansion helps Peninsula College students | Spokane Community College students selling poinsettia plants from the SCC Greenery | Centralia College offers livestream theater | Wenatchee Valley College classes to remain online through spring quarter | Edmonds College says winter quarter 2021 will be mostly online, and start Jan. 4 | WSU survey: Food insecurity has grown | Peninsula College Longhouse to host ‘Powerful Poets’ | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre’s “Streets: The Musical” is streaming now! >>

News Links | November 10, 2020

November 10, 2020

Renovations underway for new lounge and food pantry serving student-veterans at North Seattle College | Alyson Provax: Out of nothing | Centralia Rotary Club opens new ADA-approved playground at Riverside Park | Collaboration key to creating skilled workforce, Spokane education leaders and employers say | Clark College announces new trustee | Leading the way: Big Bend Community College to honor first-generation college students Nov. 9 | EvCC drama students perform virtual, interactive theater Nov. 12-14 and 19-21 | Spokane Community College offers Running Start For Careers >>

News Links | October 22, 2020

October 22, 2020

SPSCC introduces noncredit classes focusing on racial equity | New TCC bachelor of applied science program open for applicants interested in career in IT | Joe Bowman joins Highline College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington must keep its promise of public education | WVC enrollment drops nearly 8% for fall quarter | Big Bend Community College offers first bachelor's degree | Commentary: Edmonds College is building for the future | Local leaders sound the alarm over the surge in COVID cases >>

News Links | October 15, 2020

October 15, 2020

Kill your gas stove | Governor reappoints Mah to SPSCC’s Board of Trustees | Edmonds College awarded over $1.1 million for materials science education | Mount Baker’s Tricia Wagar an example of Upward Bound | Big Bend Community College food pantry distributes 5,000 pounds of food to families | Olympic College instruction to be mostly online for winter quarter | Kent resident appointed to Green River College Board of Trustees | Higher Education: CBC, WSU-Tri-Cities building for a future when students return to camp >>

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