Tuesday, May 26, 2009

NEWS LINKS | May 26, 2009

SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




A birthday for the history books / The cake takes the cake as community celebrates its museum

The Columbian, May 25, 2009 (Clark College culinary arts)



Prosser senior growing up in the fast lane/ Gina Villegas had to learn how to be an adult long before classmates

Villegas lost her mother and older brother to a car accident when she was only 7.

Yakima Herald, May 24, 2009 (Yakima Valley CC)



Rare western pond turtle found in southwest WA

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, May 24, 2009 (Clark College biology)



Co-owner of The Swiss pub dies in accident

The News Tribune, May 23, 2009 (South Seattle CC alumna)



State budget cuts add hundreds of dollars to RTC tuition; 27 layoffs planned
Renton Reporter, May 23, 2009 (Renton TC)



Small-school grads look to community college
East Oregonian – Pendleton, May 22, 2009 (Walla Walla CC, Big Bend CC)


Spanish-style Symphony

The Columbian, May 22, 2009 Clark College Orchestra



Auburn physician, healthcare advocate honored

Auburn Reporter, May 20, 2009 (Highline CC)





The Distance Ed Tipping Point

Community colleges consider: What happens when your online enrollments hit 50 percent (or some other level that changes nature of the institution)?

Inside Higher Ed, May 26, 2009




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