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The Kitsap Sun
Computer science demand forces state's colleges to ramp upand increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out o
Computer science demand forces state's colleges to ramp up
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 11 hours ago
and increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out of courses, officials there said. Even The Evergreen State College, which doesn't offer majors in specific fields, has seen an uptick in demand for its computer-science... Read more
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Island Packet
Computer science demand forces state's colleges to ramp upand increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out o
Computer science demand forces state's colleges to ramp up
Island Packet / Posted 11 hours ago
and increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out of courses, officials there said. Even The Evergreen State College, which doesn't offer majors in specific fields, has seen an uptick in demand for its computer-science... Read more
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Crosscut
Tracy Rector wants you to know exactly where you standI started working in an apothecary and reading tarot cards to put myself throug
Tracy Rector wants you to know exactly where you stand
Crosscut / Posted 3 days ago
I started working in an apothecary and reading tarot cards to put myself through college. When I finally made it to the Evergreen State College, that’s when I found my true north: indigenous film and youth media. Over the past three years I’ve... Read more
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The Seattle Times
With surge in computer-science majors, state colleges struggle to keep paceand increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out o
With surge in computer-science majors, state colleges struggle to keep pace
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 days ago
and increase class size, among other measures, to avoid freezing students out of courses, officials there said. Even The Evergreen State College, which doesn’t offer majors in specific fields, has seen an uptick in demand for its computer-science... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
WWU adopts 'real food' goal for dining hallswith commitments to shift from 20 percent to 40 percent of their food budgets.
WWU adopts 'real food' goal for dining halls
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 7 days ago
with commitments to shift from 20 percent to 40 percent of their food budgets. Other Washington schools on the list are The Evergreen State College (28 percent) and Gonzaga University (25 percent). At Western, Aramark, the university's food-service... Read more
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Deseret News
Q&A: How home roles for men and women have changed over timethe history of marriage and family, author of several books and a semi-retired
Q&A: How home roles for men and women have changed over time
Deseret News / Posted 11 days ago
the history of marriage and family, author of several books and a semi-retired professor of history and family studies at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. She is also the director of research and public education for the Council on... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Movers & Shakersa master’s degree in creative writing from Naropa University in Boulder, Colora
Movers & Shakers
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 22 days ago
a master’s degree in creative writing from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. He also has a bachelor’s degree from The Evergreen State College in Olympia. Michelle Bart, president and co-founder of the Vancouver-based National Women’s... Read more
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J Weekly
Small S.F. publisher nurtures Jewish sci-fi traditionwhen he founded The Thirteenth Moon literary magazine. He continued publishing
Small S.F. publisher nurtures Jewish sci-fi tradition
J Weekly / Posted 29 days ago
when he founded The Thirteenth Moon literary magazine. He continued publishing the magazine while studying journalism at Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. His education included an internship at Sonics Fast Break magazine, produced... Read more
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NJ.com
Jersey City educator named N.J. charter school teacher of the yearwith morbidly obese children on the reality show "Too Fat for 15." Taylor earn
Jersey City educator named N.J. charter school teacher of the year
NJ.com / Posted 30 days ago
with morbidly obese children on the reality show "Too Fat for 15." Taylor earned a liberal arts and bachelor's degree from Evergreen State College and a master's degree in sports studies from High Point University. After being asked to be a... Read more

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