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2016 Graphic Edge Bowl Sunday

The Bulldogs will face 6-5 Iowa Western on Dec. 4 in the Graphic Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls, Iowa in the UNI Dome at 3 p.m. You can listen to the game on breezynews.com or 101.1 FM or watch live at http://vcloud.volarvideo.com/broadcast/embed/37425?autoplay=0&site=iwcc. Read more

IN THIS PHOTO: Jim Shirley, instructor of Jim Shirley, physics and engineering instructor, and Lane Spell of Lexington, a sophomore mechanical engineering student, have been named Holmes Community College's honorees for the Legislature's HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day – Working for Academic Excellence) program for 2017.

Shirley, Spell are 2017 Holmes HEADWAE recipients

Jim Shirley of Yazoo City, physics and engineering instructor, and Lane Spell of Lexington, a sophomore mechanical engineering student, have been named Holmes Community College's honorees for the Legislature's HEADWAE (Higher Education Appreciation Day - Working for Academic Excellence) program for 2017. Shirley and Spell are both on the institution's Goodman Campus Read more

IN THIS PHOTO: (left to right) Joe David White, Natural Sciences Department Chair; Ashley Weaver; Dr. Santosh Parakkal, engineering, physics, and physical science instructor, and Dr. Troy Milliken, chemistry instructor.

Weaver scores in high percentile on Dental Admission Test

Former Holmes Community College pre-dental student Ashley Weaver of Madison recently scored in the 95th percentile in the nation on her Dental Admission Test (DAT). On Nov. 16, she came and spoke to students on the Holmes Ridgeland Campus about preparing for professional school. An energetic, animated speaker, she kept the students' attention from start to finish as she doled out meaningful advice on how to follow their dreams. Read more

Pictured are Holmes alumnae Taylor Adcock of Sallis (Class of ’16) and Lily Fran McCrory of Lexington (Class of ’15), both of whom recently received early admittance into professional school programs.

Adcock, McCrory accepted into professional programs

Two Holmes Community College alumnae, Taylor Adcock of Sallis (Class of '16) and Lily Fran McCrory of Lexington (Class of '15), each recently received early admittance into professional school programs. Adcock was admitted to School of Pharmacy at The University of Mississippi and McCrory received admittance to medical school at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Both young ladies will begin their programs in the fall of 2017. Read more