Education

Law enforcement students learn courtroom procedures.

March 26, 2015
Law enforcement students learn courtroom procedures.

LUDINGTON — Cadets from the West Shore Community College Law Enforcement academy learned what it is like to be in the witness seat in a court proceeding Thursday evening. The six cadets each took turns testifying during a mock trial presided over by 79th District Judge Pete Wadel at Mason County Courthouse. They were asked questions by Mason County Prosecuting…

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Advocating for the arts.

March 24, 2015
Advocating for the arts.

VICTORY TWP. — West Shore Community College students observed Arts Advocacy Day Tuesday by creating art collaboratively on a stretched canvas. The canvas will be on display somewhere on campus in the very near future. The event was sponsored by the WSCC Student Senate. Photos submitted by Aubrey Healy.

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College announces list of final 11 presidential candidates.

March 23, 2015

VICTORY TWP. — West Shore Community College’s presidential search committee has narrowed its search from 60 to 11 candidates. The committee will Skype interview the 11 semi-finalists in an open meeting on Wed., April 8, andThurs, April 9, Hawley said. The names of the semi-finalists will be announced on Mon., March 23, after they have all been notified. Following the…

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WSCC narrows presidential search to 11, more interviews planned in early April.

March 20, 2015

VICTORY TWP.  – The search for West Shore Community College’s next president has been narrowed from 60 applicants to 11 candidates. The 11-member selection committee, appointed by the Board of Trustees last December, met in closed session all-day Friday to reduce the field of candidates, WSCC Director of College Relations Thom Hawley said late Friday afternoon. The committee will Skype interview…

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West Shore students to celebrate Arts Advocacy Day.

March 17, 2015

VICTORY TWP.  – West Shore Community College students will celebrate Arts Advocacy Day on Tues., March 24, by participating in a campus art walk and picking up brushes to create a collaborative painting on a large canvas. According to Student Senate Marketing Director Dominic Hasbrouck this year’s theme is “spontaneity” and students will be encouraged to enjoy and engage in a…

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