Cheryl Cariño-Burr’s immigrant father couldn’t fulfill his dream of becoming a teacher. Read how she keeps his dream alive at Highline.
Shana Friend shares the struggles she and her GED students face as learners. Read how these diverse students inspire her and each other.
As a teenager, Jenn Ritchey took her first trip outside the U.S., discovering her home state of Texas wasn’t nearly as big as she had thought.
Highline’s Julie Pollard and Jenni Sandler share their stories — and common goals — of helping people with disabilities access higher education.
The stories of her ancestors’ sacrifice and strength have motivated Carrancho from her earliest days. Read how they help her even today.
Shawna Freeman Lane finds students with diverse backgrounds thrive in the business world, mirroring her own experience.
The Black and Brown Male Summit is one of Highline’s signature events. Hear from one of the event’s co-founders.
Should guilt come with a diploma? Highline’s Justin Dampeer explains the challenges facing first-generation students after leaving campus.
As a diverse society, we need to learn to disagree effectively, says Dr. Meckfessel, who advocates for the study of rhetoric to help us.
Read why Dr. Frank Kline believes a new program at Highline will lead to better student outcomes in south King County schools.