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News Links | November 19, 2019

November 19, 2019

Columbia Basin College celebrates new food pantry for students | Makah weavers focus of Studium Generale | Former Clark College president discriminated against women, investigation finds | Residents push back against using wetlands on TCC campus for new soccer fields | Big Bend presidential search begins | Movers and shakers 11/15/2019 | Guest commentary: Public transit: Not just driving in circles | Clark College names new vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion | Hear a highly regarded organist play a highly regarded organ | EdCC art gallery displays diversity of students | Centralia College Theatre: 'You Can't Take It with You' tackles love, family, honesty | Reveal wine auction coming next April | New afterschool program for students interested in civic engagement and community health | SPSCC’s play takes viewers inside the mind of an atypical teen to solve a mystery | TCC English instructor Latoya Reid wins Faculty Excellence Award >>

News Links | October 29, 2019

October 29, 2019

Woodland resident gives $100,000 to start LCC scholarship endowment | Photos: Costumed kids, students play at Centralia College 'Fall Fest' | Clark College microaggression training set for January | Milestone: Peninsula College marketing group earns honors | Local students awarded over $1 million in scholarships | Area college classes are (nearly) free for seniors | TCC wins Excellence in Affordable Housing award | Japanese nursing students visiting at GHC again | GHC auto tech program gets major recognition | WCC awarded cybersecurity grant | Making way for WVC’s new Wells Hall >>

News Links | October 22, 2019

October 22, 2019

A fake cadaver offers real opportunities for LCC students | All in the family: Young sisters facing medical challenges become part of college softball team's family | YVC is keeping more students informed with RAVE text alerts | Wildfire prep classes offered this fall | UPS to launch bachelor's degree program for incarcerated women | Bhangra dance event creates space for South Asian community | Coming to the Creative Retirement Institute in 2020: Jazz appreciation | Flugelhorn player Dmitri Matheny to perform | WCC offers new adult high school diploma program | BIMA's third 'Within/Earshot Jazz Festival' continues with concerts, screenings and more | Recession proofing your career | Big Bend seeking community input in search for next college president | From the studio: Tales of the American | Columbia Basin College alums gift college 3,400-lb petrified log in family's honor >>

News Links | September 5, 2019

September 05, 2019

All business, all day for Gov. Inslee in Snohomish County | Experience Scotland in 2020 through Whatcom Community College's Community & Continuing Education program | Registration now open for fall Edmonds CC classes | WWCC declares financial emergency | Columbia Basin College welcoming 1,700 new students this semester | Shawn Vestal: Union membership is growing again in Washington | RTC announces new VP of Instruction | Wenatchee Valley College's migrant assistance education program gets another five years of funding | Bulletin board: News from Tacoma and beyond: TCC and Evergreen sign LaEAP program MOU | Wells Hall construction recently went out to bid as school year nears | Spokane Falls Community College envisions new art building | Green River program addresses active lifestyle | Japanese students have Wahkiakum trip | Asotin High School gets hands-on-experience for career day | Mark Poth named as Big Bend full-time athletic director | Editorial: WWCC’s new student rec center adds more luster to school | New program allows Running Start students to stay on high school campus >>

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