POPLARVILLE - The Pearl River Community College bookstores have been renamed, restocked and revamped.
The Wildcat Den, located in Crosby Hall on the Poplarville campus and in the Allied Health Building at the Forrest County Center, is open to the public as well as students and employees.
The advent of Ebooks eliminated the need for multiple shelves of textbooks, said Candace Harper, director of bookstore services.
POPLARVILLE – In reading “The Spirit of the Pearl: The Life, Legend and Legacy of T.D. ‘Dobie’ Holden,” one finds that it is possible for a football coach to win the respect of his players and lead them to eight state championships and one national championship without compromising faith and family.
The surgical technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center will hold two information sessions for potential applicants.
The sessions will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 24, and Tuesday, Sept. 22, in room 119 of the Allied Health Building, 5448 U.S. 49 South in Hattiesburg.
PRCC’s surgical technology program offers two courses of study - one year for a proficiency certificate and two years for an associate’s degree.
The Spirt of the River marching band at Pearl River Community College works Tuesday, Aug. 11, on its 2015 halftime show which features dance music. The band will debut the show at PRCC’s first home game against Hinds Community College at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10. Dr. Kyle Hill is director of bands assisted by Mike Bass and Reuben McDowell.
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