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The Eagle 
2007 



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The Eagle 
Hinds Community College Yearbook 

With Campuses located in: 

Raymond, Mississippi 

Utica, Mississippi 

Jackson, Mississippi 

Pearl, Mississippi 

Vicksburg, Mississippi 



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On February 8, 2007, Kayla Hubbard was crowned the 2007 Miss Hinds 
Community College. She will represent Hinds CC in the Miss Mississippi 
Pageant in Vicksburg on July 11-14, 2007. Hubbard, 19, of Magee is a 
sophomore elementary education major on the Raymond Campus. A graduate 
of Magee High School, she is the daughter of Carolyn Hubbard. Kayla won 
the swimsuit competition and tied for talent with a jazz dance to the song 
"One in a Million". She is a member of the Associated Student Government 
and is a Hinds CC cheerleader. Her community service platform will focus on 
childhood obesity. Pictured above is Ms. Anna Bee, Ashley Laird, first-runner- 
up; JoAnna Hulitt, second runner-up; Kayla Hubbard, 2007 Miss Hinds CC; 
Tenesha Grant, third runner-up; and college president, Dr. Clyde Muse. 



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JoAnna Hulitt, second 
runner-up, smiles for the 
judges during the parade 
of contestants. 



Ashley Laird sings "Big Time" for 
her talent. Ashley tied with Kayla 
Hubbard for a talent winner. 



Ms. Becky Fowler was the 
iMistress of Ceremonies. 



After the pageant, Ashley Laird, 
the first runner-up, and Kayla 
Hubbard, 2007 Miss Hinds CC, 
pose for a picture. 



Tenesha Grant, third runner-up. 
poses during the parade of 
contestants. 



Kayla Hubbard proposes her 
platform for the audience. 



JoAnna Huilett performs her 
ballerina talent. 



Mallory Simons, 2006 Miss 
Hinds CC, performs her talent 
for the last time during her reign. 



Ashley Laird walks as the 
Mistress of Ceremony announces 
her biography. 



Tenesha Grant performs a jazz 
routine for her talent. 



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This play is "the true stories of six courageous women sent to Vietnam and their 
struggle to make sense of a war that irrevocably changed them and a nation that 
shunned them. A work with the music and soul of a tumultuous era in our 
history." The Lendon Players who performed were: Amanda Stringer as Martha, 
Carrie Kirkland as Mary Jo, Heather Stringer as Sissy, Amber Cagle as Whitney, 
Jessie Owen as LeeAnn, AnnaLaura Santana as Steele, Tyler Bland and Cory 
Squires as All the American Men, and Duby the dog as himself. 



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Lendon Players 



Hinds Community College Lendon Players Present 



Much Ado About Nothing 

by William Shakespeare 




This play revolves around two pairs of lovers, Beatrice and Benedick and Claudk 
and Hero. The main plot of the play revolves around obstacles to the union of th( 
two young lovers - Claudio and Hero. The love-hate relationship of Beatrice an( 
Benedick features the "merry war" of the sexes. Benedick thinks he hates Beatria 
but really loves her and Beatrice thinks she hates Benedick but really loves him 
The Lendon Players who performed were: Judith L. Tharpe as the Messenge 
and the Watch, Edward Lollar as Leonato, Carrie Kirkland as Beatrice, Jess( 
Owen as Hero, Clif Kirkland as Don Pedro, Tyler Bland as Benedick, Johi 
Marrow as Don John, Cory Squires as Claudio, Justin Adams as Conrade, Chac 
Moss as Borachio, Amanda Stringer as Margaret, Heather Stringer as Ursula 
Timothy Brewer as Antonio, Victor Smith as Balthasar, Christopher Mason a 
Dogberry, Duby the Dog as Verges, Aaron Polk and Jessica Blake as the Watch 
Thomas Kelly as the Friar, and Jessica Blake as the Sexton. 



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This year's Mississippi and the Arts Week was dedicated to Dr. and Mrs. Clyd( 
Muse in honor of their 28 years of service to Hinds and to the arts in Mississippi 
Dr. and Mrs. Muse (second and third from right, respectively) are pictured abov^ 
after being recognized. 



Development Foundation 
Chairman David Barton is 
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Mississippi and the Arts 
week scholarship recipients: 
Stephen Harper, Kimberly 
Waddell, Lauren Carlisle 
Luckey, Arthur Jacob 
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U Mississippi and the Arts Week activities are free and open to the public, and all take place on the HCC Raymond Campus. 



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THURSDAY, March 29 



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Dedication to President and Mrs. Clyde Muse 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Senator Thad Cochran 

HCC Chamber Choir 
The Musicians, "From Blues to Jazz: A Musical 
Journey" 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Panny Flautt Mayfield, Photographer 

"Blues - Live from the Mississippi Delta 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Marshall Ramsey, Editorial Cartoonist 

"Marshall Ramsey's Ten-Year Celebration" 

Lecture /Book Signing 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 



8:00 a.m. 





9:30 a.m. 



11:00 a.m. 



Dr. Johnnie Maberry Gilbert, Joyce Ageng'o 
"Understanding African Art: A Merging of 
Cultures" 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Conner Burns, Potter, "Vessels of Clay" 

Pottery Demonstration 

274 Denton Art Building 
Hinds Community College Wind Ensemble 

Hinds Community College Concert Choir 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 



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Program reschedule, please call 

601.857.3349/3360 
Tim Taylor, Former NASA Engineer, 
"From Hinds to Space and Back" 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Gallery Talk: "A Common Thread" exhibit 

Bob Allan Dunaway, Michael Hataway 
Jerry Hymel, Gayle McCarty 
165 Reeves Hall 



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Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet 

Jennifer Beasley, Artistic Director 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Pat Regan, Watercolorist 

"Profiles of the Past" 

165 Reeves Hall 
Capital Brass 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Joshua Squad, "The Art of Mime" 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
Terry Fletcher, Barney McCann 

"The Power of Music" 

165 Reeves Hall 
Mandiana Afrikan Danser 
Chiquila Pearson, Dancer 
Workshop "Traditional African Dance" 
104 Bee Hall 



FRIDAY, March 30 

8:00 a.m. Dustin Messina, Joe Messina 

"Jammin' with Dustin and Joe" 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
9:00 a.m. Unita Blackwell, Civil Rights Activist 

Jo Anne Prichard Morris, Writer 

"Lessons I Learned About Making Your Life 

Count" 

Lecture/ Book Signing 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 
10:00 a.m. Brooks Theatre Kaffehaus 

Dr. Perry Combs and Hinds Community 

College Jazz Improv 

Lendon Players 

Tanja and Darka Miric 

Brooks Tlteater 
1 1 :00 a.m. Utica Campus Jubilee Singers 

Dr. Bobby G. Cooper, Director 

Hogg Auditorium, Cain-Cochran Hall 




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More than 500 students and parents attended the Second Annual Hinds Preview 
Night April 24 on the Raymond Campus. The event, hosted by Enrollment 
Services, offered prospective students the opportunity to visit more than 60 
booths promoting academic, technical and career programs; clubs and 
organizations; and student services from all six Hinds locations. Counselors were 
also available to register students for summer and fall classes. Nearly 200 students 
registered for classes the day and evening of Preview Night. 




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Campus Minister Ben 
Hailey of Reformed 
University Fellowship 
(RUF) connected with 
future students by handing out 
cups with information about the 
organization. 



Jasmine Nevels stopped to learn 
more about the graphics and 
print communications program 
at Hinds. 



The Hinds Agriculture 
Department displays their 
eye-catching tri-fold. 



Ms. Jane Flowers tells these 
prospective students how to 
register for Hinds. 



The Student Publication's 
organization tries to interest 
students in the Hinds 
publication's such as the 
yearbook and newspaper. 



The Baptist Student Union (BSU) 
displays their many t-shirts that 
they have made. 



The Cosmetology Department 
shows the many opportunities 
that their field has to offer. 



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award 



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Hinds Eagle Award Winners 




Paul Muffuletto and Molly Foster, both of Pearl, were recipients of the! 
prestigious Eagle Award. The Eagle Award is an annual award recognizing the| 
most outstanding male and female athletes of the year at Hinds Community 
College. These recipients are selected by a committee representing the 
administration, faculty, and student body. The award is based on performance 
leadership, and sportsmanship. Muffuletto was named to the MACJC All-State 
team in the fall of 2006 for the three-time defending state champion men's soccei 
team, and was also named team MVP in tennis this spring. Foster is also a 
member of both the Lady Eagle soccer team and tennis team. She received 
MACJC All-State honors in soccer in both her freshman and sophomore seasons 
while serving as team captain for the state and regional champion women's soccei 
team. She also served as team captain for the Hinds tennis team and achieved a 
9-2 record in singles play this spring. Pictured with Muffuletto and Foster are 
HCC President Dr. Clyde Muse and his wife Vashti Muse. 



