By Jade Bishop
By Bethani Thomas
Coordinator of Student Recreation
As we lined the field with orange cones and yardline markers and stuck the red penalty flags in the waistbands of our shorts, the students began arriving for the games.
Six flag football games would bring more than 150 students out to our fields over a three-hour period. This three hours included signing each individual player in, checking for their student (or faculty) ID, having each team grab the flag belts and making sure they understood not to tie around their waist, but to simply clip.
By Hinds CC Information Technology
Hello, Hinds Family! Alexis here, and I bring you greetings from the Information Technology Department. If you’ve seen a little rectangular piece of paper around your campus, it could possibly be your Fall 2016 Tech Checklist. The checklist is very beneficial in increasing your awareness of Hinds’ tech tools.
As luck would have it, my phone was on vibrate and hidden in my purse. I was at a weekly post-Cursillo meeting at my church. But when I pulled it out around 6:45 on Monday, Aug. 1, I saw lots of missed phone calls and urgent text messages.
On Aug. 3, I will celebrate my one-year anniversary of being part of the Hinds team. As the Multimedia Specialist in the Public Relations Department, I have taken many photographs in the past year. My job has connected me to many interesting people and events. In this post I am going to share with you one of my favorite images from each of the past 12 months. Each image was chosen because it either depicted an event or person that impacted Hinds or stood out as a compelling image.
I’ve had the privilege of meeting some interesting people in my career as a writer, both on the news side and now promoting the merits of higher education at Hinds Community College.