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The pressbox at the Clark College softball complex on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019.

Clark cancels cross country seasons, fall sports training for remaining sports

The pressbox at the Clark College softball complex on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019.

July 28, 2020, 12:28pm College

One of the sports the Northwest Athletic Conference cleared for competition this fall won’t happen at Clark College.  The school announced it is forgoing men’s and women’s cross country for 2020, citing continuing increases in COVID-19 cases in and around Clark County, and the impact of… Read story

U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the civil rights icon, was a surprise special guest at the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at Clark College. Here he greets youths with the local League of United Latin American Citizens.

John Lewis visit to Vancouver in 2014 surprised prayer breakfast audience

U.S. Rep. John Lewis, the civil rights icon, was a surprise special guest at the 2014 Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at Clark College. Here he greets youths with the local League of United Latin American Citizens.

July 26, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

The purity in John Lewis’ heart and the kindness in his eyes inspire Deena Pierott to work for racial justice and educational equity every day, she said. Read story

Clark College President Karin Edwards began her new role in June after six years as president of the Cascade Campus of Portland Community College, and decades working in higher education before that.

In a word, new Clark College president ‘committed’

Clark College President Karin Edwards began her new role in June after six years as president of the Cascade Campus of Portland Community College, and decades working in higher education before that.

July 11, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark College’s new president, Karin Edwards, knows the power of education’s role as “the great equalizer.” Read story

Clark College middle hitter Olivia White, a Skyview High grad, runs through drills during practice Monday at O’Connell Sports Center. The Penguins are preparing for the NWAC Championship tournament that begins Thursday at Tacoma.

NWAC announces most sports will not begin competition until February or March

Clark College middle hitter Olivia White, a Skyview High grad, runs through drills during practice Monday at O’Connell Sports Center. The Penguins are preparing for the NWAC Championship tournament that begins Thursday at Tacoma.

July 9, 2020, 3:53pm College

The Northwest Athletic Conference, which includes Clark College and Lower Columbia College, announced it will delay the start of most sports until January or February to keep athletes safe amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the conference announced Thursday. Read story

Sally Tomlinson, 67, art history professor at Clark College, is pictured at her home in Vancouver as a vintage poster from legendary band, The Doors, top left, is seen overhead. Tomlinson, who resides in Vancouver, has written essays on rock posters. "I see it as my job to make people comfortable with art," she said.

Working in Clark County: Dr. Sally Tomlinson, art history professor at Clark College

Sally Tomlinson, 67, art history professor at Clark College, is pictured at her home in Vancouver as a vintage poster from legendary band, The Doors, top left, is seen overhead. Tomlinson, who resides in Vancouver, has written essays on rock posters. "I see it as my job to make people comfortable with art," she said.

June 27, 2020, 5:09am Business

Sally Tomlinson had always taught a hybrid of online and in-person art history classes at Clark College. Read story

Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins, clockwise from left, joined Shareefah Hoover and Tracy Kelly for a Q&A session as part of NAACP Vancouver’s virtual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday.

NAACP Vancouver celebrates virtual Juneteenth

Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins, clockwise from left, joined Shareefah Hoover and Tracy Kelly for a Q&A session as part of NAACP Vancouver’s virtual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday.

June 20, 2020, 4:53pm Clark County News

The Vancouver NAACP held its annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday morning, centered around a Q&A session with Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins. The virtual event drew more than 275 attendees, according to the organizers. Read story

Kaitlyn Bruneau of Vancouver and other demonstrators gather to greet motorists outside Clark College on Wednesday afternoon.

Protesters at Clark College target systemic racism in education

Kaitlyn Bruneau of Vancouver and other demonstrators gather to greet motorists outside Clark College on Wednesday afternoon.

June 17, 2020, 6:27pm Clark County News

Music pounded through a speaker on Fort Vancouver Way on Wednesday, as about 20 demonstrators gathered in front of Clark College to support Black lives and the dismantling of systemic racism in the country's education system. Read story

Clark College in Vancouver.

Clark College announces $5.5 million in budget cuts

Clark College in Vancouver.

May 15, 2020, 5:03pm Clark County News

Clark College announced $5.5 million in budget cuts, slashing dozens of positions after enrollment fell by nearly 31 percent from last year during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Read story

Evan Siegel, a Clark College pitcher, is pictured at Fort Vancouver High School in Vancouver on April 22, 2020.

Another door opens for Clark College pitcher Evan Siegel

Evan Siegel, a Clark College pitcher, is pictured at Fort Vancouver High School in Vancouver on April 22, 2020.

May 1, 2020, 6:36pm Clark County Sports

Evan Siegel, a Clark College pitcher and former Fort Vancouver High baseball standout, is a believer everything happens for a reason. Read story

Clark College student Alex Belza, 16, works in an empty computer lab at Scarpelli Hall that allowed extra space for social distancing on Monday morning. Clark College announced on Friday it would extend distance learning through the fall quarter.

Clark College: Summer, fall quarters will be online

Clark College student Alex Belza, 16, works in an empty computer lab at Scarpelli Hall that allowed extra space for social distancing on Monday morning. Clark College announced on Friday it would extend distance learning through the fall quarter.

April 24, 2020, 4:32pm Clark County News

Clark College will continue online learning through the fall 2020 quarter, it announced Friday. Read story