The AD waterfall: far more than a water feature
The water feature covers more than 1,000 feet of pipes – a complex system that combines AD roof drainage, irrigation systems, and conservation efforts.
Transforming STEM education, one class at a time
Solar cells made from blackberries? That happened. Dr. Chitra Solomonson and her class take clean energy to the next level.
Diversity Office brings campus spirit as winter sports wind down
The Homecoming Basketball Game featured a fundraising concession stand, free face painting, and free henna tattoos.
Student artist of the month: Mariah Millard
My art outside of the classroom is mainly cartoon-based, I don’t draw realistically, but I strive for good anatomy.
February safety tip: preventing back pain
Tips and pointers about adjusting your posture and work station habits to prevent work-related back pain.
Inside Green River’s Lunar New Year celebration
On-campus Lunar New Year festivities add to the cultural diversity at Green River, and many international students happily share their customs with students, faculty and staff members from other countries.
Winter transfer fair takes a fresh approach
For the first time, this quarter’s Transfer Fair also featured a Majors Fair, where students can one-stop-shop for programs and disciplines that interest them.
King County Metro faces route cuts that would affect Green River
If operational funding is not approved, Metro bus routes 164 and 181 that serve the main campus would end service at 9 p.m., an hour earlier than its present schedule.
Kent Rotary supports Green River vets, again!
The Kent Rotary Club presented a check in the amount of $5,553.78 for Green River Veterans Programs to Timm Lovitt, Director of Campus Veterans Resources at its Jan. 7 meeting.
Students find on-campus adventure
In one PE class, students work together to complete all types of challenges and team activities, from human puzzles to a cable 30 feet above ground.
NOODLETOOLS: Funny name, powerful citation tool for students
Students can learn how to properly cite sources in MLA and APA formats.
Green River Foundation’s Painting with the Stars event to benefit school art programs
The ICA will host its annual Painting with the Stars fundraising event Feb. 27.
Employers meet Green River students at Health Care Job Fair
Approximately 150 students interested in health care careers attended this year’s Health Care Job Fair, held Jan. 22.
Green River shows 12th man support
Approximately 150 devoted fans gathered in Kennelly commons to rally before the big game; more than 40 gathered at the Kent campus.
January sports update
Basketball hits midway mark and spring athletes gear up for the upcoming season
Sports update: Basketball in the Swamp
The Green River Community College men’s team’s record is 1-3, 4-9 overall and women’s team’s record is 0-4, 2-11 overall.
Dr. Deb Casey selected for national Outstanding Senior Level Professional Award
College Student Educators International Commission for Administrative Leadership recently selected Dr. Deb Casey as its 2014 Outstanding Senior Level Professional. She was selected for the award from nominations submitted nationwide.
Master college with these relevant workshops
Between Jan. 21 and Jan. 27, Green River Counseling Services will present workshops on subjects that most college students wish they would have known when they started.
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January safety tip: Ladder safety
Each year, many workers in Washington State are seriously injured from falling off ladders at work. Find out how to prevent injury.