Recent News, Publications and Updates

Jun 12th, 2014   SPSCC Hosts 2014 Commencement

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More than 2,000 degrees, certificates and diplomas will be awarded, as South Puget Sound Community College holds it 2014 commencement ceremony June 20, 2014, at 6 p.m. on the grounds of the campus' soccer field. That all adds up to the largest graduating cohort in the history of the college. 

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May 2nd, 2014   The Exonerated, Stories of Wrongly Convicted Death Row Inmates

For years, six people sat on death row, wrongly convicted of heinous crimes like rape and murder. But DNA, confessions, and other evidence would prove they were innocent. Now, their voices are shared as the South Puget Sound Community College Drama Program presents The Exonerated, beginning May 22.

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May 2nd, 2014   Students Put Talents on Display at The Gallery

South Puget Sound Community College art students are putting their talents on display as the 9th Annual Student Art Exhibition returns to The Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts. The exhibition begins May 12 and runs through June 13.

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Apr 3rd, 2014   One Medium, Many Interpretations: The Meaning of Wood

Perhaps no single substance, save for water, has had the vital impact on humanity that wood has. From the very trees that provide this resource, to myriad man-made uses, we interact with wood on some level every day of our lives. Now, a range of artists interprets the significance of one of nature’s most abundant organic materials in The Meaning of Wood, this spring at The Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts. 

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Mar 21st, 2014   Colleges, Universities Join Forces for Nursing Advancement

OLYMPIA -- In a move to boost the number of nurses with bachelor’s degrees in Washington, the community and technical college system and four-year universities have struck a landmark agreement to create a shorter, smoother process for students to achieve the degree. A new statewide Associate in Nursing transfer agreement standardizes the way credits are awarded and accepted between and among Washington’s community and technical colleges and four-year universities.

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