Hinds Community College students who may or may not major in art, take courses in photography, ceramics, drawing, 2-D design/printmaking, graphic design, 3-D design and painting/mixed media classes andproduce work each year in their respective courses, then choose what they think is their best work to be exhibited it at the Marie Hull Art Gallery located on the Raymond Campus and entered in a contest. An outside juror comes in to judge each piece and choose winners in each category as well as overall or best-of-show pieces of art. But the winners are not the only works of art that are worthy of awe. You might like some of the talent more than the ones picked out for awards. You be the judge. Below is a sampling of just a few of the submissions to the show. I don't want to give away all of the surprise here. Come on over to the Marie Hull Art Gallery and see for yourself what Hinds has to offer in the way or talent and courses to nurture the inner artist in you. Some pieces are for sale, so you might just find yourself filling that space in your home that just needs the right artistic touch to complete your look.
Written by DR. MITCHELL SHEARS, ACADEMIC DEAN
Recently, 21 STEM students from the Utica Campus visited the United States Capital in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the visit was to attend the USA Science & Engineering Festival.
The fourth USA Science & Engineering Festival, the largest and only NATIONAL science festival, featured nationwide contests and school programs, including the popular 'Nifty Fifty' science speaker program and X-STEM Symposium.
As academic dean, I was privileged to make the trip with our students. The Festival culminated with a Grand Finale Expo on April 16-17. More than 350K+ attendees celebrated science at the Expo and engaged in activities with some of the biggest names in STEM.
“Congratulations Graduate! Your cap and gown can be picked up at the campus you listed on your graduation application starting Tuesday, April 26 thru Friday, May 6.”
The Hinds Community College athletic programs have a long standing tradition of success, and due to our student-athletes and coaches wanting to uphold this success, a wide variety of emotions and abilities come out when these young men and women are on the playing fields, courts and courses.
I’ve learned a lot about the history of the Utica Campus in covering events over the past several weeks. Two weeks ago, Founder’s Week was observed, with events taking place each day, reminding students and staff of the legacy of William H. Holtzclaw.
Courtney Helom, of Jackson, was named Miss Hinds Community College 2016 in the annual pageant on Feb. 3. As Miss Hinds Community College, Helom will participate this summer in the Miss Mississippi pageant.
Helom, 20, is a Raymond Campus sophomore majoring in biology. She attended St. Joseph Catholic School and is a cheerleader and a member of Hinds Connection. Below are photos chronicaling her journey.
The Utica Campus of Hinds Community College will host its inaugural Vice President’s Scholarship and Hall of Honors Gala on Friday, March 25, at the Old Capitol Inn in Jackson, Miss. The event will serve as a fundraiser to assist students with financial need in attending college. All money raised will go to a scholarship fund designated solely for deserving Utica Campus students.