SCC aviation school trains new age of aircraft technicians | All Head Start modulars have arrived; construction completion date remains unknown | The Biden-Xi meeting left one big question unanswered, says analyst | CBC hosts clinics ahead of January vaccine requirement on campus | High winds, heavy rain damages waterfront along South Sound | Bellevue College launches new AI-focused bachelor's degree | College program serves those who've served >>
Navy contract reignites shipbuilding at port | Wenatchee Valley College to host annual catapult contest for students | Clark College Foundation head Lisa Gibert to step down | Microsoft launches community college campaign to address cybersecurity workforce shortage | Gary Locke keynotes anti-hate summit | First-generation college students celebrated at YVC next month | Community invited to help find new Peninsula College president | Weekly Wisdom | Everett Community College President Daria Willis | Community Colleges of Spokane breaking the stigma: How one SFCC employee is making sure students never go hungry >>
Commentary: Front Porch: English 101 teacher’s critique was life-changing | City of Puyallup celebrates Pierce during College Appreciation Week | C-Tran breaks ground on Vancouver’s second bus rapid transit line | Two Seattleites, an infectious disease scientist and a poet, win MacArthur ‘genius grants’ | Tacoma-Pierce County Health Dept. says 27% of new COVID cases are ages 20 and under | New higher education center, The Hub, opens in Federal Way >>
GHC Graduation honors college and Running Start graduates | To fix inequities, community colleges should quit requiring remedial classes, South King County report says | Neighbors rally to save native oak trees threatened by Lakewood warehouse proposal | Jim Lowery receives honorary bachelor's degree from Centralia College | CPTC to host drive-through commencement for Class of 2021 graduates on June 22 | Peninsula College graduation held Saturday | Seattle Central College celebrates students with in-person graduation | WWCC announces COVID-19 vaccination policy | Shoreline Community College Dental Clinic relocates to University of Washington Health Sciences Center - but low cost services are still available for local residents | Graduation: Congratulations, South Seattle College Class of 2021! | Lower Columbia College passes $27M operating budget for 2022 | Auburn student soars toward aviation career | Doug Baldwin Jr. to speak at BC commencement | 3 Vancouver sisters to graduate together from Clark College | Edmonds College has drive-thru commencement celebration >>
Lynnwood mural celebrates the Earth and those who care for it | While you’re in: Celebrate ‘Vaccination Day,’ see a fresh ‘Romeo,’ get some laughs | BMX season begins Thursday with rebuilt track | Wenatchee Valley College presenting two authors in annual Earth Day celebration | New South Kitsap COVID-19 vaccination site opening this week, OC offers weekend clinic | Sharp receives academic honors | Let Clover Park Technical College do the cooking on May 14 | Snohomish County reacts: 'Justice served' by guilty verdict | These BTC students’ efforts ‘will have a cascading effect on future generations’ of salmon | Meet the Washington students writing about education equity for Education Lab’s Student Voices project >>
Editorial: Our view: Capital budget exemplifies investment in state | Cancer patients nationwide send their blood cells to Bothell | CPTC Medical Histology students make a difference in Farrells Marsh Park | Commentary: Equity at Edmonds College | CHAS opens new vaccination site at Spokane Community College | Contributor close-up: Nathan Blackwell | Here’s how to get one of 900 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine at Whatcom clinic | A new state park, affordable housing, and more for Pierce County in capital budget >>
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