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U.S. Marine Band Staff Sergeant Amy McCabe is featured soloist at Shoreline Concert Band Concert

U.S. Marine Band Staff Sergeant Amy McCabe is featured soloist at Shoreline Concert Band Concert

The Shoreline Concert Band, directed by Ken Noreen, will perform ‘The Masters,’ at its final concert of the year at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, May 24 at the Shorecrest Performing Arts Center.    Guest performing groups include the University of Washington Campus Band, directed by graduate students Erin Bodnar and Nathan Rengstorf, and the Kellogg Middle School Wind Ensemble, directed by […]

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Shoreline leads state, nation with jobs program

Shoreline leads state, nation with jobs program

Shoreline Community College and 10 other community and technical colleges in Washington state are among the first in the nation to implement a new national program touted by President Obama as key to getting Americans back to work. Working together, the 11 colleges are offering a two-quarter certificate in computer-numeric controlled machining. The course is designed specifically to meet the […]

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College, private investor, working on housing

College, private investor, working on housing

Shoreline Community College and a local investor are moving ahead with plans to bring student housing to campus. Shoreline resident David X. Lee, and the college have been in discussions over the past year, according to Daryl Campbell, college Vice President for Administrative Services. Campbell presented an update on the project to the college Board of Trustees during a regularly scheduled Feb. 22, […]

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Partnership may bring student housing to Shoreline Community College

Partnership may bring student housing to Shoreline Community College

Shoreline Community College is one step closer to offering housing to students. President Lee Lambert has signed a memorandum of understanding that may result in a 400-bed student housingfacility built on or near the campus. While excited about the potential, Lambert cautioned that the agreement is just a first step with many details to be clarified. “This allows us to begin working on those […]

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Art student Janice Bellotti-Pace wins art contest

The work of Shoreline Community College art student, Janice Bellotti-Pace took first place in the third annual juried Sensory Art Contest sponsored by the Lighthouse for the Blind last month. Art submitted in the contest could be in the form of sculpture, quilts, pottery, jewelry, and other tactile arts and had to be sensory in nature so that both seeing and sight-impaired viewers […]

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SCC literary magazine, Spindrift, wins national award

SCC literary magazine, Spindrift, wins national award

Shoreline’s Literary Magazine, SPINDRIFT, has been accepting student art and literature since 1966 and has earned many awards over the years. Most recently, SPINDRIFT 2010 won FIRST place in the Community College Humanities Association’s Pacific-Western Division competition and was named a national winner in the CCHA Literary Magazine Competition. This is the second consecutive year for SPINDRIFT as the national winner, and the […]

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