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Young Alumnus ‘knew she was going’ to Hinds

Once upon a time as a little girl, Dr. Christy Granberry Barrick rode her bicycle on the Raymond Campus. She wasn’t exactly born on the grounds, but Hinds Community College was...
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DeSharra Stamps

DeSharra Stamps has always understood the big picture, but occasionally the fine details have tripped her up. 

Wyatt Stringer

Wyatt understands how the world works and wants to build it better through his newfound skills in woodworking. He understood it a little too well in high school, though, and boredom was intense enough to delay his diploma.

Octavius McCollum

Diagnosed with autism at age 2, Octavius lacked credits to earn his high school diploma, but has found a new home in culinary arts.

Mayra Gomez

Turning her love of numbers into a career in accounting despite coming to the United States from Mexico with her parents when she was already 20.

Andria Smith

She left her high school education undone and it turned into 10 years of struggling. With MIBEST, she said, she knew she had people partnering in her education instead of just going it alone.

Economic Development & Workforce

Hinds CC MI-BEST program focus of hearing before lawmakers

JACKSON – Napoleon Miller spent his childhood as a ward of the state of Mississippi, bouncing from home to home and school to school. “I grew up in Mississippi’s foster care system,” Miller said. “I decided to stop going to high school and started Job Corps. When I...

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The Arts & Humanities

Hinds CC Art Show winners, scholarship recipients announced

RAYMOND – Winners of the Hinds Community College Student Art Show were announced during a ceremony May 8 at the Marie Hull Art Gallery on the Raymond Campus. CERAMICS/3D DESIGN: Charity Lockridge, of Vicksburg, first place and honorable mention; Reginald Pickering, of...

Hinds CC assistant band director Mapes stays on state touring artist list

RAYMOND – The Hinds CC band’s top assistant will remain the group’s resident artist with the state. Randy K. Mapes, of Clinton, has been approved by the Mississippi Arts Commission for renewed listing on the Mississippi Touring Artist Roster. Mapes, who began at Hinds...

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George-Oakes Building, other sites dedicated on Vicksburg campus

VICKSBURG -- The George-Oakes Building on the Vicksburg-Warren Campus was formally dedicated May 10 during a ceremony inside a packed lobby in the new facility. In addition to the new building, dedications were also recognized on seven other sites both in the new...

Hinds CC completes renovation of Davis Building on Utica Campus

UTICA – H.H. “Shine” Davis was an important bridge between the past and what became the future for Hinds Community College Utica Campus. That future is now, for the campus’ barbering and cosmetology programs, which will be housed in a spacious, newly-renovated...

Hinds Hi-Steppers selects 2019-2020 dancers

Hinds Community College has selected the Hi-Steppers for 2019-20. Veteran members are, front from left, Laura Duncan of Florence, Mysheaira Taylor of Canton, Myriah Boyd of Pearl (lieutenant); Brandon residents Jaya Brown (captain), Jaide Seals (lieutenant) and Katie...

Hinds CC Utica Campus has graduation ceremony

Hinds Community College’s Utica Campus graduated about 125 students on Saturday, May 18. The morning started with a bell-ringing ceremony at the iconic Utica Campus belltower and a processional into J.D. Boyd Gymnasium led by Utica Campus faculty and alumni. This...

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