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For Ambreah Waters, a 19-year-old Meridian Community College sophomore from Meridian, helping fellow students prepare to vote is vital for a host of reasons but especially for those her age.

Two hundred and 33 years ago, on Sept. 17, delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. The document has only 4,400 words; it is the oldest and shortest written constitution of any major government in the world.

Meridian Community College will join the nation in observing National Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) Recognition Day on Friday, Sept. 18.

A new sports club, a first of its kind at the state community college level, has a home base at Meridian Community College.

Meridian Community College Sports Information Director Chris Haralson watches as Mississippi Blood Services Donor Specialist Houston Sherrod monitors the tubing from Haralson’s arm Tuesday during a blood drive on the MCC campus hosted by Campus Life. “MCC has a proud tradition of giving bac…

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Meridian Community College and Mississippi State University-Meridian students saw smaller class sizes and other measures designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus when they returned to campus Monday.

Meridian Community College has scheduled its first drive-through program review from 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 4, at the MCC-Riley Workforce Development Center parking lot.

East Central Community College is holding orientation sessions for new students in July on the campus in Decatur. New freshman and transfer students are coming to campus on designated dates to have their student IDs made, pick up parking decals and receive orientation packets, while wearing…

Mississippi State University announced a revised fall academic calendar, with health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic in mind.

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DECATUR – Brent Gregory has a lot on his mind as the new president of East Central Community College. The veteran educator is succeeding Billy Stewart, who led the college for eight years before announcing his retirement earlier this year.

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