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Changes come to the Paralegal Program

Changes come to the Paralegal Program

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Professor Mark Baum marks the beginning of a new chapter in the SPSCC Paralegal Program.  He plans to make changes that will enhance the skills and qualifications of students seeking an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Paralegal. Baum moved to Washington from Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1977 to attend the Gonzaga University School of Law. [...]

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Recent donation stirs up controversy over bookstore Jelly Belly machine

Recent donation stirs up controversy over bookstore Jelly Belly machine

| June 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

The SPSCC bookstore recently installed a Jelly Belly dispensary machine they received for free from their distributor, Halfon, two months ago. However, many LGBTQ organizations have taken issue with Herman Rowland Sr., the chair of the board of the Jelly Belly Company, for his support of an anti-transgender initiative in California. Rowland recently donated $5,000 [...]

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Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream comes to campus in support of initiative

Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream comes to campus in support of initiative

| May 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ben Cohen, a co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream, will be on campus Monday, May 19 from noon to 2 p.m. giving away free ice cream in support of Initiative-1329 outside the Student Union Building, Building 27. Ben Cohen and his ice cream truck are sponsored by the local political organization Olympia-Move-To-Amend. The organization [...]

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The first and only strip club in Olympia opening

The first and only strip club in Olympia opening

| February 28, 2014 | 2 Comments

The first strip club in Olympia is in the process of opening, and has been stirring up controversy all across the city. Desire Video at 3200 Pacific Avenue is  being transformed into a 21 and up adult entertainment strip club. The owner has yet to declare an opening date for the club, but the Olympia [...]

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Changes come to the Paralegal Program

Changes come to the Paralegal Program

| October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Professor Mark Baum marks the beginning of a new chapter in the SPSCC Paralegal Program.  He plans to make changes that will enhance the skills and qualifications of students seeking an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Paralegal. Baum moved to Washington from Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1977 to attend the Gonzaga University School of Law. [...]

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Recent donation stirs up controversy over bookstore Jelly Belly machine

Recent donation stirs up controversy over bookstore Jelly Belly machine

| June 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

The SPSCC bookstore recently installed a Jelly Belly dispensary machine they received for free from their distributor, Halfon, two months ago. However, many LGBTQ organizations have taken issue with Herman Rowland Sr., the chair of the board of the Jelly Belly Company, for his support of an anti-transgender initiative in California. Rowland recently donated $5,000 [...]

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Largest gradaute cohort in college history

Largest gradaute cohort in college history

| June 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

This year marks the largest cohort of graduating students in the college’s history. 1,778 graduates earned more than 2,000 degrees, certificates, and diplomas this academic year. The graduation ceremony was held on the campus’ soccer field on June 20. Vice President of Instruction Michelle Andreas, Ed.D., was the Master of Ceremonies for the graduation. Along [...]

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