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On our campus and in the community, Clark College is a leader.

Throughout the year, through our participation in events on our campus and in the community, Clark College enriches the social, cultural and economic vitality of our region and the global community.  Here are some of highlights from 2006.

At Clark College, it's always a joy to go home for the holidays.

This year, Clark College welcomed the community for a local pow-wow – a regional celebration of Native American culture.

Adult Literacy Week 2006 cast a spotlight on one of our most important programs.

2006 Student Welcome Day

Our 2006 Student Welcome Day brought a feeling of celebration and connection to new students and their families.

Marti Earhart of the Clark College Bookstore presents a Penguin t-shirt to Merriam-Webster publisher John Morse.

Clark College was proud to host the only regional visit of John Morse, publisher of the Merriam-Webster dictionary, in honor of the dictionary's 200th anniversary.

The 2006 K-Rod Walk/Run was a family event to remember and honor a Clark College student.

Washington Governor Chris Gregoire was keynote speaker at Clark College's 2006 Commencement.

Clark College played a leadership role in the 2006 Bi-State Metropolitan Forum, attracting, civic, business and educational leaders from Washington and Oregon.

The Clark Center at WSU Vancouver

In 2006, Clark College celebrated the Clark Center at Washington State University Vancouver, the next step in a long-standing educational partnership.


Dr. Jeffrey Wigand, Clark College Distinguished Lecturer

In 2006, Clark College launched a Distinguished Lecture Series by welcoming Dr. Jeffrey Wigand, the former tobacco industry executive who spoke out on the industry's health safety issues in a landmark 60 Minutes interview and became the basis for Russell Crowe's character in the film “The Insider.”

Clark College students meet with Washington legislative leaders



Clark College student leaders met with Washington legislative leaders during the 2006 legislative session in Olympia.

Meet Mariah Acton and Sarah Craciun, the Clark College students who were named to the 2006 All-Washington Academic Team.

Clark College English Department faculty member Gail Robinson has been honored with an Oregon Literary Fellowship.

Clark College softball opening day

Clark College's 1956 baseball team celebrates the 50th anniversary of their state championship
The grand unveiling of the Fort Vancouver Tapestry Guest speaker Dr. Freeman Hrabowski

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