GRCC in the News: 10/16/10-10/18/10

On campus: Port Huron alum Ashawn Butler living dream – ’09 grad stars on football field at GRCC
By JOSEPH HAYES | Times Herald |  October 18, 2010

Ashawn Butler always wanted to play college football.  But the 2009 Port Huron High School graduate didn’t know when or if the opportunity would arrive.  As it turns out, Butler’s chance to play came at a moment he least expected.  And in a short amount of time he is starting to play a consistent role on the Grand Rapids Community College football team.  (More)

Brandon Dillon, Bing Goei race for 75th State House seat draws attention from outside Grand Rapids
Published: Sunday, October 17, 2010, 6:00 AM  | Jim Harger | The Grand Rapids Press

GRAND RAPIDS – The partisan lines in the race for 75th State House District are less sharply drawn than most places in West Michigan.  Republican Bing Goei and Democrat Brandon Dillon are appealing to a base of moderate voters who have sent Republicans and Democrats to Lansing in the past decade. […]  Brandon Dillon […] Education: Grand Rapids Community College; Aquinas College; Northeastern University.  (More)

Juwan Hemphill sparks Grand Rapids Community College’s rout of Georgia Military
Published: Saturday, October 16, 2010, 7:40 PM | Dean Holzwarth | The Grand Rapids Press

GRAND RAPIDS — Grand Rapids Community College’s Juwan Hemphill was one of the top kick returners in the country last season.  The sophomore speedster from Kalamazoo Central showed visiting Georgia Military College just how dangerous he can be.  (More)

Local journalism students sweep state competition – GRCC students credit newsroom for success
By LISA ERMAK | The Holland Sentinel | Posted Oct 16, 2010 @ 05:30 AM

Grand Rapids, MI –  Scott McNabb sets high standards for his journalism students, and it definitely shows.  McNabb advises the staff of The Collegiate, the student newspaper for Grand Rapids Community College.  (More)

GRCC offers new program For personal trainers
Elizabeth Slowik | Grand Rapids Business Journal | Published: October 11, 2010

Grand Rapids Community College is offering a new program that can lead to certification for personal trainers.  (More)

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