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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 2, 2021

March 02, 2021

Skagit Valley College graduate receives honor | Kris Johnson | New web portal helps equip young people for a post-pandemic future | Edmonds College receives First-gen Forward designation, national honor for commitment to first-generation student success | Peninsula College exhibit, lecture focuses on Manzanar | Spokane, North Idaho community colleges contend with plunging enrollment during COVID-19 pandemic | Edmonds College Foundation to hold annual fundraising gala virtually April 21-24 | What are your local Federal Way leaders reading? | Exciting construction projects underway at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | “Good Things Come in Small Packages” at March 19 One Minute Film Festival | Clark College students get free C-Tran passes | UW professor uses hairstyles, beauty to discuss race, gender bias | Up to 5,000 people a week could get COVID-19 vaccine at this Bellingham site starting in March >>

News Links | December 22, 2020

December 22, 2020

Wenatchee Valley College & Big Bend Community College awarded CARES funds | CBC beating national average in enrollment during pandemic | College recognizes Edmonds artist d'Elaine Johnson | Now adapted to COVID-19 protocols, Community Colleges of Spokane prep for winter quarter | Family Fun: Winter solstice aligns with planetary conjunction | Construction workers can now earn Central Washington University degree at Renton Technical College | Curbside Food Pantry pickup events at Pierce College offer students supplies to help this winter | With successful COVID-19 safety measures Columbia Basin College adds more residents to Sunhawk Hall | Boeing robot arm donation helps Shoreline manufacturing students get job-ready >>

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! >>

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