Nevada presidents oppose oversight entity
Las Vegas Review-Journal
The presidents of all four of the community colleges in Nevada oppose a proposed measure that would decentralize power from the state board of regents to a new nine-member coordinating board appointed by the governor.

Oregon community college could get state crime lab
East Oregonian
Oregon officials are considering the campus of Blue Mountain Community College as a potential site for a new state police crime lab, which is needed because the existing facility is infected with gnats.

College expands auto tech program
Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News
The Community College of Philadelphia plans to expand its associate degree program leading to high-tech jobs for car and diesel truck mechanics.

Washington state system celebrates 50th anniversary
Seattle Times
Washington’s controversial Community College Act offered an open door to higher education for everyone, regardless of their academic background or experience.

New community college-sponsored restaurant is revolutionizing one of America’s poorest cities
With Love, a restaurant run by Onandaga Community College in Syracuse, offers a different cuisine every six months and gives refugees and immigrants a work space and start-up funding to launch food-based businesses.

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