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Pictured above are Hinds President Dr. Clyde Muse, Melvin Jenkins, Karen Scott 
Arnold, Tom Weathersby, David Yewell, and Wade Evans. Melvin Jenkins 
attended Hinds from 1980-1982 where he was All-State in track and field and 
football. He is now a former National Football League defensive back. Karen 
Scott Arnold played slow-pitch softball at Hinds in 1977 and won the state 
:hampionship in 1978. Tom Weathersby attended Hinds from 1963-1965 where 
tie played basketball and earned All-State with the most steals and assists. David 
Yewell played basketball at Hinds from 1960-1962 where he was a starting 
forward averaging 13.5 points per game. His sophomore year he was appointed 
the team captain and averaged 14 points per game. Wade Evans also played 
basketball for Hinds as the teams leading scorer and rebounder where they won 
the state junior college championship in 1971. He was named All-State and 
All-Conference for 1970 and 1971 seasons. 



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The week of Homecoming was filled with traditions and history. On October 12, 
2006, returning alumni and current students filled the Joe Renfroe Stadium to 
enjoy the pre-game and half-time entertainment. Despite the slight rain, the 
festivities were in full throttle. Pre-game included the bands normal half-time 
show along with the current Hi-Steppers. During half-time, the alumni Hi- 
Steppers performed, followed by the announcing of the 2006 Homecoming 
maids. After much anticipation, LaKesha Smith of Jackson was crowned the 
2006 Homecoming Queen. LaKesha is a sophomore history major at the Jackson 
Campus-Academic/Technical Center. The Eagle football game against Southwest 
Community College was an upsetting loss for Hinds with a final score of 21-3. 











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On November 15, 2006, "The Eagle" Yearbook Staff sponsored the annual Hinds 
Community College Beauty Pageant. There were thirty-four contestants all trying 
to compete for the title of Most Beautiful. The judges narrowed down the 
contestants into groups of twenty-two, twelve, and five. Finally, for the first time 
in Hinds pageant history, judges chose two first place winners. Jessica Owen and 
Ashley Laird were named Hinds CC's Most Beautiful. Jessica Owen is a graduate 
of Hillcrest Christian Academy and a sophomore theater major on the Raymond 
Campus. Ashley Laird is a graduate of East Rankin Academy and a radiology 
sophomore on the Rankin Campus. Pictured above with the winners are Ms 
Anna Bee, Kristin Goff, Angel Longino, Jessica Owen, Ashley Laird, and Nicole 
Steele. 



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Beauty contestants, Michelle 
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Scales, Karli Smithhart, and 
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await the judges response. 



Fessica Owens and Ashley 
^aird were both crowned 
-finds Most Beautiful. 



\ustin Finch of Clinton 
entertained while the judges made 
:heir decision on the Top 1 2. 




Rachel Adora showcased her 
inging talents with multiple 
songs. 



^yndsey Thorton, Amanda 
Torrence, and Bridget Wigal stroll 
across the stage during the parade 
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^uth Pooley entertains the 
audience with her rendition on 
Jewel's hit song "Foolish Games' 



Roderick Dunson dances to the 
>ong "I'm Too Sexy" sung by the 
British group Right Said Fred. 



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Higher Education Appreciation Day 
Working for Academic Excellence 




Hinds Community College selected Martha Hill, chair of the Raymond Campus 
landscape management technology (LMT) department, and Taylor Russell 
George of Clinton, a Raymond Campus sophomore, as a part of the legislature's 
20th annual celebration of the achievements of the state's college students and 
faculty. George is a Deans Scholar who is studying mechanical engineering. He 
participates in the HCC Honors Program and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa 
and Mu Alpha Theta. As a math scholar he has served as a tutor in college 
algebra and calculus II, and for two summers he interned at a local engineering 
firm. Hill, a 20-year Hinds employee, developed the LMT department over the 
years from one program to its current three programs of study in the landscaping 
field. She holds a number of honors including the Associated Landscape 
Contractors of America Outstanding Educator of the Year (2003), the HCC Life 
Star Award (2003 and 2006) and the HCC Outstanding Career-Technical 
Instructor of the Year (1988). 



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alumnus 

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2006 Alumnus of the Year Award and 
2006 Alumni Service Award 





)r. Albert Gore was honored as the 2006 Hinds Community College Alumnus of 
le Year during the Homecoming Alumni Dinner on October 10. Gore was 
lducted into the college's Sports Hall of Fame in 2001 and is a member of the 
linds Athletic Alumni Chapter. He has also served on the HCC Development 
oundation since January 2004. He supports the Development Foundation and 
Jumni Assocation activities and recently endowed the Marianna Stoke Gore 
cholarship at Hinds in honor of his wife of 65 years. Fred G. Peyton of 
r icksburg is the 2006 HCC Alumni Service Award recipient. One of the newer 
lembers of the HCC Development Foundation Board, Peyton has worked with 
le college's Warren-Claiborne County Alumni Chapter for over 20 years. He was 
art of the group that initiated the chapter's original fundraiser, a Softball 
3urnament, which later became the golf tournament. Pictured with Gore and 
'eyton is HCC President Dr. Clyde Muse. 



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Sandra Blair 

Secondary Instructor 

Raymond Campus 

Spring 2007 



Jacqueline Carrillo 

Academic Instructors 

Nursing/Allied Heath 

Fall 2006 



Martha Hill 

Career-Technical Instructor 

Raymond Campus 

Fall 2006 




Dr. Dan Hogan 

Administrative/Non-Teaching 

Raymond and Nursing/Allied 

Spring 2007 



Jackie Jackson 

Clerical/Technical Staff 

Raymond Campus 

Fall 2006 



Joe Johnson 

Administrative/Non-Teaching 

HCC Workforce Development 

Fall 2006 



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Hinds Community College employees who recieved the college's Life Star 
Award during the 2006-2007 academic year were among those who received 
special recognition during the college's Employee Appreciation Dinner on May 
11, 2007, on the Raymond Campus. Those receiving this award can be 
nominated by colleagues, students, alumni, and other community members for 
their prestigious service to the community. 




Alexander Lee 

Academic Instructor 

Rankin Campus 

Spring 2007 



Doris Lewis 

Clerical/Technical Staff 

Jackson Campus 

Spring 2007 




Marvin Moak 

Career-Technical Instructor 

Raymond Campus 

Spring 2007 




Anthony Price 

Crafts/Trades/Services Staff 

Eagle Ridge Golf Course 

Spring 2007 



Ralph Sykes 

Crafts/Trades/Services Staff 

Raymond Campus 

Fall 2006 



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Ashley Canoy 



Holly Carroll 





Dwight Chambers 



Carrie Chease 




Samantha 
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Emily Coker 



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Kendra Davis Jeffrey Denson Daniel DeYoung 







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Britney Edmond Maureen Erinne Edhereveno Etibo Jessica Fleming 





Destiny Foster Francis Frazier Valarie Gaston 



Taylor George 





Cynthia Goldman Kristi Gray 



Randi Leigh 
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Cassie Gregory 



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Veronica Harmon Sherri Harris- 
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Terri Hart-Salim Geneicia Heard Lindsey Hearn 



Zackery Hodge 





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Holly Huntley 



Katie Johnson Tamika Johnson 





Pamela Jones 



Steven Jones 



Brenda Kyzar Lucretia Langford 



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Camillia Levi 




Alrene Marshall 



Casy McNemar 






Seazie Lintner 



Meghan 
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Jessica Mann 





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Laura Matthews Shannon McGee Constance McKay 





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Sandra Mosely 



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LaTashia Parkman 



Brad Porter 



Aaron Bashir 
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Alan Parker 




Debra Randle 




Ashley Ray 



Patti Riley 



Mallory Simons LaKesha Smith 





Mitch Stauts 



Gearlletha Stevens Tiffany Taylor 




Jonathan Thibo 



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Sharon Thomas 



Lillian Travis 



Christopher 
Walker 







Heather Walls Rodney Wilcox Stephani Williams Allyson Winn 




Lakesa Woodall Martha Wright Tiffany Wright 



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Trainers: Brian Anderson, Brittany Anderson, Felicia Williams, Latoya Brisco, Alekecia 
Rias, Courtney Spivey, Cornesha Cooper, Marquetta Lewis, and Terrance McGee. 
Managers: Antonio Harris-Singleton and Brandon Moss. Filmers: Tristan Williams and 
Christian Benson. Not pictured: Aredra Smith. Coaches: Shawn Garrick, Bill Ashley, 
Larry Williams, Mike Smith, J.J. Plummer, David Armstrong, and Gene Murphy. 



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No. 


Name 


Position 


Class 


High School 


1 


Kruz Long 


DB 


Soph. 


