• Bloodmobile Visits Clark, Cites Growth in Local Blood Donations

    By Joey Defalco – News Editor A Bloodworks Northwest blood donation bus parked in its regular spot outside the Penguin Union Building on April 16 and 17 to collect donations for local hospitals and medical facilities. Bloodworks Northwest phlebotomist Jonathon Isaac said the Seattle-based nonprofit blood bank and research institute provides all of Clark County’s blood. “[People] don’t realize we’re providing most of the blood in the area,” he said. Bloodworks Northwest workers [...]
  • Annual Spring Clothing Closet Dresses 250 Students

    By Joey Defalco – News Editor Clark’s Career Services department offered students a complete professional outfit at the 21st annual Career Clothing Closet in Penguin Union Building 258 from April 17–19. Students navigated the dozens of racks of formal and semi-formal apparel packed into PUB 258 tried on outfits in dressing room booths made from thick, black floor-to-ceiling curtains. By the end of the final day, students were permitted to take more clothes than the original limit [...]
  • Clark Celebrates Spring With Sakura Festival

    By Stevie Riepe – Reporter The 27th annual Sakura Festival on April 19 celebrated the arrival of spring and blossoming of Clark’s cherry trees from 1-2:30 p.m. outside O’Connell Sports Center with a performance by the Clark College Women’s Choir. Guest speaker and President of America Kotobuki Electronics, Inc. John Kageyama lives in Japan, but comes to Clark’s Sakura Festival each year to be honored for gifting Vancouver its 200 cherry blossom trees in 1991 for Washington’s [...]

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