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Director of Public Safety named to Mayor Murray’s LGBT task force

Director of Public Safety Elman McClain was asked to serve on a task force formed by Mayor Ed Murray earlier this month. The task force will address the recent rise in hate crimes against LGBT…

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Committee working to restore historic campus fountain reaches fundraising goal

The committee working to restore George Tsutakawa’s  historic sculpture, “Fountain,” has reached their fundraising goal.  After over two years of fundraising efforts, the committee announced in February that they had nearly raised the $40,000 required to fulfill…

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Foundation accepting applications for new scholarship honoring Bruce Lee

The Seattle Central Foundation is now taking applications for a new scholarship available to Seattle Central students through the Bruce Lee Foundation (BLF), a non-profit dedicated to sharing Bruce Lee’s insights with the world. The scholarship honors his time…

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VetCorps navigator seeks to bridge gaps for student veterans

Every day, hundreds of veterans attend classes at Seattle Central, bringing with them a variety of powerful experiences from their military service. For many, navigating the hallways of a college can be a disorienting adjustment….

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Seattle Vocational Institute launches new website

Seattle Vocational Institute has launched a new website that was designed by Seattle Central’s Web Team, with content and input from the SVI Public Information Office and the SVI Marketing Committee. The result of this effort…

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Nursing students host health promotion fair

Nursing students earned valuable experience distributing health information with their peers earlier this month at a Health Promotion Fair they hosted on campus. Each of the seven cohorts of second-year nursing students were required to…

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