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Northwest Les Fauves Spring Art Sale changed to May 8

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Les Fauves Art Club will hold its annual spring art sale on Friday, May 8 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Art Gallery on the Senatobia campus. The sale, which helps raise money

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Northwest president receives first yearbook

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, left, receives the first copy of the 2015 Northwest Rocketeer from Carroll Gunn Huebner, Northwest journalism instructor and yearbook adviser, right, and Mary Adam, center, Rocketeer editor from Senatobia. The theme

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Northwest Back Acres Foundation Golf Tournament to be held May 7

The annual Northwest Mississippi Community College Foundation Golf Tournament will be held on May 7 at Back Acres Country Club in Senatobia, according to Dolores Wooten, director of alumni affairs and development operations. There are still spots available for teams

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Northwest nursing students shine at state convention

Twenty-seven nursing students and five nursing faculty from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Student Nurses Association (SNA) brought home several awards and recognitions from the annual Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing Student Association (MOSA) conference held at the Vicksburg Convention

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Northwest 2015 All-Mississippi Academic Team Honorees recognized

Northwest Mississippi Community College students Tiffanee Merritt of Coldwater, Cody Abel of Southaven, Emily Reedy of Horn Lake, Dameon Cunningham of Batesville, Ashleigh Hoffman of Oxford and Daniel Sing of Independence were honored on March 25 by the Mississippi Legislature

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Northwest HEADWAE recipients honored at March Board of Trustees meeting

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, center, congratulated Northwest’s HEADWAE recipients, l-r, sophomore Keenan Lane Arntson of Oxford and English Instructor Renee Young O’Neill at the Northwest Board of Trustees meeting on March 19. Both recipients are

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Leishman named Tate County EDF Educator of the Year

Northwest Mississippi Community College English Instructor Beth Leishman, left, was named Tate County Educator of the Year at the 17th annual Tate County Economic Development Foundation (TCEDF) banquet on March 2. Congratulating Leishman is Julie Correro, division director of Education

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Northwest hosts junior high school math competition

The Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics Junior High Math Competition was held recently on the Senatobia campus of Northwest Mississippi Community College. On Feb. 27, students from district schools traveled to the campus for testing. Students from Northwest’s surrounding

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Northwest announces HEADWAE honorees

Northwest Mississippi Community College recently announced its 2015 HEADWAE honorees. The HEADWAE student is sophomore Keenan Lane Arntson, and HEADWAE faculty member Renee Young O’Neill is an English instructor at the Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center in Oxford, where Arntson is also

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Northwest’s new recording equipment provides teaching tool

Recently, the Northwest Mississippi Community College Fine Arts Division purchased new recording equipment in the Fine Arts Auditorium that will not only enable the division to record in-house concerts and plays, but it will also provide a teaching tool for

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