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The promise of reparations to atone for historical ties to slavery is new territory in a reckoning at U.S. colleges
A problem-plagued $145 million computer system for Washington’s community colleges was inadequately designed and installed in Spokane and Tacoma schools, state auditors said in a highly critical report released Thursday.
The Northwest Athletic Conference’s East Region flexed its muscle on the 34-team junior college athletic association in March.
Colleges are becoming a battleground in the conflict between federal and state marijuana laws
One of region’s most impressive winning streaks in recent memory came to an end Friday night when North Idaho College volleyball upended Community Colleges of Spokane.
For the first time since the 2017 NWAC Tournament, Community Colleges of Spokane’s women’s volleyball team lost a match. Visiting North Idaho College outlasted the Sasquatch 23-25, 25-20, 22-25, 25-20, 15-9 on Friday, improving to 17-3 overall, 6-0 in the NWAC East. CCS fell to 22-1 and 5-1, one game behind the Cardinal in the NWAC East.
The college’s new food-recovery efforts were spearheaded by Josh Hechtman, an enterprising senior at Lewis and Clark High School.
“We are known as the transfer institution,” said Kimberlee Messina, the new president of Spokane Falls Community College. “What I think people don’t know is that we also have great associate degrees that lead directly to employment.”
As its past 52 opponents have found out, it’s tough to beat the Community Colleges of Spokane volleyball team. Some of the reasons why were evident on the Sasquatch’s recent trip to Arizona, where the team also made quite an impression during a special visit to an area school.
Local universities are embracing admission policies that are less dependent on SAT and ACT test scores. The alternative includes personal interviews and essays – along with good grades – that can underscore a student’s potential.
“The people do not give public servants the right to decide what is good and what is not good for the people to know,” the judges ruled. “Free and open examination of public records serves the public interest, even though such examination causes inconvenience or embarrassment to public officials or others.”
The most nerve-wracking pitch of Reed Harrington’s brilliant junior college career involved a Styrofoam dart and a bald head.
Burrus, 62, will retire June 30 after a 13 year-stint with the school. His longtime assistant, former CCS baseball coach Bobby Lee, will take over as interim AD.
Sarah Williams hit two home runs as North Idaho defeated Edmonds 9-1 to win its second consecutive NWAC Softball Championship on Monday at the Dwight Merkel Sports Complex.
Thousands of Washington college students are hungry. Washington State University, Eastern Washington University and the Spokane Community Colleges are are struggling with the problem, despite varied approaches to dealing with student food insecurity.
If governing is about choosing, the Legislature made hundreds of choices by what they passed, and more than a thousand by what they didn’t pass.
In seven appearances and a combined 10 innings of work, CCS pitcher Reed Harrington has stuck out 17 hitters and hasn’t given up a run.
At a political moment in the United States marked by racially divisive rhetoric, some say historically black colleges and universities are looking more attractive than ever.
The Justice Department on Tuesday charged more than 30 people – including two television stars – with being part of a long-running scheme to bribe and cheat to get their kids into big-name colleges and universities.