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DeSoto Center Respiratory Therapy students participate in recruiting event

Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College students from the Desoto Center were on hand to offer information about the college’s respiratory therapy program during the college’s Go West recruiting event on the Senatobia campus. Pictured left to right are Stephanie Scott

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Northwest teacher, student honored at Senatobia Rotary Club

Right: The Senatobia Rotary Club Student of the Month for November is Lee Ward, center, a Northwest Mississippi Community College sophomore from Olive Branch. Ward is studying computer science. Congratulating Ward, left to right are Marty Bolen, economics instructor, Rod Ward,

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Campbell named Northwest recruiter in DeSoto County

DeSoto County students will see a new face around their high schools as Angel Campbell makes her debut as the newest Northwest recruiter. Campbell is the first recruiter whose office is at the DeSoto Center. Campbell’s duties include recruiting at

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Senatobia Cosmetology students compete in class for SkillsUSA preparation

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Cosmetology class at the Senatobia campus recently participated in an in-class competition to prepare their students for the upcoming SkillsUSA competitions. Robin Douglas, assistant dean of Career, Technical and Workforce Education; Shannon Mayo, career-technical counselor and local

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Rush named DeSoto Center Evening School Director

Former Northwest Mississippi Community College DeSoto Center counselor Tonyalle Rush was recently named Evening School Director. Rush, who has served at Northwest as a counselor since June 2009, took over after former Evening School Director Josh Filtz was named Assistant

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Audition dates set for “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day”

Auditions for Northwest Mississippi Community College’s spring musical, “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” will be held in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Senatobia campus on Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 5:30 p.m. Callbacks will be

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Poston scholarship recognized at Northwest

 Members of the Hernando chapter of the International Association of Administrative Professionals were on hand to receive a plaque of appreciation from Dr. Gary Lee Spears, president of Northwest Mississippi Community College (second from right), Dot Smith (far right) and

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Northwest preparing GED students for new computerized test

In January, the format of the GED test changed for the first time since 2002. The test shifted from pencil and paper to being completely computer-based. Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED Testing Division is working

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Northwest Jazz Band to present concert Nov. 6

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Division of Fine Arts will present the Northwest Jazz Band in their fall concert on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium on the Senatobia campus. Pieces will include the Irving Berlin

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Ole Miss artists bring work to Northwest in November exhibit

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s November Art Exhibition will feature ceramics, sculpture and prints by University of Mississippi art instructors Andrew Smith and Ernest Forward. Smith, a sculpture instructor and technician, earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from The

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