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News Links | April 9, 2019

April 09, 2019

KBCS: 46 years of promoting unrepresented voices | Opinion: How 93,000 more Washington students can thrive after high school | Quincy council donates $10,000 to BBCC | Leadership Eastside hosts panel discussing the American Dream | Born to be an artist: Meghan Flynn | College prez worries about future funding | Exhibit features the best artwork from 50 EdCC students | RLS Productions continues to donate scholarships with an eye on the future | Sexual assault advocates gather for second year of ‘Start by Believing’ campaign >>

News Links | March 14, 2019

March 14, 2019

Kimberlee Messina takes the helm at Spokane Falls Community College | Seven faculty awarded tenure at SPSCC | Milestone: NOWW group awards scholarship to PC's Acevedo | College students on front line of cyberattacks | State Supreme Court visits Centralia College this week | YVC putting first generation students first | Bellevue College becomes first higher education institution to launch Landed | Rescheduled Winter Fest features fun and a food drive >>

News Links | February 26, 2019

February 26, 2019

Skagit Valley College student honored with Transforming Lives Award | Half-price tuition? Seattle Pacific University is offering Seattle Promise students a break | Free college in Washington not likely, but many plans would help with the cost | Spokane Community College’s Black Student Union talks Black History, race and identity | LCC four-year degree expected to counter teacher shortage, boost local economy | State funding to increase mental- and behavioral-health workforce recruitment proposed | Food & drink: College cooking class applies pressure | Centralia College professor helps inmates make connection between math and music | The smallest of details matter the most in EdCC exhibit | From convict to college, Skagit man pays it forward >>

News Links | January 22, 2019

January 22, 2019

In Japan, adulthood starts at 20 — and it’s a national holiday | CPTC continues aviation partnership with Chinese university | She brought Martin Luther King’s vision to the Tri-Cities — and to the next generation | Point of view: Legislature should invest in training, education beyond high school | SPSCC will expand health programs with $1.2 million gift from Angela Bowen’s estate | Clark College President Bob Knight announces retirement | Food pantry at Shoreline Community College helping students in need | Russell Day, gifted founder of EvCC art program, dies at 106 | Big Bend enrollment increases in winter quarter | Mobile black history museum visits Centralia College | Bates Technical College student wins prestigious Transforming Lives award | WCC opens applications for cybersecurity scholarships | Sociology professor visits SCC to explore the legacy of the ‘real’ Martin Luther King Jr. | State of the College: Knight sees progress on social equity | Demand is high for land survey techs in Yakima >>

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