Friday, October 23, 2009

NEWS LINKS | Oct. 23, 2009

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




I-1033 Would Devastate Centralia College / Guest Editorial by College Trustees

The Chronicle Online, October 22, 2009


Olympic College Seeks Accreditation to Expand Four-Year Degree Programs

Kitsap Sun, October 22, 2009


Publication looks at CBC’s diversity

A publication focusing on the diversity of Columbia Basin College put out its fourth issue Monday.  The purpose of the semi-annual Outlook Magazine is to inform students, faculty and staff about the various diversity programs and grants CBC offers…

Tri-City Herald, October 20, 2009

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Big Bend receives technology grant

Columbia Basin Herald, October 22, 2009


Work Begins Soon on New Child-Care Center at OC

Kitsap Sun, October 22, 2009


Highline the most diverse community college in the state?

Northwest Asian Weekly, October 22, 2009


No down time for ex-councilor [Edmonds CC Trustee Mauri] Moore

The Edmonds Beacon, October 22, 2009


 Accountants just wanna have fun

…  fourth Annual CPA Battle of Bands at Highline Community College, to raise money for the EWU and Highline accounting programs.

Auburn Reporter, October 21, 2009


Green River boasts cricket program

Auburn Reporter, October 21, 2009





Legislators Expect to Spend 60-Day Session Fighting for Programs

Kitsap Sun, October 22, 2009


VIEWPOINT: State system exploits part-time professors

The News Tribune, October 23, 2009


Eyman to discuss I-1033 Monday at Edmonds CC

The Herald, October 23, 2009





Nation's Morons March On Washington State

… protestors paused bewilderedly when they failed to see the Reflecting Pool at the intersection of Union and Plum [*the intersection near SBCTC!]

The Onion, October 21, 2009


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