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EMCC'S 'MR. JOHNNY' SERVING UP FOOD, HOSPITALITY FOR DECADES

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EMCC’S ‘MR. JOHNNY’ SERVING UP FOOD, HOSPITALITY FOR DECADES

Johnny Boyd, 60, began working in in the cafeteria on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus as a dishwasher before he was old enough to drive. Forty-five years later, "Mr. Johnny," as he is called by students, can be found most days in the same cafeteria where he now serves as head chef.

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An open house and ribbon cutting was held the morning of Tuesday, July 17, for the Early Childhood Academy on East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.

OPEN HOUSE, RIBBON CUTTING HELD FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD ACADEMY

July 17, 2018

An open house and ribbon cutting was held the morning of Tuesday, July 17, for the Early Childhood Academy on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus. More


On July 13, officials from the Mississippi House and Senate, the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration, and the Bureau of Building, Grounds and Real Property Management toured our Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence 2.0, which is under construction at the entrance to the Golden Triangle Regional Global Industrial Aerospace Park in Lowndes County.

STATE LEGISLATORS, OFFICIALS TOUR EMCC'S CMTE 2.0 AND STUDENT UNION

July 16, 2018

On July 13, officials from the Mississippi House and Senate, the Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration, and the Bureau of Building, Grounds and Real Property Management toured our Center for Manufacturing Technology Excellence 2.0, which is under construction at the entrance to the Golden Triangle Regional Global Industrial Aerospace Park in Lowndes County. More


Children, pastors and chaperones from churches across Mississippi are taking part in the annual Ikthoos Camp held each summer on East Mississippi Community College’s Scooba campus.

EMCC LIKE HOME FOR MANY IKTHOOS CAMP ATTENDEES

July 12, 2018

Children, pastors and chaperones from churches across Mississippi are taking part in the annual Ikthoos Camp held each summer on East Mississippi Community College's Scooba campus. More