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.
Everyone likes a winner. And Hinds Community College attracts and grows winners on a regular basis. Several of the athletic programs have recently produced stars who competed and won at the highest level possible for community and junior colleges in Mississippi and the nation.
Thank you to our student-athletes, coaching staff and athletic department for yet another great season of Hinds Community College athletics and for the countless memories you have provided.
This blog post, without a doubt, is the one that I have been looking forward to writing more than any other! This blog post is about my Hinds graduation!
The STEM-UP Department on the Utica Campus hosted its first annual Summer STEM Academic Integrated Learning Program June 6-17. The two-week program hosted juniors and seniors from local high schools with the intention of enhancing their knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
On April 29, 30 students of the Utica Campus Student Support Services (SSS) visited Pigeon Forge, Tenn., for the 2015-2016 Cultural Enrichment trip. This location was chosen to allow students to enjoy the beauties of nature and cabin life while having the opportunity to bond with each other while making lasting memories.
For many people who work on a college campus, the summer is a slower time. Many instructors take the summer off, and, without summer access to federal Pell Grant, we have fewer students. There is no fighting for parking spaces.