Provine HS 


2 


Otis Stamps 


DB 


Soph. 


Warren Central HS 


3 


Michael James 


RB 


Fresh. 


Provine HS 


4 


Pat Lacey 


DB 


Fresh. 


Provine HS 


5 


Terrance Charles 


RB 


Fresh. 


O Perry Walker HS 


6 


Elliot Moore 


WR 


Soph. 


Murrah HS 


7 


Omar Love 


QB 


Soph. 


Charleston HS 


8 


Earnest Caston 


DB 


Soph. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


9 


Demarkco Clanton 


DB 


Soph. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


10 


Dominic Douglas 


LB 


Soph. 


Clinton HS 


11 


Brent Sutherland 


P 


Soph. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


12 


Loviett Dixon 


QB 


Fresh. 


Hillcrest Christian School 


14 


Lee McClendon 


WR 


Fresh. 


Forest HS 


15 


Darrius Jones 


DB 


Fresh. 


Grenada HS 


16 


Terrence Barnes 


QB 


Fresh. 


Callaway HS 


17 


LeAndrew Hicks 


DB 


Soph. 


Richland HS 


18 


Larry Wilkins 


WR 


Fresh. 


Coldwater HS 


19 


Jess Shelby 


K 


Soph. 


Terry HS 


20 


Todd Taylor 


DB 


Fresh. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


21 


Michael Pace 


DB 


Soph. 


Harrison Central HS 


22 


Jason Grigsby 


DB 


Soph. 


Hinds AHS 


23 


Carlos Everett 


WR 


Fresh. 


South Sumter HS 


24 


Chris Tauscher 


TE 


Soph. 


Florence HS 


25 


Anthony Mayes 


WR 


Fresh. 


Hinds AHS 


27 


Marcell Young 


DB 


Fresh. 


Hinds AHS 


30 


Larry Pittman 


RB 


Fresh. 


Puckett HS 


33 


Jeremy Jackson 


LB 


Fresh. 


Wingfield HS 


34 


Chris Mixon 


LB 


Fresh. 


Porters Chapel Academy 


35 


Carlos Meeks 


LB 


Fresh. 


Jackson Provine HS 


36 


Anthony Green 


DB 


Soph. 


Natchez HS 


37 


Jesse Pedyfoot 


DL 


Soph. 


Warren Central HS 


40 


Blake Lewis 


DL 


Fresh. 


Breaux Bridge HS 


43 


Jamarious Jones 


DL 


Fresh. 


Hinds AHS 


44 


Maurice Woods 


LB 


Soph. 


Clinton HS 


50 


Jacarran Crump 


OL 


Fresh. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


51 


Derrick Joslin 


OL 


Fresh. 


Douglas County HS 


52 


Cartez Scott 


LB 


Fresh. 


Brandon HS 


53 


Ty Westbrook 


OL 


Fresh. 


Pearl HS 


54 


Colin McCoy 


LS 


Soph. 


East Central HS 


55 


Brent Todd 


OL 


Soph. 


Pelham HS 


56 


Josh Weems 


OL 


Fresh. 


Jim Hill HS 


57 


Anthony King 


OL 


Fresh. 


Pelahatchie HS 


58 


Phil Gibson 


OL 


Fresh. 


Hollandale Simmons HS 


59 


Dana Albert 


OL 


Soph. 


Brandon HS 


60 


Cedrick Pendleton 


OL 


Fresh. 


Hillcrest Christian School 


62 


Jamie Jackson 


OL 


Fresh. 


Northwest Rankin HS 


73 


Derek Newton 


OL 


Fresh. 


Hinds AHS 


76 


D.J. Lacey 


OL 


Soph. 


Hillcrest Christian School 


77 


Brian Smith 


OL 


Soph. 


Forest Hill HS 


82 


Wayne Franklin 


WR 


Fresh. 


Jim Hill HS 


83 


Johnny Moore 


WR 


Fresh. 


Hillcrest Christian School 


84 


Land an Talley 


WR 


Soph. 


Jacksonville, FL 


86 


Jaron Bell 


WR 


Fresh. 


Pearl HS 


92 


Louis Ellis 


DL 


Soph. 


Lanier HS 


96 


Omar Spears 


DE 


Fresh. 


Baker, LA 


98 


Antonio Myers 


DL 


Fresh. 


Wingfield HS 


99 


Dwieht Horton 


DL 


Soph. 


Midfield HS 




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Football 

The 2006 Eagle football team finished the 
season with a 3-6 overall record and were 
1-5 in the south division play of the JUCO 
league. The Eagles struggled through the 
season and captured their first two wins at 
home in Raymond. They defeated the 
Tigers of Coahoma Community College in 
the season opener with a 21-7 win. Hinds' 
second win of the season was also a home 
jgame with the Tigers of Northeast 
Community College when the Eagle won that 
game 14-10. The Eagles' last win of the 
2006 season came on the road when they 
defeated East Central Community College 
27-8 in Decatur. Terrance Barnes led in 
passing with 50 completions of 93 attempts 
for 518 yards and four touchdowns. Omar 
Love led in rushing with 82 carries for 326 
yards and six touchdowns. The leader of 
receptions was Carlos Everette with 18 for 
267 yards and two touchdowns. Jess Shelby 
led the Eagles in punting after making 1 8 of 
21 attempts. In field goal attempts he was 2 
for 6 for a total of 24 points. Brent 
Sutherland led Hinds in punting with 45 for 
1,650 yards with the longest being 52 yards. 
Scoring leader for Hinds was Omar Love 
with six touchdowns for 36 points. 






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The offensive line waits 
? or the lineman's call 
before they can rush at 
:he other teams defenders. 



The quarterback, Omar Love, 
ooks for a open receiver. 




oach Mike Smith 
anticipates for the game 
to start. 



Derrick Joslin came from 
Georgia to join the Eagle 
defensive line. 



Brent Todd, Phil Gibson, 
md Cedrick Pendleton take a 
3reak from the game. 



oach David Armstrong 
matches the game intensely. 



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Football 





Date 


Opponent 


Results 


August 3 1 


Coahoma 


W21-7 


September 7 


Holmes 


L 36-29 


September 14 


Northeast 


W 14-10 


September 21 


Miss. Gulf Coast 


L 37-13 ! 


September 28 


Jones 


L 27-16 


October 7 


Co-Lin 


L 34-28 


October 12 


Southwest 


L21-3 j 


October 1 9 


East Central 


W27-8 


October 26 


Pearl River 


L 26-7 




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The football team was 
recognized at the very first 
pep-rally on Wednesday, 
August 30th. 



irnie the Eagle peps up the 
:rowd at the pep-rally. 



Demarcko Clanton carries 
:he ball after a fumble. 



Dffensive lineman, Jamie 
Fackson, blocks a 
Northeast defender. 



r arry Pittmann is keeping his 
muscles active during the 
football game by riding an 
exercise bike. 



The punter. Brent Sutherland, 
lolds the ball for the kicker, 
Fess Shelby. 



rent Todd makes the call to 
release the ball to the quarterback. 
The other lineman set themselves 
up for a good play. 



Elliot Moore blocks himself 
iom being tackled by a 
defender. 



Quarterback Terrence Barnes 
sets up a throw to a receiver. 



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Cheerleaders for 2006 were: Kayla Hubbard, Mallory Simons, Aleisha 
Collins, Kati Gains, Hannah Gardner, Nicole Steele, Victoria Scales, 
Ashley Cox, Holly Carroll, Dena Daffron, Ashley Burr, Becky 
Winham, and Nikki Bolin. 
Editor's note: the color copy of this image was lost. 




Adam Case 
Mascot 



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dunk 




Front Row: William Howard, Lewis Younger, Joshua McGowan, Jeremy Wilson, James 
Burkes, and DeVarrio Watson. Back Row: Avery Purvis, Krayleon Winston, Mario Casey, 
Flawaan Flaggs, Brandon Harper, Travis Brown, Jarvis Watkins, and Joshua Harvey. 
Not Pictured: Jeremy Williams. 




