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MGCCC’s Joshua Womble receives state Youth of the Year scholarship

Culinary Arts student Joshua Womble received a $5,000 scholarship as state winner of the Boys and Girls Club’s Youth of the Year competition. Womble, a freshman at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jefferson Davis Campus, competed against 20 other contestants for the award an
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Author Carolyn Haines to speak at MGCCC’s annual Writing Contest Awards

Well-known Mississippi author Carolyn Haines will be the keynote speaker for the 21st annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Writing Contest Awards on Thursday, April 23, at the college’s Jefferson Davis Campus.  The ceremony will begin at 12:30 p.m. in the Arena Theatre and
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Six MGCCC students selected for PTK’s 2015 All-Mississippi Academic Team

Six Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College students were honored on March 25 by the Mississippi Legislature for being named to the Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Academic Team. MGCCC team members are Perkinston Campus students Sarah Graham and Austin Rogers; Jefferson Davis Campus
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Perkinston Campus Arts Center hosts Mississippi sculptor, artist Dylan Karges

An exhibition by artist Dylan Karges opened at the Visual Arts Center Gallery on Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Perkinston Campus on April 13. The exhibit, “Trial and Error,” will be on display through June 19. Karges, an artist with the Cobb Institute of Archaeology at Mi
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Jackson County Campus students win five awards at state art competition

Four Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College art students won five major awards at the Mississippi Community/Junior College Art Instructors Association statewide art competition held in March. “I’m very proud of our students, and the fact that their talents can be recogni
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Perk Players to present Fredrick Knott’s thriller “Wait Until Dark”

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Perk Players proudly present “Wait Until Dark ” by Fredrick Knott, April 20-22, in the Malone Hall Auditorium.  Curtain is at 6:30 each evening. In a sinister game of cat-and-mouse, the blind Susy must pit her wits against a ruthless con man,
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MGCCC roasts Gov. Phil Bryant at annual Scholarship Gala

The Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Foundation held its annual Scholarship Gala on April 8 at the Beau Rivage Resort and Casino in Biloxi.  The annual event, which included the celebrity roast of Gov. Phil Bryant, dinner and a silent auction, raised $200,176 for MGCCC student
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