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  • Blinn College Board of Trustees – Board Meeting – December 08, 2020
    Blinn College Board of Trustees Source: Blinn College […]
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  • Free Speech wall dedication
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  • Alexander Gallery Artist Talk | Sean Croghan
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  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Ro Khanna
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  • 2020: A Year in Review
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  • Data: The Most Valuable Resource in the World
    John List, the Kenneth C. Griffin Distinguished Service Professor in Economics, discusses the data revolution’s impact on business, the existential threat facing companies that don’t generate or analyze data, and how data, more so than oil, is the most valuable resource in the world. The […]
  • Jennifer Brink 10/30/2020
    Jennifer Brink, Director of Advising & First year Experience – Surviving or Thriving: Fostering Academic Wellness – Gordon College – Friday, Oct 23, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • How has Haverford Helped You Grow?
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  • The Blinn College Choirs perform Arirang arranged by Hyo-Won Woo
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  • Bennington Writing Seminars – Eula Biss Addresses the June 2020 Graduating Class
    Source: Bennington College […]
  • What Makes a Good College Essay Topic? | College Covered
    One of the most daunting aspects of the college application process is the college essay. Whether you have to write an open-ended personal statement, a school-specific topic or you’re answering a question from the Common Application’s essay prompts, deciding what you will write about is often the […]
  • OMIC Training Center Virtual Tour – October 2020
    The new building has been designed to support the hands-on “earn and learn” apprenticeship program, which will help fill the region’s critical shortage of skilled workers. This facility to be built in Scappoose, Oregon will house training facilities for registered apprenticeship programs in […]
  • EvCC ORCA Program’s research vessel The Phocoena
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  • MyWIT Refresh
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  • Examples of How to be Coachable
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  • What does a D1 middle infielder look like?
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  • How to Register for Classes
    Need more help? Check out our Admissions page: https://www.blinn.edu/admissions/index.html Source: Blinn College […]
  • Women of WITCC: Alejandra Flores
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  • CAN/DID: Inclusion in Practice at De Anza College: Intercultural Studies Part I | De Anza College
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  • 4 Tips for Student Loan Repayment
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  • How to be Coachable and Why it Matters to College Coaches
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  • Sharon Ketcham 10/26/2020
    Sharon Ketcham Professor of Theology and Christian Ministries – Disrupt Sanctimony, Luke 18: 9-18 – Gordon College – Monday, October 26, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Alumni Talks: Legal Professions
    Source: Gordon College […]
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    $500 a month is what Dr. Gorlitzky is paying on his federal student loans. Before Student Loan Tutor he was paying $1600 a month. Nelnet was his servicer Source: Student Loan Tutor […]
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    CCC’s faculty and staff created a series of videos sharing how they are working to help students be successful online. We are here for you! Now is the time to register! Our courses are online, so they can work with your schedule and keep you safe at home. Clackamas Community College has the […]
  • Will Coaches Hold It Against Athletes Who Did Not Hold a Season?
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  • Lola’s Transfer Story
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  • Mia Rogers Admit Video
    Source: UChicago College Admissions […]
  • California Community Colleges and Foundation for California Community Colleges First Response Fund
    Thousands of California Community College students struggled to stay in school when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. To help keep them enrolled, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation for California Community Colleges worked together to create the First Response Fund, a […]
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  • Odalis Medellin- Dreamers Scholarship
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  • Make the Most of Your Winter – Online! De Anza College Winter Quarter 2021 | De Anza College
    Enroll now and make the most of your time – online! Classes will be held online in winter quarter 2021 at De Anza College, the college that’s always Tops in Transfer – and more! deanza.edu/apply-and-register De Anza College is always • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in […]
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    Blinn College Board of Trustees Source: Blinn College […]
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  • Ascent: Who are we & what do we do?
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  • OMIC November 2020 timelapse
    Portland Community College is designing a Training Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing to train Oregon’s next generation of the workforce. And with industry need for skilled workers at an all-time high, the arrival of the Training Center – part of the Oregon Manufacturing Innovation […]
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  • Change Together – feat. Latoya Lovely and Cameron Whitten
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