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Remco Zwetsloot, 22, AA at Green River (2009-2011) BA in International Relations at University College Roosevelt (2011-2014), MPhil in International Relations at University of Oxford (2014-2016).

Green River grad attending Oxford

I was accepted to a prestigious graduate degree at Oxford, something I wouldn’t have dreamed of had it not been for the ambition I acquired while studying at Green River. - Remco Zwetsloot

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Indira Pranabudi

Green River grad attending Brown, writing for U.S. News & World Report

Indira Pranabudi has come a long way since she first came from Indonesia to Green River in the winter of 2012 as a High School Completion student.

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Kathryn Champion is an honorably discharged Iraqi War veteran and Bronze Star recipient.

Green River ‘Goes to the Dogs’ Aug. 7

Green River Community College will be hosting the 'Service for Service: Washington Goes to the Dogs' conference on Aug. 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in Lindbloom Student Center.

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The Institute offers professional, low-cost mediation and peacebuilding initiatives that improve relationships and quality of life.

Green River trains college, community members in basic mediation skills

The Green River Community Mediation & Peacebuilding Institute is proud to announce that it has trained approximately 30 college and community members in basic mediation skills since it was officially established in September 2013.

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Workforce Education administers programs that provide free or reduced tuition to students who qualify.

Student success profile: Misty Beardsley

Utilizing funding with help from Workforce Education, Misty Beardsley received free tuition during her first quarter at Green River.

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The cast of Once on this Island rehearses for its Aug. 1 opening night performance.

Heavier Than Air presents 'Once on this Island'

'Once' tells the story of island peasants, fickle gods, and how the power of love creates hope.

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SUSI students start their study tour in Washington, D.C. before they arrive in Washington state.

Student Leaders from Central Asia Studying at Green River Community College

This summer, 19 female university students from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan are participating in the Women’s Leadership Institute at Green River.

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"Take me to your leader": Hundreds of foam gators like this one will be distributed around the area this summer.

Gator invasion coming this summer

This summer, hundreds of Green River foam gators will be fanning out across the landscape in support of the college's Wildly Important Goal of registering 324 new FTEs.

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Disability Support Services

Special recognition from Disability Support Services

Disability Support Services presented special awards to Green River faculty, staff and departments.

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PRIME TIME adult learners relax in the garden.

Green River’s PRIME TIME program visits Enumclaw’s Anderson Gardens

PRIME TIME students toured four acres of lush gardens while learning about the rich history of the property.

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Watch the Espial release party poetry reading!

Espial: Taking notice of something; a discovery

Espial is an accumulation of Green River creative culture in the form of an award-winning literary and art journal.

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Blake Collins and Kenicia McClellan with Director of Athletics Bob Kickner on Friday night at the ASGRCC Student Life Awards Banquet after being selected for their respective awards.

Green River celebrates Athlete of the Year selections

Congratulations to Blake Collins and Kenicia McClellan, 2014’s Green River Community College Male and Female Student Athletes of the Year.

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The Frog Prince premiers on the main campus of Green River Community College at 7 p.m. Friday, June 13.

Heavier Than Air Theatre presents The Frog Prince

In this musical adaptation of the classic fairytale by the Brothers Grimm, a young prince enlists the help of fellow frogs and a cursed princess to reverse an unfortunate spell cast by an evil witch.

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Students lined up in a finals-induced frenzy to destroy a hapless car with a five-pound sledgehammer.

KGRG FM’s 25th Anniversary pledge drive ends with a bash

Students lined up in a finals-induced frenzy to destroy a hapless car with a five-pound sledgehammer.

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Click above to watch the 2014 NWAACC Track and Field Championships Men's 200 Final!

Gator Sports roundup

Green River student athletes earned recognition with strong performances during the 2014 spring season.

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Brian Lemke

Student artist of the month: Brian Lemke

Every day is a challenge to make myself better and learn more. I hope by doing this my art will reflect my growth as a person and the appreciation I have developed for the world we live in.

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The new Auburn Center is to be built on 3.7 acres in north Auburn.

Green River set to build new Auburn campus

The new Auburn Center will provide much needed space, technology and hands-on training opportunities for Green River students.

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Janet Ash

Engineering instructor Janet Ash recognized for third time as UW “Inspirational Teacher”

Janet Ash, engineering instructor, has been honored for the third time by the University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering department as an “inspirational teacher.”

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The Current, Green River’s student newspaper, won five first-place awards in April and was again named one of the best community college papers in Washington.

Washington Community College Journalism Association awards The Current five first-place awards

The Current has once again been named one of the best community college papers in Washington.

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The Green River Engineers (left to right): Matthew Todd, Jordan Fisher, Vinh Vien, Nathanial Tesfaye, Donald Moore and Timothy Moore.

Green River engineering team wins first place--twice

The students won first place for both their autonomous robot car design and in the Rapid Design competition.

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