Friday, April 2, 2010

NEWS LINKS | April 2, 2010

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




Big Bend CC president addresses 'State of the College'

Columbia Basin Herald, April 1, 2010


Common-sense strategy separates [Lower Columbia College] debate ace

The Daily News, April 1, 2010


Painting equals knowledge: Maywood Hills Elementary students dabble in art, history with mural project

… mural grew out of a Challenge Week event at Cascadia [Community College]’s Service Learning Center.
Bothell Reporter, April 1, 2010


Seattle Central floats idea for $40M health center

Seattle Central Community College wants to build a new $40 million regional health education center near its main campus in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.  

Puget Sound Business Journal, April 2, 2010


Opinion: Student loan ‘takeover’ should help college access.

… Those at community and technical colleges will see 7 percent bumps.

Spokesman Review, April 2, 2010





Fooling with fonts

… the font that your employees, students and faculty use to print out their text documents can significantly affect the amount of printer ink/toner required.

Inside Higher Ed, April 2, 2010


What if NCAA brackets were based on best in class, not on court?

USA Today, March 15, 2010





Editorial | Time for Legislature to wrap up the special session

Seattle Times, April 1, 2010


Combined Fund Drive move is reasonable

The Olympian, April 2, 2010





Student Newspapers Play the Fools, and Readers Play Along

Chronicle of Higher Education, April 1, 2010


Rich Guy Feeling Left Out Of Recession

The Onion, April 1, 2010,17181/


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