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Dear College Employees,

Posted on: September 8th, 2017 at 16:00:21

New Waste Stations in the Grove

Seattle Public Utilities

The Grove now has consistent waste stations with standard bins for Compost, Recycle and Garbage. Help the college reduce its carbon footprint and "Keep our Campus Clean and Green."

If you have any suggestions for how we can continue to improve this system, visit the Sustainability Office in CC1453A or give us a call at (206) 634-6127.

Posted on: January 13th, 2016 at 10:43:17

Inspiring Story of Student Perseverance in the Face of Challenge

Pyriel Infinity

North Seattle College student Pyriel Infinity was selected by the college to be nominated for the Transforming Lives Award. Each college in the state of Washington is asked to nominate one student for consideration for this statewide award. Pyriel's story and her perseverance in the face of many challenges are inspiring. Here is the essay she submitted to the committee for their consideration.

Posted on: December 23rd, 2015 at 15:27:17

North Selects John and Suanne Roueche Faculty Award Recipients

image of Anne Forester, instructor in the Intensive English Program, and Alexand

Anne Forester and Alexandra Abeyta

President Warren Brown, Ed.D., and vice president for Instruction Kristen Jones, Ed.D., recently named the 2016 recipients of the League for Innovation John and Suanne Roueche Faculty Excellence Awards. Honored faculty members are Anne Forester, instructor in the Intensive English Program (IEP), and Alexandra Abeyta, instructor in Adult Basic Education (ABE).

Posted on: January 14th, 2016 at 14:34:05

Diversity and Safety on Campus - Message from President Brown

A Message from President Warren Brown
December 9, 2015

Dear Campus,

We learned with heavy hearts this week that a Seattle Central College student, Hamza Warsame, passed away tragically over the weekend. Our thoughts and prayers are with Hamza's family and friends, as well as with the students and instructors at our sister college who knew and loved Hamza.

Posted on: December 11th, 2015 at 13:37:48

North Seattle College Goes Tobacco-free Starting Fall Quarter

The North Seattle College campus became tobacco and smoke-free beginning September 28, 2015, the first day of Fall Quarter.

Discussions over whether the college should become a smoke-free campus have occurred since at least 1997. The college decided to go smokeless after significant study of the issue and recommendations by various committees, as well as passionate debate between those who feel smoking is a personal freedom issue versus those who feel smoking is a community health issue.

Posted on: October 7th, 2015 at 15:20:59

Art Faculty Exhibition Opens 9/24 at NSC Art Gallery

North Seattle College Press Release |September 10, 2015

Contact: Melissa Mixon | Director/Public Relations and Marketing | (206) 934-7791 | melissa.mixon@seattlecolleges.edu

Extracurricular—NSC Art Faculty Exhibition opens September 24 at the gallery on the North Seattle College campus.

Posted on: September 10th, 2015 at 12:54:55

Interview with Food Services Director Michael Lilliston

Food Services Director Michael Lilliston first joined North Seattle College as a student in 1990. Almost 20 years and two Bachelor of Arts degrees later, Lilliston now works full-time to help feed students, employees and visitors to the campus. The vegetarian and former IT employee sat down with North's marketing team to share what he loves about his work since he took over in 2013.

Thanks for speaking with us Michael. What are your responsibilities as Food Services Director?

Posted on: August 14th, 2015 at 16:26:54

Navy Veteran Finding Success at North

North Seattle College student Eric Tysinger is a Navy vet attending North on the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill. He sat down for a Q&A to share about himself, his new position in Student Leadership and his future plans.

Hi Eric, thanks agreeing to this interview. We know you’re staying busy with classes. What are you taking this summer?

I’m taking Intensive Spanish and Public Speaking with a new teacher, Scott Ku and he’s pretty swell.

How are they all going?

Posted on: August 14th, 2015 at 16:14:46

Grant Creates Pathways to Nursing Careers for Underrepresented Students

Raymond Masudi Kitanga was a physician in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Raymond Masudi Kitanga was a physician in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Raymond Masudi Kitanga was driving in his native Democratic Republic of the Congo when he was stopped by rebels and robbed.

The physician gave them all his money, but it wasn’t enough. They threatened to kill him if he didn’t give more, so he removed his shoes and watch.

It was 1999, and the third time his life had been threatened since Civil War erupted in the country.

“I started thinking then that if I keep staying around, maybe the fourth time will be the last time,” Masudi Kitanga said. “I had to leave.” 

Posted on: August 20th, 2015 at 15:09:51

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