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Repairs to upper floor patios set to begin next week

A five-week repair project on a portion of the Broadway Edison (BE) building facing Broadway Avenue will begin on Monday, May 22. The fourth and fifth floor patio areas will be inaccessible to staff and…

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Employees recognized at service award ceremony

Seattle Central employees gathered last week to celebrate the service of their fellow colleagues during the annual Employee Service Awards Ceremony. In all, 150 faculty and staff members received recognition for their service, awarded in…

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50th Anniversary gala raises record amount to keep education within reach

More than 450 people attended Seattle Central College’s 50th Anniversary Believe Gala last week, which raised a record-breaking $393,000 to support the college and its students. The event featured work by students from multiple programs….

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Seattle Central to host Moroccan disability advocate

Founder of organization that helps the disabled in Morocco will learn from Seattle Central’s Mainstay program as part of unique exchange. Employment Specialist Anja Post from Seattle Central’s Mainstay program, which helps connect people with…

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Two Graphic Design students advance to national advertising competition

Wynn Adele and Liz McCarty will represent Seattle Central at nationals in June. Wynn Adele and Liz McCarty, two of the six students who won silver and gold American Advertising awards, or ADDYs, will move…

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Experience at Seattle Central leads to SU scholarship for student

Former student D.D. Meakin, now studying at Seattle University, dreams of earning a doctorate and helping disadvantaged students succeed in college. From parenting a child at a young age to running a coffee shop, D.D….

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