Prince William Sound Community College

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PWSCC’s DB Palmer Leads Balto Film Festival Workshop

July 25, 2014

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PWSCC is proud to be a part of the third annual Balto Film Festival in Seward, Alaska, this year. The college’s lead Outdoor Leadership faculty, DB Palmer, is conducting a free one-hour workshop, “Learn to Get the Most Out of Your GoPro,” at the Seward Library/Museum at 6:00 p.m., July 25th. This free filmmaking workshop ...

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Night at the Museum

July 16, 2014

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Ever wonder what happens in the Whitney Museum when the lights go out at night? Do the animals move around? Do the exhibits come alive? Spend a Night at the Museum August 1st. Join us for after-hours special activities and gallery exploration, a movie, storytelling, arts and craft activities, and sleep among the exhibits. An ...

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22nd Theatre Conference A Wrap!

June 26, 2014

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The 22nd Annual Last Frontier Theatre Conference was another rousing success, with over 200 theatre practitioners and enthusiasts visting Valdez for the week. Some highlights included the presentation of the Jerry Harper Service Award to Mary Helen and Stan Stephens, the latter posthumously, for their long history of supporting the Conference with a donated cruise ...

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Founding College President, Dr. John Devens, Passes

June 17, 2014

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It is with great sadness that Prince William Sound Community College bids farewell to John Devens, PhD, our founding President, who passed away last week at the age of 74. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. Dr. Devens was a good man who got things done. His generous contributions to our ...

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Feeding the Hungry by Filling an Empty Bowl

May 8, 2014

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The fourth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser took place on Friday at Prince William Sound Community College’s training room, Sugarloaf Hall. About 40 college and community members came together to enjoy delicious home-made soups, breads, and camaraderie. The event featured a wonderfully optimistic tale of post-1964 Earthquake events, told by College Council member and local historian, ...

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