Monthly Archives: February 2015

Northwest students place in Collegiate DECA culinary competition

What do catfish, sweet potatoes, cabbage and grits have in common? They were all ingredients in the mystery basket at the Culinary Competition for Collegiate DECA members held on Feb. 3, where Northwest Mississippi Community College students studying Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology placed second and third against teams from across the state. All participants […]

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Ole Miss print works to be featured in Northwest March exhibit

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s March Art Exhibition, “Ole Miss Prints,” will feature the works of University of Mississippi artists Virginia Rougon Chavis and Sheri Reith. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, March 5 from 5-7 p.m., and the exhibition will run from March 5-27 in the Northwest Art Gallery on the Senatobia campus. […]

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Northwest DeSoto Center to offer culinary spring luncheon

Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology program will host their Culinary Spring Luncheon Wednesday, March 25 at noon. The event will be held at First Choice Catering, located at 5905 Scott Blvd. in Horn Lake. Students in the program’s culinary I and II classes will prepare and serve the meal. “We are […]

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Northwest to offer ServSafe® Manager Training class March 21

The Division of Continuing Education at Northwest Mississippi Community College will offer a one-day ServSafe® Manager Training class on March 21 in the Berry Building, Room 101 on the Senatobia campus. The deadline to register for the class by mail or in person is March 5. The ServSafe® program provides food safety training and exams […]

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Northwest hosts SkillsUSA District 1 high school competition

Pictured: Northwest Mississippi Community College hosted the District 1 competition for Mississippi SkillsUSA on Feb. 10. Northwest Career-Technical students assisted in the preparation and execution of the competition. Michael Sharp (far right) of South Panola High School competes in the Automotive Service Technology category as Northwest students (left to right) Jonathan Talbert of Bartlett, Tennessee and Brandon […]

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Authors, publicists selected for Northwest’s March 28 Author Rodeo Roundup

Panelists for Northwest Mississippi Community College’s second annual “Author Rodeo Roundup” have been selected, according to Maggie Moran, director of Learning Resources. The event will take place on Saturday, March 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the R.C. Pugh Library on the Senatobia campus. Authors Dr. Rachell Anderson, Northwest Board of Trustees member; University […]

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Northwest Foundation welcomes new president, board members

Gale Cushman of Senatobia was named president of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Foundation Board of Directors during its quarterly meeting on Feb. 19. Cushman previously served as vice president during the tenure of past president James Dunn of Tunica. Kevin Doddridge of Olive Branch was elected to serve as vice president. “Mr. Dunn has […]

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Northwest GED graduate overcomes obstacles for success

Gandhi is credited with saying “We may stumble and fall but shall rise again; it should be enough if we did not run away from the battle.” This seems the perfect quote to describe Northwest Mississippi Community College DeSoto Center student Pennie Medley of Southaven. Medley, with the odds against her, did not run away […]

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College Goal Sunday

* Get free, on-site professional assistance completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) * Talk to financial aid professionals about fi nancial aid resources and how to apply * Get information regarding state-wide student services, admission requirements and more! When: Saturday, Feb. 28 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: DeSoto Center Library Hosted by:Northwest Financial Aid Office […]

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