This issue features a visit from Seattle Kitchen, a welcome message from SVC President, Dr. Thomas Keegan, a feature focused on Champions of Diversity, and a feature about Skagit's unique learning environment - Plus much more...
This issue features stories of the college's transformation under the leadership of Dr. Gary Tollefson, the SVC Board of Trustees approval of initial steps toward offering the College’s first-ever Bachelor of Applied Science degree, and the college's 2010-2011 Accountability Report.
This issue features a story about the college's Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society students, Jeramy Harstad and Kathryn Hale, who were named to the All-Washington Academic Team 2011. The SVC Foundation section includes articles about benefactors, Wade and Frances Schroeder, and a million dollar year for fundraising!
This issue features a story on Legson Kayira—the 50th anniversary of his journey to
Skagit Valley College, the SVC Accountability Report to the Community, and an article about the Foundation's Marine Tech Scholarship.
This issue features a story on the new Angst Hall, Mother/Daughter Foundation Scholarship recipients and the college's 2008-2009 Accountability Report.
This issue features stories on the Hall of Fame—Honoring Service and Achievement, the Washington State Supreme Court visit to the Mount Vernon Campus, and the SVC Foundation.
This issue features stories on SVC Culinary Arts and Hedlin Farms, SVC Sustainability efforts, the college's 2008 Accountability Report, and the Foundation's Annual Report.
This issue features stories on Top Cardinal, Gary Knutzen, The Foundation in Support of the Arts, our Jalisco, Mexico partnership, Celebrating Students and much more. The issue also includes a special 30-year commermoration of the Foundation.
The Third issue features stories on former SVC President, James Ford, and former Science Instructor Jim Monroe. The issue also includes the 2006-2007 Accountability Report, and the Foundation Annual Report
This second issue includes the Sustainability Fair; 19th Annual James M. Ford Golf Classic; the Marine Maintenance Technology Program; Doris Dunn and Don Fotheringham, Whidbey Island Campus instructors; and a feature story on Jack and Micki Deierlein, long-time Foundation supporters.
Includes the 2005-2006 Annual Report, Cheng Jin: The China Connection, Campus Center: Looking Ahead, Jack Kenney: Helping the Foundation Grow.....