Tuesday, August 4, 2009

NEWS LINKS | Aug. 4, 2009

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




Iraq veteran enjoys taste of home

So when his father, Rudy Pea, e-mailed to ask what he could send to Gabriel, he wrote back that some homemade cookies would be nice.

He never expected to end up with about 250 dozen cookies baked by employees of Columbia Basin College in Pasco.

The News Tribune, August 4, 2009



Centralian Plans to Film Video of Armistice Day Gunfight

Working with Centralia College associate professor Suzanne Weil, he’s researching the topic and trying to determine the best locations to re-enact the low-budget feature film in front of professional cameras.

The Centralia Chronicle, August 4, 2009





College Newspapers

Why are we training students for a dying industry? My college, like so many others, has a student newspaper. It's published on newsprint, it comes out twice a semester, and it sometimes gets facts right.

Inside Higher Ed, August 4, 2009



Gov. Chris Gregoire's chief of staff plans to leave job

Seattle Times, August 3, 2009





Kulongoski, Gregoire approval ratings sink

The Oregonian blog, August 3, 2009




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