The Student Newspaper of Highline College

spring

Students try their best to register for spring quarter through new system

With technical difficulties and confusion surrounding the new ctcLink software system, Highline students are doing their best to register for Spring Quarter, with varying success.

This time last year, college officials were considering whether to halt in-person instruction ahead of Gov. Inslee’s announcement mandating school closures statewide.

Spring Quarter editing positions open for Arcturus magazine

Highline’s literary arts magazine the Arcturus Literary Journal is looking for editors.

Professor Susan Rich’s Editing the Arcturus course (ENGL 290) is being offered for Spring Quarter, and gives students the opportunity to edit for the magazine.

Highline to remain online for Spring Quarter

Due to the rise of cases in the virus COVID-19, Spring Quarter at Highline will continue to be online.

Dating back to last spring, this will be the fifth straight quarter Highline has offered most of its classes online. Highline President Dr. John Mosby announced the decision recently.

Tennis team eyes spring return

The women’s tennis team hopes to be back on the court by spring.

They’ve already started training, one of the only Highline teams to be able to practice.

Highline students reflect back on having an online spring quarter

Highline students said having Spring Quarter online was stressful at first but got better.

Highline’s Spring Quarter was moved online due to the coronavirus outbreak. The outbreak led Washington Gov. Jay Inslee to issue a stay-at-home order in mid-March.

Highline rejected changes to spring grading system

Highline officials considered but ultimately decided not to change the grading system at the college for Spring Quarter.