‘An evolution for us’: Spokane Falls Community College hires new dean of diversity, equity and inclusion | Renowned artists Han and Mihalyo featured at MAC Gallery | Writer in Residence to speak at Peninsula College | Yakima Valley College names George Allan, of Allan Brothers Fruit, as 2022's Distinguished Alumnus | Meet TCC’s All-Washington Students for 2022 | The time is finally right to go 'Into the woods': Long-postponed musical caps Centralia College drama season | Meet South Puget Sound Community College’s 2022 All-Washington Scholars | Edmonds College Black Box Theatre hosts weekly Fiasco nights in May | 36th annual Powwow at Edmonds College | Yakima Valley College presents two student-written plays this week | Video series begins with Japanese internment | Join the SPSCC Music Department for two spring concerts >>
Four Centralia College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Edmonds College sponsoring 36th annual powwow May 5-7 | How South Seattle College is preparing students for today’s restaurant industry | Inslee tours sustainability projects at Eastern Washington University, Spokane Falls Community College | SPSCC hosts 2022 All-Washington Academic Team ceremony | The Arts Scene: Students' efforts on display at DoVA exhibit | Bellevue College launching bachelor’s degree in Cybersecurity >>
Clark College receives $1.5 million to equip new Advanced Manufacturing Center | Commentary: In celebration of the Centralia College Running Start program | Peninsula College names finalists for next president | Lower Columbia College announces Marc Silva as new board member | ‘Popular’ demand: How SFCC helped the touring ‘Wicked’ production fine-tune its shows | Letter: Students in Need has improved lives >>
‘It’s not impossible’: Yakima Valley College scholarships help ‘Dreamers’ pay for books | Reporter’s notebook: Fulbright Scholars at community colleges | Getting there: Now out of the North Spokane Corridor’s path, SCC’s clock tower is set for renovations | People in business | Local Amazon workers can attend community college for free | Centralia College continues recovering from ransomware attack >>
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