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Culinary student recipes selected for Washington Potato Commission cookbook

Two culinary students recently embodied the Seattle Culinary Academy’s goal of utilizing fresh, local produce in innovative dishes by landing spots in the Washington Potato Commission Culinary Student cookbook. The commission’s annual student recipe contest…

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Student leadership launches “Green Ribbons project” in honor of Muslim students

In response to national anti-Islamic rhetoric and discrimination, Seattle Central’s Student Leadership launched an effort called “The Green Ribbon Project,” which aimed to convey a welcoming atmosphere to students of all religious, racial and ethnic…

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English instructor pushes students to thrive both in and out of the classroom

During her tenure at Seattle Central, instructor Nada Oakley has prepared students to not only transfer to prestigious universities, but to excel when they get there.  When you ask English instructor Nada Oakley about her…

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From a disadvantaged beginning to empowered counselor: A life transformed

Kimberly Brown, a proud Native American student entered the Applied Behavioral Sciences program “full of apprehension.” She left four years later with a bachelor’s degree, a sense of purpose and a full-time job. Read more….

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Apparel Design student introduces fabric recycling program

Thanks to the dedication of one student, the Apparel Design and Development program has started a new practice that will lessen its environmental impact.  The Apparel Design and Development program recently took a step toward…

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Accessibility project to improve wheelchair access on campus

A project to make the Atrium more accessible to persons with disabilities as well as improve traffic through the main hallway of the BE building will begin construction this summer. Students, employees and visitors with mobility issues…

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