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News Links | June 4, 2019

June 04, 2019

Peninsula College hires new vice president of finance and administration | ‘Gigantic expansion’ of Washington’s State Need Grant means free college for poorest students | Clark College trustee Royce Pollard resigns | WWCC kicks off rec center construction with ceremony | Grays Harbor College evaluation results mostly positive; Shows financial concerns | Opinion: A legislative session that invested in Olympic College | Walla Walla Community College to adopt 4-day class schedule in September | Award-winning faculty lead this year's Chuckanut Writers Conference | Shoreline CC Automotive student headed for national skills competition >>

News Links | May 23, 2019

May 23, 2019

SPSCC's 'Fun Home' makes a big impression on local theater lovers | Wenatchee Valley College hosts fountain fishing derby | Edmonds CC Memorial Day ceremony honors fallen service members | Meet Marissa Baltadonis, Pierce College All-Washington Academic Team member | Suicide prevention grant funds projects at Grays Harbor College | Local Head Start preschool to convert three classrooms to full-day programs | Shorecrest students win awards at Annual Student BioExpo | Downtown Partnership to change up Spokane Falls Boulevard raised beds | Everett Rotary’s gift to scholars: nearly a quarter-million | SPSCC student brings community together for traditional cedar gathering ceremony | Helium shortage forces local party store to raise prices, travel hours away | Firm to help Clark College find next president | NCWLIFE evening news: May 21, 2019 >>

News Links | May 14, 2019

May 14, 2019

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom names new president | What happens when the science of trauma and building resilience go to prison? | Commentary: Taking next step after prison for single mothers | Peninsula College names new longhouse director | Notes from a fledgling birder | Seattle International Film Festival returns to Shoreline for fourth year | Food & drink: A field study in foraging for mushrooms | Graduation rates up in Walla Walla | Art reception slated for Tuesday at Peninsula College Port Townsend campus | Human Services alumni award winner finds joy assisting local students | New union building at GHC misses cut on state funding | What happens when wind turbines get too old? | Architectural Engineering Design instructor receives honor | The Jets and the Sharks rumble at Centralia College | Local artist to teach pastel course at GHC | BBCC signs agreements with Korean schools | Going from grapes to glass >>

News Links | April 18, 2019

April 18, 2019

Local programs to help gain GED | Photo: Peninsula College staff members protest underfunding | Edmonds CC Gala raises $355,000 for scholarships; spotlights alumni and students | Washington’s ‘forgotten’ community colleges call for more funding from the state | They want to lead EvCC and will be here soon to tell you why | Green River College partners with United Way of King County to expand student emergency fund >>

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