South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) announced the return of its community magazine, Soundwaves.
After a year-long hiatus, the magazine is back with a new look and content, featuring stories about SPSCC students, alumni, employees, and their connections to the community.
“We took nearly a year off from publishing Soundwaves to reenvision its purpose and content,” Kati Sagawa, Director of Marketing & Communications, said in a press release. “As a community college, we need to be in tune with – and evolve with – our community. This piece is a beautiful platform to reveal these types of connections and tell stories that all of us can connect to”.
The first issue of the revamped Soundwaves magazine arrives at the homes and businesses of Thurston County this month.
For those who prefer digital access, an online version is also available.
In this issue, readers can explore a variety of stories, including “Basically Nominated for an Oscar,” “Here’s to the Pale Ales and Pilsners,” “Tee Time Reserved,” “A Year of Advocacy at the Capitol,” and “What is the SPSCC Foundation?”
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