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News Links | July 7, 2020

July 07, 2020

International students can’t stay here if their college goes all-online, ICE says | What does freedom mean to you? | Peninsula College student gets journalism award | Herald welcomes new local columnist to its Opinion page | Quarantine aside, Walla Walla Community College Zooms theater courses | Does a mask-wearing mandate violate citizens' constitutional rights? Inslee answers | Big Bend & Grant PUD pair up for children’s virtual STEAM camp | Kodama’s job saved | Centralia College to furlough employees for four days this month in preparation for budget cuts | Portfolio show from Visual Communications Technology Club is online | Walla Walla Community College offers new degree program in fall | Transitions: U. of North Carolina System Names New President; U. of Alaska President Steps Down | Bates Technical College’s Commercial Truck Driving program instructor Bob Gunter recognized with prestigious award >>

News Links | June 25, 2020

June 25, 2020

Leveling the playing field | Wells Hall 'mountain' goes to ground | Students seek more advising, transfer help and tutoring | Centralia College East to offer CNA course this summer | Class of 2020 crosses the finish line | Washington colleges will open with strict COVID-19 safeguards | Inslee: What Washington universities, colleges must do to open in person for fall quarter | GHC President Minkler announces retirement | Washington's community and technical colleges brace for big budget cuts | WVC offers voluntary furloughs to help with state revenue shortfall | State Board set to vote on 2020-21 budget, 2021-23 capital budget request | TCC Humanities Department receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant | WVC Foundation receives grant to address student and youth homelessness | New alma mater debuted at SPSCC commencement | Shoreline Community College virtual graduation ceremony Saturday 10 a.m. >>

News Links | June 11, 2020

June 11, 2020

VP of Instruction Mabel Edmonds retires from CPTC | Family Center remains at full capacity, keeps helping during pandemic | Rosa Rajadel reads "Bridge" by Arthur Sze | Expect hybrid classes at colleges and universities this fall | Colfax grad earns diploma, associate degree | Congratulations to SPSCC class of 2020 | Graduation and college rates trend up at Walla Walla Public Schools | Leadership transitions during a crisis | GHC planning for mix of online, in-person classes in fall quarter | Columbia Basin College hosts Second Harvest food distribution | Two SCC students nominated to All-Washington Academic Team | Opinion: Higher education leaders work together to create a more equitable community | Stacking the deck: Community and technical colleges create unique pathway to help child care providers meet new educational requirements >>

News Links | June 4, 2020

June 04, 2020

A Grays Harbor College program moves all-online in the fall | Peninsula College international student earns journalism award | Helping students in need through COVID-19 | Graduating nurses ready to help fight COVID-19 locally | Centralia College Foundation creates emergency scholarship fund for when CARES Act student money runs out | Peninsula College names 2020-2021 ASC officers, council members | Seattle Central College president: 'Anger has a lot of information in it' | From homeless to advocate: How a Centralia woman turned her life around | Seattle mayor, police face questions over response to George Floyd protests, downtown turmoil | Upgrade your education or career – online – at Shoreline Community College >>

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