Assistant Coach: Leon Harris 



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Date 


Opponent 


Results 


Nov. 6 


Itawamba 


Lost 72-64 


Nov. 10-11 


Southern Univ. Tournament 


Won 78-65 
Lost 67-64 


Nov. 1 3 


MS Delta 


Won 74-71 


Nov. 1 6 


Northwest 


Lost 74-70 


Nov. 28 


MS Delta 


Won 74-71 


Nov. 30 


Southern University 


Lost 68-54 


Dec. 4 


Holmes 


Lost 81-54 


Dec. 7 


Coahoma 


Won 72-65 


Jan. 4 


Holmes 


Won 90-86 


Jan. 8 


Meridian 


Won 63-58 


Jan. 1 1 


Jones 


Won 74-64 


Jan. 16 


Gulf Coast 


Won 72-71 


Jan. 1 8 


Pearl River 


Lost 62-53 


Jan. 22 


East Central 


Won 82-67 


Jan. 25 


Co-Lin 


Lost 69-60 


Jan. 27 


Coahoma 


Lost 64-63 


Jan. 29 


Southwest 


Lost-72-61 


Feb. 1 


Meridian 


Won 76-56 


Feb. 5 


Jones 


Won 77-46 


Feb. 8 


Gulf Coast 


Lost 63-60 


Feb. 12 


Pearl River 


Lost 71-69 


Feb. 15 


East Central 


Won 77-70 


Feb. 22 


Southwest 


Won 64-58 


Feb. 27 


State Tournament- Vs. Itawamba 


Lost 74-62 



Ralph Moore, head men's basketball coach, embarks 
mi his 1 1th season with the Hinds Community 
College Bulldogs on the Utica campus. Coach Moore 
bias experienced much success, as his overall record is 
109-50. 

Coach Moore graduated from McComb High School 
in 1973. He then went on to receive his Bachelor's 
and Master's degrees from Delta State University in 
Cleveland. Prior to coming to Hinds, Moore spent 1 1 
years as an assistant at the University of Southern 
Mississippi. 




Head Coach: Ralph Moore 



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Men's Basketball 



Freshman Kraylon Wilsor 

dribbles his way past a opponerr 

to make his way towards thi 

basket 



William Howard, a 
sophomore foreward, 

scores a basket with 

his dunk against 

Mississippi Gulf Coas 

Community College 



Flawaan Flaggs, a 

sophomore at the 

Utica campus, attempt! 

a three-pointer 



Sophomore 
James Burkes 
prepares to shoot. 








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Front row Chiquita Harrison, Apryl Trimble, Elisha Smith, Victoria Lewis, anc 
Dominique Good. Back row: Kayla Palmer, Candace Johnson, DeAundria Singleton 
Sheba Smith, Tiffany Hill, Constance Marshall, Brittany Banks, Kimeriakis Buck, anc 
Ebony Lockley. 



Micheryln Smith, assistant women's basketball coach, is 
in her first season with the Lady Bulldogs. The 
Yicksburg native holds an Associate of Arts degree from 
Hinds CC and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting 
from Jackson State University. Smith also holds a 
Master's of Education in Health, Physical Education, 
and Recreation from JSU. 

Micheryln has been a counselor and educational 
advisor for Hinds Community College and an 
admissions advisor for Jackson State University. Smith 
is a 1987 graduate of Vicksburg High School 




Micherlyn Smith 



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Date 


Opponent 


Results 


Nov. 4 


Delgado 


Won 67-39 


Nov. 10-11 


Southern Univ. Tournament 


Won 104-54 
Lost 67-64 


Nov. 1 3 


MS Delta 


Lost 48-43 


Nov. 16 


Northwest 


Lost 76-60 


Nov. 28 


MS Delta 


Lost 74-55 


Nov. 30 


Southern University 


Lost 75-55 


Dec. 4 


Holmes 


Lost 100-65 


Dec. 7 


Coahoma 


Won 62-57 


Jan. 4 


Holmes 


Won 67-65 


Jan. 8 


Meridian 


Lost 83-66 


Jan. 1 1 


Jones 


Lost 91-72 


Jan. 16 


Gulf Coast 


Lost 83-75 


Jan. 1 8 


Pearl River 


Lost 89-41 


Jan. 22 


East Central 


Lost 71-57 


Jan. 25 


Co-Lin 


Lost 80-59 


Jan. 27 


Coahoma 


Lost 78-63 


Jan. 29 


Southwest 


Lost 69-63 


Feb. 1 


Meridian 


Lost 87-69 


Feb. 5 


Jones 


Lost 90-64 


Feb. 8 


Gulf Coast 


Lost 74-61 


Feb. 12 


Pearl River 


Lost 66-64 


Feb. 15 


East Central 


Lost 83-59 


Feb. 22 


Southwest 


Lost 98-70 



2ar\ Palmer III is the head women's basketball coach. 
Fhis is Palmer's second year as the head coach for the 
Lady Bulldogs. The Crystal Springs native previously 
>erved as an assistant for one season before being 
sromoted to head coach. He graduated from Crystal 
Springs High School in 1989. 

Palmer received a Bachelor of Science degree in 
diemistry from Alcorn State University in 1993. He 
went on to receive a Master's degree in secondary 
education from Indiana University in 1997. 




Carl Palmer 



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Women's Basketball 




Coach Carl Palmer gives 
pointers to the team during a 

time-out. 



Chiquita Harrison 

freshman from Terry, 

tries for two points against 

Gulf Coast Community 

College 



Freshman Candance Johnson 

from Jackson shoots from the 

three-point line 



Candance Johnson gains 

possession of the ball and shoots 

from top of the key. 



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Womens Tennis Team: Holly Carrol, AllySon McAbee, and Molly 
Foster. Also pictured: Coach Shawn Gerrick and Amber Smith. 




Mens Tennis Team: Jonathan Winningham, Jake Mullins, Paul 
Muffuleto, Garreth DeKlerk, and Daniel Sapp. 



68 




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The Hinds Community College Eagle soccer team won the MACJC State and 
Region 23 Championship October 21 and 22 at Pearl River Community College. 
Hinds defeated the Holmes Bulldogs 3-2 in the championship game and moved to 
a 13-6 overall for the season. They hosted Northern Oklahoma Saturday, October 
28, in Raymond but lost the game to Oklahoma 7-2 finishing the season 13-7 
overall. Pictured above first row: Kevin Conerly, Niles Mosley, Bruce Snow, 
Adam Mayfield, Jack Craven, and Paul Muffuletto. Second row: Adam Fulcher, 
Will Lawshe, Daniel Junkins, Jonathan Colbert, Thad Wade, Perry Miller, and 
Gerard Ashley. Third row: Brad Blackwell, Wesley Keen, Alan Parker, William 
Holley, Garreth DeKlerk, Ryan Odom, and Coach Doug Williams. Not pictured: 
Dexter Moody and Jonny Simmons. 



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Mens Soccer 




72 







devious page: Pearl 
sophomore Paul Mufuletto 
rushes down the field. 



Opposite: Bruce Snow, a 
freshman from Brandon, 
Dasses to a teammate. 



\ Hinds player dribbles 
past the opposing 
defenders. 



Snow takes the corner 
ick. 



>ophomore Brad 
ilackwell from Pearl 
Laneuvers past the 
jpposite team. 



The team prepares for the 
second half of a game. 




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score 



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The Lady Eagles soccer team at Hinds Community College won the MACJC 
Women's State Soccer Championship played October 21 and 22 at Pearl River 
Community College. The Lady Eagles defeated the Lady Rangers of Northwest 
Community College 1-0 giving the Hinds team an overall 14-3 record. Hinds 
then hosted the women's Region 23 Tournament October 27 and 28 in Raymond 
with Hinds, Bossier Parish, Northwest, and Pearl River participating. The Hinds 
Lady Eagles won 3-2 over Pearl River and then defeated the Lady Rangers of 
Northwest 4-2 in a shootout to win the Region 23 Championship. Hinds then 
advance to the NJCAA Southern District game at Narvarro College in Corsicana, 
Texas on Saturday, November 4 but lost the game 1-0 and completed the season 
16-4 with the winner advancing to the NJCAA National in Albany, GA. Pictured 
above first row: Mallory Wells, Courtney Sims, Jessica Porter, Miranda Hunt, 
Keri McGowan, Brittany Jones, and Mary Beth Dodd. Second row: Manager 
Ashley Laird, Cassie McCollum, Victoria Hill, Emily Coker, Megan Humphries, 
Molly Foster, Meggan Prince, Laura Alford, and Manager Hillary Roberts. Third 
row: Student Trainer Relendtrica Thompson, Nadia Baltazar, Meghan 
MacMillan, Amber Smith, Beverly Simmons, Allyson Winn, Sarah Smith, 
manager Maren Beasley, and Coach Kori Crutchfield. 



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Kori Crutchfield is heading into her 
first season as the head coach of the 
Hinds Community College women's 
soccer program. This year, 

Crutchfield led the Lady Eagles to 
the MACJC State and NJCAA 
Region XXIII Championship 
behind a 16-4 record.Crutchfleld 
was a member of the first Lady 
Eagles soccer team started by Patti 
Johnson in 1998. The first season 
ended with Hinds at 11-0 and 
winning women's state and region 
23 soccer championships and a 
berth in the NCJAA District F 
women's tournament. 



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Women's Soccer 




76 





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The HCC golf team consists of: Andrew Dulaney, Race Gordon, Robert Ford, Michael 
Gregory, Hugh McKenzie, Joseth Nicholas Robison, Phillip Sherman, and Edgar 
Williams. 



