On Saturday, May 25th, GRCC students were treated to a rare and inspiring performance by a humpback whale in the Puget Sound. We had departed campus bright and early at 6am in order to embark on the Victoria Clipper for a day of sightseeing and whale-watching. We all hoped to catch a glimpse of a whale or two, but none of us expected the show our friend gave us!
By Marie Svensson (Sweden) – About a month before spring break, my friends and I got the idea of going somewhere else rather than staying in Auburn. After researching flights to Los Angeles and San Francisco, the five of us decided to go to San Francisco. The tickets were cheaper tickets (we are after all students), and according to us; more things to see.
Green River Community College starts off every quarter with an orientation week. During this week the college organizes activities and volunteers to help make new international students feel as welcome as possible.
By Marie Svensson (from Sweden)- On February 22nd, Green River Community College’s Student Life Center organized an event to go see Cirque Du Soleil and their show “Amaluna”. Many times throughout the years I have wondered what this show was all about; these spectacular stories and tricks they do, there was no other choice for me than to take the opportunity to go. I signed up for this event the first day it was possible because I knew it was going to be difficult to get a spot later on.