The Hinds Community College Eagle Beauty Revue will take place at 7 p.m. on Nov. 10, 2016 at Cain-Cochran Hall on the Raymond Campus. The annual pageant is sponsored by the Eagle yearbook.
Homecoming festivities Sept. 22 on the Raymond Campus brought the community, alumni and current students together to celebrate our college. Alumni Awards Winners and Sports Hall of Famers made their way to the field, followed by a performance by alumni Hi Steppers backed by the Hinds Eagle Band. The 2016 Homecoming Court entered the field and the Homecoming Queen was crowned.
Hi, my name is Macala Washington. I am an 18-year-old freshman and a Mass Communication major.
I chose this major because I was a student intern with Mississippi Public Broadcasting through the Can I Kick It Youth Media Institute for five summers, and it has become something that I am extremely passionate about. While interning at Mississippi Public Broadcasting, I was able to produce documentaries on behalf of my peer group. Being there for five summers helped me to build my skill set and to become a more social person.
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.
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.
Ceramics II students Anna Holden, Kait Massie, Chastity Mathes, Nicolette Davis, Ceramics Instructor Sarah Teasley, Susan Causey, Joanna Steven and Darla Schallenberger are shown with their handmade bowls that will be used for fundraising through grassroots organization Empty Bowls.