Anthony Price, the head professional at Eagle 
Ridge Golf Club, has returned as head golf coach 
at Hinds Community College. Price has been the 
head pro at Eagle Ridge for over twenty years. He 
previously served at Hinds' golf coach from 1996- 
2002. During this time, Price had an amazing run 
of success. He was able to capture four state 
championships, winning it all in 1996, 1999, 
2000, and 2002. The Eagles also captured the 
Region 23 championship in 1996 and 2000. 

Price was named Mississippi Junior College Coach 
of the Year in 1996, 1999, 2000, and 2002. 




Coach Anthony Price 



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First Row: Kenny Tackett, Jess Shelby, Kenny Rowan, Eric Douglas, Nicl 
Carson, David Mooney, Corey Stevens, and Steven Price. Second Row: manage 
Franklin Clifton, Trent Carouthers, Alex Ward, Chris Ferriss, Matt Quick 
Brandon Martin, Josh Gordon, Parker White, Sandon Bell, Chris Johnson, anc 
manager Josh Long. Third Row: Coach Sam Temple, Coach Dan Rives, Josepl 
Gex, Reed Prewitt, Jack Craven, Andrew Parrish, Daniel Cowart, Matt Jordan 
Patrick Brawner, Jonathan Ettinger, Neil Barlow, and Coach Javarro January 
Not pictured: Matt Welch and Coach Mike Grzanich. 




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Baseball 




82 




iBrandon Martin throws a pitch at 
the East Mississippi game. 




JThe catcher Alex Ward 
Concentrates on the pitches being 
thrown to him. 



Neil Barlow catches the 
ball in order to get the 
opposing team another out 



g liird baseman Andrew 
Parrish throws the ball to 
first base. 




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i\ few of the players sit in the 
pugout watching the game. 



posh Gordon swings at a ball. 



torey Stevens is congratulated 
pfter scoring a run. 



frrent Carouthers throws 
pumerous pitches against East 
Jvlississippi. 



k Hinds player prepares his 
fctance for the upcoming pitch. 



Lenny Tackett gets many high 
fives after a successful inning. 



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Baseball 

Field Re 



tion 




There were numerous changes taking place at Joe G. Moss Field this year. The 
old backstop was replaced by a 3-foot high brick backstop with netting. There was 
also new black vinyl fencing placed along the foul lines on both sides. New 
dugouts were also put in on the 1st and 3rd base sides, and each dugout was 
named for Marc Basye and Drew Carlisle, members of the 2006 team that were 
tragically killed in an automobile accident in March of 2006. A memorial plaque 
was placed on each dugout in their memory. 




Pictured are members of the Carlisle and Basye immediate family and coaches of the 2006 baseball team. 



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hoto by John McKeller 




jCoach Dan Rives rakes 
the infield dirt while a few 
|)f the players spray it 
Ivith water. 

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'oach Mike Grzanich takes 
lis part in cleaning up the field 
)efore a game. 




paniel Cowart, Matt Quick, 
^nd Trent Carouthers carry the 
Ivater hose to help keep the 
dirt from hardening. 



hoto by John McKeller 



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sprint 



sprmtA 




Track team members include: Willie Blackmore, Cleveland Gipson, William Reed, 
Tazarus Spiller, Jaron Bell, Jonathan Davis, Jerel Hill, Markie Faust, Perry Miller, Terry 
Jackson Jr, Travis Washington, Michael Weldon, David Whitehead, Jamal Moss, and Gus 
Dampier. 



NJCAA Results: 

-18th In The Nation 

-6 All- Americans 

-Jerel Hill - NJCAA 55 meter dash finalist - 6th place 

■Markie Faust - NJCAA 55 meter dash finalist - 8th place 

-Jamal Moss - NJCAA 400 meter finalist - 6th place 

-4x400m relay - NJCAA relay finalist - 6th place 

-Perry Miller - 9th place long jump 

-Michael Weldon - 1 4th place high jump 



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On April 17, the Hinds 4x 1 00m 
relay team recorded the fastest time 
in the United States in 2007 at the 
University of South Alabama. Their 
time of 39. 1 was also the second 
fastest time in the world so far this 
season. This time includes all levels 
of competition, college and 
professional. Team members are 
Jerel Hill, a freshman from 
Vicksburg; Terry Jackson, a 
freshman from Tylertown; Markie 
Faust, a freshman from McComb; 
andTazarus Spiller, a sophomore 
from Greenville. 



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catch 



Vkech\ 




Front Row: Alex Hawkins, Lauren Johnson, Randi Green, Lauren Bush, and Kala 
Griffith. Back Row: Taylor James, Chrysanne Ray, Mary Beth Dodd, Mary Alice Roy, 
Katie Wood, Candace Pocorello, Cyndi Lott, and Coach Andy Lee. Not pictured: 
Danielle Davis. 



Andy is a 1993 graduate of Woodlands Hills 
Academy in Jackson. The Raymond native also is 
a former Hinds alum, competing on the 1994 and 
1995 Hinds World Series teams. He then moved 
on to Delta State University, where he was able to 
achieve much success. The lefty was a two-time 
All-Gulf South Conference member as a starting 
pitcher. He then finished his career in the Boston 
Red Sox minor league organization. 



Lee also previously served as the head baseball 
coach at Canton Academy and is in his second 
season as head softball coach of the Lady Eagles. 






Coach: Andy Lee 



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Freshman Mary Alice Roy makes 
it safely to first base. 



Pitcher Lauren Johnson throws a 
pitch to the opposing team during 
a spring game. 



Coach Andy Lee prepares 
the next batter for her time 
up at the plate. 



Mary Alice Roy throws the 
ball to second base after a 
wonderful catch. 



Sophomore outfielder Cyndi Lott 
makes a catch and throws to ball 
inward. 



Candance Pocorello throws to ball 
towards third after a hard hit to 
right field. 



First baseman Taylor James makes 
a catch before the runner could get 
to first. 



Mary Alice Roy and Candace 
Pocorello intend on making a 
double play. 



Danielle Davis catches the ball 
after a swing and miss. 



Third baseman Randi Green 
prepares herself for the next pitch 



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Allen-Whitaker 
Residence Hall 




Photo bv John McKeller 




Allen-Whitaker Hall is a two-story, brick, L-shaped building 
housing 109 women students with ACT scores of 21 and 
above, or a 2.5 or better GPA for returning students. It is 
staffed by four resident assistants and a hall director. Each of 
the twenty-six suites has two bedrooms with connecting bath. 
Each suite accommodates four students. The carpeted lounge 
contains modern furniture, a piano, and a television. 




Allen-Whitaker residence life 
staff are: Adrienne Idleburg, 
Resident Assistant; Colla 
Chapman, Hall Director; and 
Gabby Robinson, Resident 
Assistant. 



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Davis 
Residence Hall 



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Photo bv John McKeller 



Davis Hall is a five-story building housing 250 women 
students, five student assistants, and a hall director. It is air- 
conditioned, with an elevator, and each floor has a lounge 
overlooking a courtyard designed to provide natural light to 
all five floors. Corridors and lounges are carpeted. Two tile 
baths are located on each floor. Each bedroom 
accommodates two students and is furnished with built-in 
desks, along with beds and a dresser. There are also 
individual closets and a shelf area. 



Davis Residence Life staff 
include: Yolanda Jenkins, Hall 
Director; Deneatta King, Bernice 
Grillier and Courtney Holmes, 
Resident Assistants. 




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Hardy-Puryear 
Residence Hall 




Photo by John McKeller 



Hardy-Puryear Hall is a four-story, air-conditioned brick 
building housing 200 new entering women students. Each floor 
has a carpeted lounge and central bath area. The building is 
staffed by six student assistants and one hall director. Each 
bedroom will accommodate two students, and is furnished built- 
in furniture including a study desk, chair, and chest of drawers. 





Hardy-Puryear Residence Life 
staff include: Ashley Harris and 
Jermia Jerdine, Resident 
Assistants; Sheree Thornton, 
Hall Director; Natalie Moore 
and Natasha Porter, Resident 
Assistants. 



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Marshall 
Residence Hall 





Photo by John McKeller 

Marshall Hall is a two-story air-conditioned brick building 
housing 128 women students and is staffed by a hall director and 
four student resident assistants. Rooms are arranged in four- 
bedroom suites, each with ceramic tiled bath, spacious cabinets 
and closets. The lounge is located at the central entrance and is 
furnished with a television and modern furniture. 



Marshall Residence Life staff 
are: Cynthia Montgomery, Hall 
Director; Amric Williams, 
Porsche Scott, Tasha Leflore and 
Stephanie Taylor, Resident 
Assistants. 




