The Lendon Players are set to perform one of their most anticipated productions ever, “The Outsiders” on Tuesday, April 24 through Friday, April 27. Originally a novel by S.E. Hinton, it was adapted into a movie in 1983. In 1990 it was adapted into a stage play by Christopher Sergel.
Beemon Hall is the location for everything science related here at Hinds Community College. Whether it is Principles or General, there are various science selections available to all students.
Although learning about all-things science related could be challenging, the instructors tend to make it a little fun. Einna Robinson is a Biology lab instructor here at Hinds, and she makes learning the complexity of life interesting.
Psychology is a subject that one should not take lightly. To pursue a career in the field, one must exude extreme passion and thorough commitment. Luckily for students here at Hinds Community College, the path to that career begins here with psychology instructor Sharon Dorman.
Here at Hinds Community College there is an employee who goes above and beyond for his students. At this person’s request, he (or she!) shall remain anonymous.
Just recently in the spring 2017 semester, it was announced that I along with many others made the Deans’ List. Statistically, it was my best semester to date here at Hinds Community College, culminating with a 3.6 GPA.
Honestly, achieving this feat didn’t come without its peaks and valleys. For example, although I’m a huge fan of sleep, there were many nights where an all-nighter seemed like the only option for a good grade. There are a lot of ways to become a scholar, but 10 ways stand out significantly. So, here are 10 ways to become a President’s or Deans’ Scholar.
In August 2016, Hinds Community College was introduced to a new English instructor. Wilson L. Knight began his Hinds career a year ago during the school’s fall semester. A native of Mantachie in Itawamba County in north Mississippi, Knight attended Mantachie High School and took part in many academic teams and clubs.
In Hinds Community College’s counseling office, there is a certain test administrator who has taken on a lot of responsibility. He’s an instructor, test administrator, counselor and, just as important, a mentor. Douglas Cole Berry may be the go-to guy when it comes to course planning. At the same time, however, he’s no stranger to mixing it up in his classroom.