Student Leadership and Service Awards for Commencement
Each year at Commencement, Green River Community College recognizes outstanding leadership and service that students contribute to the GRCC community.
Study Abroad Japan: A poet’s perspective
Green River students have the opportunity to study abroad in Japan every fall quarter. Find out what it's like from a poet's perspective.
From sunny California to Victoria, B.C.: spring break, Gator-style
Students visited sunny California and Victoria B.C. in college-organized spring break trips.
Student receives scholarship to attend 2014 Conflict Resolution Education International Summit
Green River student Ana Cho has been awarded a joint Green River-George Mason University scholarship.
Green River IT debuts in cyberdefense, sinks UW, blows out competition
Green River’s IT program won third place overall in the 7th Annual Pacific Rim Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
Brand new buildings, same old trees
Since the college was founded, Green River has taken great measures to save trees and plants from being destroyed along with the old buildings.
April safety tip: lifting safety
Proper lifting technique and appropriate planning is critical to back safety and preventing lifting injuries.
Aviation shines brightly at Legislative Open House in Olympia
Green River’s Aviation Program was one of only eight chosen to present at the Legislative Open House event in Olympia.
Master college with these relevant workshops
Between April 14 and April 18, Green River Counseling Services will present workshops on subjects that most college students wish they would have known when they started.
Study Abroad Japan: A student’s perspective
Green River students have the opportunity to study abroad in Japan every fall quarter. Find out what it's like from a student's perspective.
Green River students honored as members of the All Washington Academic Team
Kevin Hartoyo and Xintong “Sara” Li were honored on Thursday, March 27 at South Puget Sound Community College as members of the All Washington Academic Team.
Green River poetry contest now accepting submissions
Students, faculty and staff poets are invited to submit their work.
April Fool's! Faulty campus ATM accidentally dispenses $10,000 to student
According to ATM maintenance specialist Jim Smith, a rare glitch in the ATM software caused the machine to empty its cash.
March safety tip: slips, trips and falls
Slips, trips and falls are the most frequent accidents leading to personal injury. They can result in head injuries, back injuries, broken bones, sprained muscles, or cuts and lacerations.
Nursing Assistant students redefine experiential learning
NA students use various props to simulate certain conditions, such as partial eyesight after a stroke, visual impairments and paralysis.
Second-annual Painting with the Stars surpasses expectations
With more than 80 people in attendance, 10 local artists demonstrated their talents in pottery, watercolor, Native American and Bauhaus wood carving, printmaking, acrylic painting and more.
Student artist of the month: Christine Tolonen
I love photography because it has given me the chance to show everyone the things I find beautiful about the world we share.
Buy or re-load your ORCA card on-campus March 31
King County Metro representatives will be on campus selling the ORCA To-Go pass March 31 from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Lindbloom Student Center.
Gator sports update: baseball, track and field, and basketball All-Stars
Baseball earns two victories, track and field debuts at PLU, Winston and Miles lead West All Stars team to victory
Student videojournalists publish work online
Fall quarter saw the first-ever class of Intro to Videojournalism here at Green River, and by all measures it was a success.