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Pickett 
Residence Hall 





Photo by John McKeller 

Pickett Hall, formerly Main Hall is a two-story brick building 
housing 96 honor women students. The female student must have 
a minimum or maintained 3.0 grade point average or higher and 
have no demerits to be considered for residency in Main Hall 
dormitory. It has four, seven, and eight-person suites with 
bedroom/bath areas upstairs. Downstairs is a sitting area with 
small kitchenettes equipped with a refrigerator, microwave, sink, 
table and chairs. The building also offers two-person bedrooms 
with private baths. 




Pickett Residence Life Staff are: 
Michaela McKay, Cami 
McLaurin, Jessica Johnson and 
Tamara McCarty, Resident 
Assistants; and Glenna Guidry, 
Area Coordinator. 



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Greaves 
Residence Hall 




Photo by John McKeller 

Greaves Hall is an air-conditioned facility for 184 returning male 
students. Each room is equipped with beds, built-in desks, book 
shelves and storage facilities. The building is staffed by one part- 
time hall director and four student resident assistants. One wing is 
reserved for sophomore men with a minimum 2.75 grade point 
average or higher. The wing is equipped with a refrigerator, 
microwave, and television cable in each room. 



Greaves Residence Life staff 
include: Marcus Jamison, Hall 
Director; Casey Cook, Myke 
Gibbs, James Friley and Henry 
Kelley, Resident Assistants. 




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Sheffield-Wooley 
Residence Hall 




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Photo by John McKeller 



Sheffield- Woolley Hall is a four-story, air-conditioned brick 
building housing 200 new entering male students. Each floor has a 
carpeted lounge and central bath area. The building is staffed by 
five resident assistants and one hall director. Each bedroom will 
accommodate two students and is furnished with beds, study desks, 
chairs, and chests of drawers. 





Sheffield-Wooley Residence 
Life staff include: Burt Hart 
and Upton Patterson, Resident 
Assistants; Roger McCarty, 
Hall Director; Johnnie Evans 
and Warner Jordan, Resident 
Assistants. 



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Virden 
Residence Hall 





Photo by John McKeller 



Virden Hall is a two-story building housing 50 honor men students. The male 
student must have a minimum or maintained 2.75 grade point average or 
higher and have no demerits to be considered for residency in Virden Hall 
dormitory. Each four-bedroom suite contains a small foyer, ceramic-tile bath, 
spacious cabinets, and closets. Rooms have Venetian blinds, built-in study 
tables, beds, book shelves, refrigerator, microwave and a phone line. 



Virden Residence Life staff are: 
Ryan Klauck, Dennis Osbourne 
and Kenneth Richmond, 
Resident Assistants; and Glenna 
Guidry, Area Coordinator. 




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Williams 
Residence Hall 





Williams Hall is a nine suite, air-conditioned, renovated facility housing 140 
male students with ACT scores of 21 and above, or a 2.5 or better GPA for the 
returning student. Each room is equipped with beds, desks, closets, and book 
shelves. The building is staffed by five resident assistants and a hall director. 




Williams Residence Life staff 
include: Christian Favorite and 
Douglas Alford, Resident 
Assistants; Glenna Guidry, Area 
Coordinator; Charles Redmon, RJ 
Diaz and Kenneth Broome, 
Resident Assistants. 



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Academic and Technical Center 





The Jackson Campus Academic and Technical Center is just off Interstate 
220 at Sunset Drive and is known for offering state-of-the-art technical 
training. Programs offered at this campus include: Business and Office 
Technology, Paralegal, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Travel and 
Tourism, Culinary Arts, Computer Servicing, Telecommunications, General 
Studies, Mechanical and Architectural Drafting, Geographic Information 
Systems and Child Development. 



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Academic and Technical Center 






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Jackson Campus 



nursing/ Allied Health Center 





The Jackson Campus Nursing/Allied Health Center has seen a steady 
increase in enrollment over the last year. Partnerships with local hospitals 
have provided the Center clinical instructors as well as recruitment and 
retention specialists for healthcare programs. Programs offered include: 
Associate Degree Nursing, Emergency Medical Technology, Dental Assisting 
Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Record Technology, 
Physical Therapist Assistant and Practical Nursing. 



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Rankin Campus 



Pearl Location 





The Rankin Campus offers comprehensive degrees and certificates in 
academic and technical areas. Located on Highway 80 East in Pearl, the 
Rankin Campus offers a four-day school and other flexible course schedules. 
As the second largest location in the Hinds Community College District, the 
Rankin Campus more than doubled its size this year thanks to a generous 
land donation from the Ronnie and Sigrid Garner family. 



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Vicksburg-Warren 
Campus 





A complete academic program is available at this Hinds location on Highway 
27, just east of Vicksburg. The campus multipurpose buidling and annex 
house a wide variety of college-level academic and vocational programs 
including computer technology, drafting, electricity and electronic 
technology, practical nursing and academic classes for an associate degree. 



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Career and 
Technical Programs 




Career and technical programs offered on the Raymond campus include: 
Agribusiness Management, Aviation Maintenance, Avionics, Cout 
Reporting, Land Surveying, Biomedical Technology, Graphic Design, 
Heating and Air Conditioning, Interpreter Training, Irrigation Management, 
Landscape Management, Small Engine and Equipment Technology, 
Veterinary Technology and Auto Mechanics. 



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Utica Campus 




The Utica Campus of Hinds is located in Utica, Mississippi and offers 
coursees of study to students in both academic and career and technical 
programs. The campus publishes both a yearbook and a newspaper that 
serve the students on campus. 



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Dr. Clyde Muse became president of Hinds Community College in 1978, anc 
under his leadership, the college has grown into one of the state's larges 
educational institutions with nearly 16,000 students and six locations, 
graduate of East Central Community College with further degrees from Deltc 
State University and Mississippi State University, Muse works tirelessly tc 
solicit support from the Mississippi Legislature for the state's community college 
system~a system that has benefitted both Muse and thousands of students ir 
Mississippi. Muse's dedication to Hinds was recognized this year as Mississipp 
and the Arts week was dedicated to Dr. and Mrs. Muse for their unfailing 
contributions of time and effort for the betterment of the college. This is one o 
many honors Muse has received for his leadership. A leader in mam 
professional and civic organizations, Muse works to bring the college in close] 
contact with the community. He also supports student activities anc 
understands the educational goals and aspirations of community college 
students. 

Dr. and Mrs. Muse's picture appeared on the cover of the April 2007 issue o 
Jackson Christian Family Magazine, which also included a feature story on ttu 
couple. 



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Dr. George Barnes 
Vice President for Utica Campus, 
Vicksburg-Warren Campus, and 
Administrative and Student Services 



Jackie Granberry 

Vice President for Institutional 

Advancement 





Colleen Hartfield 

Vice President for Community 

Relations 



Dr. Dan Hogan 

Vice President for Raymond Campus, 

Jackson Campus-Nursing/Allied 

Health Center, and Director o 

College Parallel Programs 




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Officers 



Dr. Sue Powell 

Vice President for Rankin Campus, 

Jackson C ampus-Academic/Technical 

Center, and Director of Occupational 

Programs 





Russell Shaw 

Vice President for Business Services 



Thomas Wasson 
Vice President for Physical Plant and 

Auxiliary Services 





Dr. John Woods 

Vice President for Economic 

Development and Training 



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Board of Trustees 




D. G. "Sonny" Fountain Jr. 


Robert Pickett 


Dr. Stephen Handley 


President 


Vice President 


Secretary 


Hinds County 


Warren County 


Hinds County 




Paul Breazeale 
Hinds County 



Rickey Clopton 
Copiah County 



Dr. William H. Dodson 
Rankin County 



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Josephine Hosey 
Claiborne County 



Dr. Annie Kilcrease 
Claiborne County 



Talmadge Portis Jr 
At Large 



Dr. Ginger Smith 
Hinds County 



Dr. James Price 
Warren County 



Dale Sullivan 
Copiah County 



Jobie Martin 
Hinds County 




Dr. Lelia Rhodes 
Hinds County 

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Dr. Lynn Weathersby 
Rankin County 



