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News Links | March 1, 2018

March 01, 2018

Running Start funding would be frozen under state Senate budget bill | Peninsula students discuss ways to increase campus safety | Opportunity Expo: Not all good jobs require a college degree | Center of Centralia College campus to be named Ward Plaza | Kauffman retires from Green River College Board of Trustees | Bellevue College students Akoto, Gonzalez and Tuttle make All-Washington Academic Team >>

News Links | February 27, 2018

February 27, 2018

LCC team takes home top honors | Japanese college students visit LCC for fourth straight year | International enrollment falls at Clark College | Proposals in Olympia would erase gap in aid for state’s low-income college students | Opinion: Education advocates work to increase teacher diversity in Edmonds | Capital budget includes $74 million for projects in 19th district | Inslee names Leigh to Bellevue College board | Peninsula’s Got Talent winners announced | Clark College flashes back to the contentious ’60s with ‘Hair’ revival | Meet Christie Sutton, Europa's beloved pastry chef for nearly two decades | How we learned to stop worrying and love the side hustle >>

News Links | February 6, 2018

February 06, 2018

From felon to star student: LCC student reinvents himself | UW Bothell plan: New student housing, academic buildings | Centralia College establishes scholarship in honor of ‘beloved dean’ Cristi Heitschmidt | City of Lacey partners with Thurston EDC to help veterans learn about business | Search for next EdCC president enters final stage | Local innovation hubs provide space for creativity to thrive | Researcher tells of surprises discovered about cougars | CBC spent nearly half its reserves. It wasn’t what they planned on | Free kids' dental clinic at Clark College highlights national need | Opinion: Community colleges teach vocational skills – and a whole lot more | Less community, more vocational | Proposed law would make tampons and pads free for community college students | Mount Vernon teen named Youth of the Year | Main Street director outlines new path | Not your parents’ home ec class | Food for thought | House panel votes for aid to homeless college students >>

News Links | February 1, 2018

February 01, 2018

LCC receives $1 million in grants for simplifying college process | Foundation to offer a free year at Olympic College for all local high school grads | High School leads the way in science | People in politics: Wayne Fournier | Centralia College Foundation announces Robert Dowling as 2018 Distinguished Alumnus | Story walk: Higher ed in Kitsap | Capital budget approval means millions for North County | Grand opening of new W.F. West STEM wing celebrated | Local artist uses craft to bring people together >>

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