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Pellissippi State campuses host free Black History Month events

Pellissippi State Community College is celebrating Black History Month with numerous events at its five campuses throughout February. Activities are free and the community is invited. The Magnolia Avenue Campus starts the month-long activities with “Healthy Pelli: Campus Health Fair,” … Continue reading

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Pellissippi State: Poet Dunbar topic of Feb. 6 Faculty Lecture Series talk

The enduring poetry of African-American poet Paul Laurence Dunbar will be the topic of two Faculty Lecture Series presentations at Pellissippi State Community College in February. Robert Boyd presents “A Salute to Dunbar,” reading selections from “The Complete Poems of … Continue reading

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Sculptor Padrón brings ‘Journeyman’ exhibit to Pellissippi State

Sculptor Raymond Padrón brings a one-man show of his far-ranging and eclectic pieces to Pellissippi State Community College in February, part of The Arts at Pellissippi State. “Journeyman,” featuring the artist many may know from his public art installations in … Continue reading

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Young filmmakers address making a difference at ‘Give a Damn?’ showing, Q&A

Can you make a difference? Students and the community have the opportunity to pose that and other significant questions to three young activist filmmakers Pellissippi State Community College is hosting on Friday, Feb. 7. The filmmakers will take part in … Continue reading

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Politics, security expert to speak at Pellissippi State showcase

Pellissippi State Community College hosts Steven P. Bucci as the featured speaker Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Student Speech Showcase. The showcase is sponsored by Pellissippi State’s Communication Club. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the Goins Building Auditorium … Continue reading

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Pellissippi State offers free financial aid workshop

The process of applying for financial aid can seem overwhelming for both students and parents, but Pellissippi State Community College makes it easier on College Goal Sunday, a free workshop Jan. 26. College Goal Sunday is 9 a.m.-2 p.m. in … Continue reading

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Pellissippi State hosts Medic Mobile in Hardin Valley

Medic Regional Blood Center will host a blood drive at Pellissippi State Community College’s Hardin Valley Campus on Jan. 22. The Medic Mobile is scheduled to be at the campus, 10915 Hardin Valley Road, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., … Continue reading

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The Arts at Pellissippi State: Spring events range from art exhibits to theatre productions

More chances to enjoy dance, song, culture, art and theatre abound this spring as the 2013-2014 Arts at Pellissippi State, a series of events celebrating arts and culture, continues. Many of the presentations are free, and all are open to … Continue reading

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Unique collaboration on ‘Art Histories’ comes to Pellissippi State

The Arts at Pellissippi State kicks off the new year with a special art exhibit, “Art Histories,” featuring the work of S. L. Dickey and Tom Wegrzynowski, in January and February. “Art Histories” is on exhibit at the Bagwell Gallery … Continue reading

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Pellissippi State plans New Student Orientation sessions

Preparing to attend Pellissippi State Community College during the spring 2014 semester? Make plans now to attend a New Student Orientation session. The free sessions are required of all first-time degree-seeking freshmen. Orientation also is recommended for transfer students and … Continue reading

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