133 



Administrative 




Jay Allen 



Ken Anderson 



Barbara Blakenship 




Judy Bufkin 



Gloria Coxwell 



Rebecca Davison 




David Durham 



Hilton Dyar 



134 



Non-Teaching 




Willie Ealey 




Melody Field 



Juanita Flanders 




Michael Heindl 



Eldridge Henderson 



135 



Administrative 




Jack Hite 



Bob Hodges 



Thomas Kelly 





Joe Huffman 




Non-Teaching 






Curtis Kynerd 



Michelle Lee 



Samuel Lemonis 




Bob Mayo 



Mary Lee McDaniel 



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Arthur Miller 



Thurman Mitchell 



Jeanette Morrison 





Gene Murphy 



James Pettigrew 



Jerry Roberts 




Kristi Sather-Smith 



Jeremy Smith 



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Non-Teaching 




Chad Stocks 




Thomas Wasson 



Carolyn White 



Brian Toevs 




139 



Faculty/Staff 




Joyce Adams 



Dene Bass 



April Alday 



Nishuta Anugu 





Dottie Binkley 



Sandra Blair 



Heloise Bostick 




Wesley Carson 



Pamela Chapman 



Robert Cheesman 



141 



Faculty/Staff 




Ray Cody 



Rebecca Davidson 



Monica Davis 




Robert Engler 



Beverly Fatherree 



Helen Flanders 



142 




Terry Fletcher 



Kathryn Green Ford 



Jane Foreman 




David Bradley Hall 



David Hawkins 



Judith Hilkert 



143 



Faculty/Staff 




Martha Hill 



Angela Hite 



Joe Johnson 




Melissa Mabry 



Shirley Mays 



Debbie McCollum 



144 




Steven Miller 



Marvin Moak 



Vashti Muse 




Karen Robbins 



Dick Robertson 



Sybyl Robinson 



145 



Faculty/Staff 




Joyce Scott 



Russell Shaw 



Jane Skinner 




Margaret Jane Stauble 



Rick Stubblefield 



Nancy Tenket 



146 




Thomas Wasson 



Sarah Welch 




Tammy Wilkerson 




Lou Anne Williams 



Randy Wilson 




Paula Wimbish 



147 



Students 




Douglas Alford James Baker Cassedra Booker Erica Bowman 





Allyson Brooke Winn Chris Brown 



Dale Brown Shandra Brown 




Deondra Carr 



Iris Carter 



Adam Case 



Charles Clark 



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Sherkita Collins Cornesha Cooper Roderick Dunson 



Eric English 




Johnnie Evans Christian Favorite Betty Funches 



Tony Gaines 



Coby Gaines 




Dawn Garrett 



Latisha Gatlin 



Cory Gray 




149 



Students 




Tina Griffin-West George Haynes Kayla Hubbard JoAnna Hulitt 





Adrienne Idlebury Anna Irwin Phyllis White James Charles Johnson 




Larry Jones 



Warner Jorden Chiquita Kennedy Blake Lewis 



150 




Marquettia Lewis Angel Longino Andrew McBeath Jessica McDowell 




John McKellar Michael McKenny Sharayah McMillan Ke'Shana Miller 





Carlos Morales 



Sarah Moulder 



Lorenzo Nutall 



Michelle Patrick 



151 



Students 




Natasha Porter Trevor Rabalais Theoshia Reese Chivona Roberts 





Christina Ross Mallory Simons 



Marvin Smith 



Willie Sims 



DiJhonne Singleton 




Rachel Swords 



Kenny Tackett 



Rosella Taylor 



152 




Stefanie Taylor Lyndsey Thornton Herbert Watkins Bridget Wigal 




Erica Williams Tomika Winters Clarissa Yarborough 





Eleanor Young 



153 



Graduates 




Sandra 
Abby 



Blanche 
Adams 



Bradley 

Adams 



Allison 
Ainsworth 



Douglas 
Alford 



Bridget 
Allen 




Patience 
Allen 



Shanika 
Allen 



Matt 
Arnold 



John 
Ayom 



Lakisha 
Ball 



Preston 
Banks 





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Lelia 
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Quincy 
Bingham 



Nancy 
Bennett 



Michelle 
Benson 



Gavin 
Birdsons 



Maxie 
Bomer 



Tiffmy 
Benson 




Natwassie 
Booker 



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Jessica 
Boyd 




Ryan 
Burns 



Adam 
Case 



Coty 
Coleman 



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Janice 
Bracey 



Dominique 
Brooks 



Francis 
Brown 



Marissa 
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Lashonda 
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Terra 
Campbell 



Demetria 
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Aaron 
Champion 



Lakesha 
Chandler 



Shaquese 
Clincy 



Lacosta 
Cockrell 




Rachael 
Collier 



Angela 
Cooper 



Argie 
Cooper-Brown 



Cher 
Burch 




Jessica 
Carter 




Mary 
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Ashanti 
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John 
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Brittany 
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Taylor 
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Minnie 
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Carrie 
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Kristin 
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Xavres 
Good 



Leslie 
Hale 



Daryll 
Hawkins 



Spring 2007 




Jeanette 
Grayson 



Vickie 
Green 




Demeka 
Haralson 



Mary 
Hardin 







Michael 
Hawkins 



Willie 
Hawkins 



Harold 
Griffin 



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Barbara 
Griffith 



Deron 
Harmon 



Jarred 
Haynes 




Yolanda 


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Darlene 
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Sherri 
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Joshua 
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Casey 
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Monique 
Isaac 



Cortez 
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Darnell 
Jackson 



Karsteon 
Jackson 



Penyatta 
Jackson 



Richard 
Jamison 




Markeisha 
Jefferson 




Katie 
Johnson 



Katina 
Johnson 



Rebecca 
Johnson 



Teandria 
Johnson 



Loleta 
Kellum 



April 
Kendall 



Malissa 
King 



Valerie 
Jones 




Michael 
Kinsteley 



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Amanda 
Kirkley 



Constance 
Lewis 



Meghan 
MacMillan 



Rachel 
Maske 



Spring 2007 




Keisha 
Knott 



Brenda 
Kyzar 



Jenifer 
Lacey 



Steven 
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Angel 
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Shenika 
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Cheryl 
Manuel 



Constance 
Martin Gray 




Daniel 
Maymon 



Angela 
McElroy 



Brandi 
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Stephanie 
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Nequitta 

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Alison 
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Valerie 
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Alvin 
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April 
Payton 



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Sondra 
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Emily 
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Summer 
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Sheila 
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Cassie 
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Yolanda Courtney 

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Lakesha 
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Michele 
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Malynda 
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Gearlletha 
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Joshua 
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Carrie 
Thames 



Liladdreya 
Thomspon 



Daniel 
Terrell 




Dawn 
Thornton 



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Charlotte 
Thurman 



Shanna 
Tolbert 



Maria 
Walker 



Heather 
Walls 



Florence 
Wiggins 



Jennifer 
Williams 



Allyson 
Winn 



Tomika 
Winters 



Brian 
Turnbow 



Angela 
Turner 



Romondra 
Vance 



Shulounda 
Vontoure 




Gloria 
Watts 




Susan Casmine 

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Assistant Director 



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Band members for 2006-07 include: Lucas Adams, 
Justin Adams, Bobby Bagwell, Phillip Bailey, 
Darlene Baize, Corey Barnes, Jonathan Bennett, 
Justin Bowser, Robin Breland, Quincy Brown, 
Jessica Bryant, Mary Frances Cannon, Brian 
Champion, Natasha Chapman, Mary Charleston, 
Michelle Chase, Ashley Childress, Adam Conerly, 
Robert Curtis, Lawrence Davis Jr., Jeremy Donald, 
Michell Dortch, Audwin DuBose, Ebony Edison, 
Britney Edmond, Lindsey Eidson, Ebonee Evans, 
Ryan Fortenberry, Destiny Foster, Aaron Freeman, 
Latisha Gatlin, Johnny Gibson, Steven Gilmore, 
Kristen Ginn, Blake Graben, Clifton Graham, Cory 
Gray, Damon Gray, Bryson Greer, Ryan Grice, 
Rebekah Gutierrez, Felix Hall, Jeffrey Hall, 
Kimberely Hall, David Harwell, Brent Hensarling, 
Dontavious Howard, Sadarrin Howell, Casey 
Hutson, Kyle Ingram, Victoria Isaac, Dustin Kelly, 
Susan Kittrell, Bradley Krock, Daniel Kyzer, 
Morgan Lamb, Katy Rose Lovell, Elaina Luna, 
Susie Lyons, Nicholas Manton, Brandi McAllister, 
Jamie McAlphin, Abram McDonald, Shalandria 
McGee, Rebecca McMillan, Matthew McMullan, 
Casy McNemar, James Miller, Mernevie Mitchell, 
Latoya Moment, Erin Moore, John Moore, Paul 
Morgan, Raife Oldham, Kayla Parnell, Hannah 
Pearson, Mariah Phalen, Paige Piazza, Adam 
Pinter, Jerrod Pinter, Aaron Polk, Jacob Prine, 
Kayla Pugh, Keri Ranger, Tommie Reginal Jr., 
Matt Richmond, Leigh Ann Ross, Elisabeth 
Sanders, Andrew Sanders, Devin Scurlock, Abbey 
Selby, Neal Selby, Dotti Shaw, Sheniece Shelby, 
Matt Snows, Kristin Sibley, Brandon Sistrunk, 
Ashley Smith, Erin Smith, Jarett Smith, Marvin 
Smith, Stephene Smith Jr., Cory Squires, Erica 
Stapleton, Silas Stapleton, DeAnna Starnes, Chris 
Stutts, Katie Summerlin, Jessie Sweat, Tara 
Temple, Jessica Tillotson, Tyler Trent, Sylvester 
Turnage, Brian Twilley, Jonathan VanHooser, 
Bradley Vanlandginham, Michael Walker, Andrew 
Walters, Leonard Washington, Laura Watkins, 
Courtney Watson, Elizabeth Wells, Justin White, 
Joseph Whittle, Kristopher Yarbrough, James 
Young and Jesse Wright. 







