WSCC Music Department Spring Show

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Jazz aficionados and music lovers in general can enjoy a live concert Thursday, April 25, when the Wallace State Music Department presents its Spring Show. The 7 p.m. event will be held in the Recital Hall of the Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts on the camps of Wallace State…

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WSCC athletics roundup: Softball remains tied for first in ACCC North after strong weekend; baseball wins four-game set vs. Calhoun

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s defending state champion softball team remains atop the Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) North Division standings after winning three of four games over the weekend. The Lady Lions (41-10, 14-4 ACCC) split a Saturday doubleheader with Snead State and swept Shelton State at Bobby McCracken Stadium Sunday. Wallace State, which donated…

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Wallace State softball coach Jayne Clem collects 700th career win as Lady Lions crush Calhoun in doubleheader sweep

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State softball coach Jayne Clem has achieved another milestone, collecting her 700th career win Thursday night, as the Lady Lions slugged their way to a doubleheader sweep over Calhoun, winning 9-1 and 12-3. Clem, in her 14th season with the program, currently has a 700-174 career record with the Lady Lions and…

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Professional storyteller Nina Reeves captivates Wallace State audience during Arts in April author forum

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CONTACT: Russell Moore, Communications and Marketing, Wallace State Community College, 256.352.8443, russell.moore@wallacestate.edu HANCEVILLE – Wallace State Community College continued its annual Arts in April author forum recently, welcoming notable storyteller Nina Reeves to campus. Reeves, a Mississippi native and Birmingham resident, has served as an educator and minister for more than 40 years, while carving…

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Ole Miss Philosophy Scholar Dr. William F. Lawhead discusses living practical in the real world during Wallace State humanities forum

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CONTACT: Russell Moore, Communications and Marketing, Wallace State Community College, 256.352.8443, russell.moore@wallacestate.edu HANCEVILLE – Wallace State Community College welcomed University of Mississippi Philosophy Scholar Dr. William F. Lawhead to campus for a humanities forum during the college’s seventh annual Arts in April festivities. Lawhead is the Philosophy and Religion Department Chair at Ole Miss and…

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Wallace State Program Celebrates Occupational Therapy Month

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CONTACT: Gail Crutchfield, Communications and Marketing, Wallace State Community College, 256.352.8064, gail.crutchfield@wallacestate.edu HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Faculty and students in the Occupational Therapy program at Wallace State Community College are taking the month of April to help educate the public about the field during Occupational Therapy month. The Hanceville campus offers an Associate in Applied Science…

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Speaker demonstrates power struggle during Civil Rights Movement

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CONTACT: Gail Crutchfield, Communications and Marketing, Wallace State Community College, 256.352.8064, gail.crutchfield@wallacestate.edu HANCEVILLE, Ala. – It started with one person facing off against three others who represented government, money and power. It ended with that one person being joined by many others and succeeding in a battle over human rights.     That was the…

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Wallace State softball, baseball teams to donate Saturday’s home proceeds to Breast Cancer Research; softball’s Clem two wins away from 700

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State’s softball and baseball teams will donate their Saturday home game proceeds to Breast Cancer Research. Wallace State softball hosts Snead State in a doubleheader beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, and the baseball team welcomes Calhoun for a doubleheader beginning at 3 p.m. Wallace State softball is also home Thursday against Calhoun…

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Wallace State Concert Choir Performances in Washington D.C. on Saturday, April 20, and Monday, April 22

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The Wallace State Concert Choir will be traveling Washington, D.C. this weekend, and we would like to invite Congressman Aderholt, his office staff and anyone else interested to attend one or both of their performances: Saturday, April 20, 2013 – Lincoln Memorial Performance 1:15-1:45pm Wallace State College Concert Choir performance at the Lincoln Memorial {weather…

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