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News Links | March 10, 2020

March 10, 2020

Finding hope in college | Versatile Pierce College alum shares her journey | Virus pushes colleges online; infection touches Stanwood | Neah Bay singer wins Peninsula’s Got Talent | Pierce College alum Lauren Adler connects Congressman with community | WVC student tested negative for coronavirus | Highline College president releases statement on coronavirus outbreak | First U.S. colleges close classrooms as virus spreads. More could follow. | EvCC to go online with some classes in response to COVID-19 | Two colleges close, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus | Coronavirus and higher education | Edmonds CC free recycling event still on for March 7 | Centralia College Foundation breaks ground for construction on new training facility | WVC crew pulls off overnight cleaning after student tested for coronavirus | WWCC alumnus/playwright to present 'Dangerous Little Creatures' | Edmonds CC canceling large campus events until further notice | Clover Park Tech reopens campuses after disinfecting, offers online updates for students | Computer science students prepare for life after graduation | A white wine revolution is underway in Washington's reddest appellation >>

News Links | February 20, 2020

February 20, 2020

In college and homeless | Comedian to perform at Peninsula College | Renton Technical College dean chosen as vice president for Student Services at Highline College | WWCC presents Capstone Kitchen dinners for those looking for adventurous dining | 2020 Shoreline Short Short Film Festival: That's a wrap on year 4 | Shoreline Community College welcomes inaugural #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship recipients >>

News Links | February 13, 2020

February 13, 2020

Economic forecast night highlights workforce, education | Bellevue College introduces Tombolo Institute | Bellingham SCORE and Whatcom Community College mentor local entrepreneurs | Battle Ground native wins aviation scholarship | Logan’s ‘Tennessee Whiskey’ takes Peninsula College talent show crown >>

News Links | February 4, 2020

February 04, 2020

‘There’s a bottleneck’: Interest in nursing outpaces opportunity in the Inland Northwest | WWCC announces employee, program cuts | Thurston County Economic Development Council measures SPSCC economic impact at $930 million | Pierce College launches new part-time LPN to RN program | As students turn 20, EvCC celebrates with Japanese tradition | Community Colleges of Spokane release fall honor rolls | Computer-scientist-turned-singer to play lead role in opera | Sedro-Woolley teen honored as Youth of the Year | New veteran’s resource/study/social center opening at Peninsula College >>

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