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First Row: Ashley Ray, Erica Woodson, Cassie Gregory, and Kristin Walshock. 
Second Row: Tanesha Grant, Tameika Clavelle, and Can dice Hunter. Third Row: 
Christina Ross, Bridget Wigal, Courtney Shackelford, Keva Carter, Krista Brown, 
Brittany Funderburg, and Jenifer Bailey. Fourth Row: Angel Longino, Sheratin 
Jones, Diedre Wilson, Michelle Patrick, and Jecyn Henry. Fifth Row: Ruth 
Pooley, Lindsay McFarland, Erica Bowman, and Sharayah McMillan. Not 
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;henomenon. Being under the direction of Mrs. Anna Bee, they have 
lerformed all over the world. From the Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, three Gator 
towls, and the first New Orleans Saints' Game to Windsor Court, the World's 
r air, and for Presidents from Eisenhower to George Bush, Sr, and for 
celebrities like Elvis Presley, John Glenn, and more. 




Hi-Steppers 



Mrs. Anna Be 



Mrs. Bee moved to Jackson soon after sh 
married her late husband, Alon Bee. Her firs 
job in Mississippi was teaching dance lesson 
at Byram Attendance Center. The president o 
Hinds Junior College, at that time, was George 
McLendon. He was so impressed with her 
dancers that he offered her a postion teaching 
dance at Hinds. When she first started, 53 
years ago, the dancers at Hinds twirled batons 
Mrs. Bee wantedto change that and patten 
them after the Rockettes. The only problem 
was that they didn't have a name. So they had 
a contest and offered a prize for the winnini 
name. The winning name, of course, was the 
Hi-Steppers. 



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Henry, Krista Brown, and 
Michelle Patrick make sure to 
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for a picture during the 
Hi-Steppers tryouts in the Spring. 



About twenty girls line up on the 
sidelines awaiting their 
performance duirng halftime. 



The Hi-Stepper dance line 
connects by the arms and the legs 
while taking a bow during their 
halftime routine. 




Organizations 



Raymond Campus Choir 





Members of the Raymond Campus Choir perform under the leadership of! 
Terry Fletcher. 



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Honors Program 
Raymond Campus 




Members of the Honors Program included (from back, left): Lindsey King, 
Adam Fulcher, Kevin Conerly, Michael Robertson, Hannah Morris, 
Sheridan Hatcher, Victoria Hill, Janet Koester, Brandon Beasley, Michael 
Hughes, (third row, left) Jade Duran, Lacey Lancaster, Josh Moore, Kim 
Watson, Shawonda Owens, Veronica Harmon, Ryan Klauck, Holly Huntley, 
Charles Etibo, (second row, left) Leni Alex, Mary Franco, Abigail Eager, 
Molly Foster, Chelsey Robertson, Katherine Campbell, Colleen Hughes, 
Victoria Petty, Gearlletha Stevens, Johnathan Etibo, Jacob Smith, (front 
row, left) Cliff Sims, Cassie McCollum, Laura Alford, Taylor George, Ruth 
Johnson, Jessica Fleming, Allison Sutterfleld, Jessica Mann, Lazarus Austin 
and Garland Shurden. Kristi Sather-Smith is the Honors Program Director. 




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Organizations 



Hinds Connection 
Raymond Campus 





Hinds Connection members for 2006-07 included: Katie Armstrong, Ashley 
Barksdale, Ben Bennett, Kristen Blaine, Kayla Braswell, Latorsha Burnett, 
Holly Carroll, Demetria Carter, Iris Carter, Samantha Claypool, Mary 
Myers Franco, Katie Johnson, Camillia Levi, Sarah Little, Courtney 
McLaurin, Will Mendrop, Jasmine Mitchell, Michael Mitchell, Stephanie 
Oberhousen, Ashley Ray, Courtney Roberts, Chelsey Robertson, Mallory 
Simons, Lyndsey Thornton, Ashley Tucker, Ryan Vaughn and Allyson 
Winn. 



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Delta Epsilon Chi 
Raymond Campus 




vlembers of Delta Epsilon Chi included (from back, left): Dana Bailey 
Adviser), Justin Riley, Joe Sawyer, Crystal Beard, Charles Brumfield, (front 
ow, left) Krystal Brown, Stephanie Hardin, Gleniece Robinson, Seaira 
Cendrick and Lamario Latham. 




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Organizations 



Associated Student Government 

Raymond Campus 





Associated Student Government members included (from back, left): 
Wayman Chow, Jonathan Bennett, Kayla Hubbard, Douglas Alford, 
Rodriquez Johnson, Coby Gaines (Reporter/Historian), Steven Jones 
(Parliamentarian-Fall), Jack Hite (Adviser), (second row, left) Allison 
Sutterfield, Lacey Lancaster (Secretary-Spring), Cassie Gregory, Will 
Mendrop, Casy McNemar, Lee Burnham (Secretary-Fall), (front, left) Dr. 
Barbara Blankenship (Adviser), April Payton (Vice President), Jessica 
Fleming, Jo Nelson, Dawn Thornton (Parliamentarian- Spring), Mallory 
Simons (President), Emily Barrett, JoAnna Hulitt, Latonya Gholar, Katrina 
Smith and Angela Hite (Adviser). 



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Agriculture Club 
Raymond Campus 




Members of the Agriculture Club included (from back, left): Wes Brunson, 
Tommy Strickland (Instructor), Christopher McCloud, Britt Magee, Steven 
Holden, Stephen Engemann, Alicia Dufour, Kim Warren, (front, left) Zan 
Tillman, Carla Williamson, Jenny Bibb, Emily Thomas, Melody 
Thomaswezki, Laura Sykes, Amber Johnson and Maggie Crutcher. 




179 



Organizations 



The Eagle Yearbook 





Co-Editors of the 2007-2008 Hinds Eagle Yearbook are freshmen Michelle 
Patrick (left) and Erica Bowman (right). John McKellar (pictured at right) 
contributed photography. Yearbook co-sponsors are Bob Hodges and Ann 
McNair. 



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The Htndsonian Student 
Newspaper 




The Hindsonian newspaper staff for spring 2007 are: (from back left) John 
McKellar, Ricardo Lampkin, Kenneth Broome, editor Douglas Alford, Eric 
Stephenson, Mallory Simons, Christian Favorite, (front) JoAnna Hulitt, 
April Payton, Sharayah McMillan, Tamron Tobias and sponsor Cathy 
Hayden. 




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Organizations 



Hands On Interpreting 
Raymond Campus 





Hands On Interpreting Club members included (from left): Sandra Hester 
(Adviser), Emily Sevier, Demetria Carter, Amanda Kirkley, Tabitha Walker 
and Rolean Bounds. 



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Lambda Beta 
Nursing/Allied Health Center 




Members of Lambda Beta included (from back, left): Sarah Hodges, Ryan 
Williams, Glen Singletary, (front, left) Andrea Lott, Charlotte Thurman and 
Anita Bush. 




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Organizations 



Phi Theta Kappa 
Vicksburg-Warren Campus 





Members of Phi Theta Kappa at Vicksburg- Warren included: Mich Stauts, 
Aaron Pullen, Lindsey Hearn, Amanda Boland, Laura Matthews, Segunna 
Thomas, Jennifer Smith, Emily Edwards, Alicia Graves, Elizabeth Gent, 
Abby Watson and D. J. Watson. 



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Student Government 
Rankin Campus 




Members of the Rankin Student Government included (from left): 
Alejandra Tarazona, Leah Hughes, Joanne Carter, Jill Morgan (Adviser), 
Cindy Holton (President) and Abby White. 




185 



Graduation 



Fall Candids 






Spring Candids 




189 



Dedication 



Bob Hodges 





In grateful appreciation of his 40-plus years of service to Hinds 
Community College and The Eagle, we dedicate this book to Mr. Bob 

Hodges, who retired in 2007. 



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telepathy, time travel and flight. These 
people soon realize they have a role 
in saving mankind. 



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After 35 years of 
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will retire. Barker 
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her own brand of Olive Oil 

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aptly named "Every Day With 

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channel ESPN in a $1.1 billion 
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and immediately put them up for 

sale online - some PS3s sell for as 

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Breaking up is now as easy as 

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