No. 25 Wallace State men’s basketball, the defending conference champ, to lean on sophomore Lee Moore and myriad of freshmen in 2014-15

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s 25th-ranked men’s basketball team opens the 2014-15 season this weekend at the Chipola Classic in Marianna, Fla. One thing is for certain this season for the defending Alabama Community College Conference/Region 22 champions: sophomore guard Lee Moore will take the court each night as one of the top junior college…

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Wallace State to host Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) volleyball tournament this weekend; Lions seek 6th straight title

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s volleyball team is searching for its sixth straight conference title beginning Saturday, and the Lions have the opportunity to achieve the championship on their home court for the second consecutive season. Wallace State is hosting the ACCC/NJCAA District O & P tournament at Tom Drake Coliseum on Nov. 1-2. Matches…

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The Wallace State Community College Symphonic Band performs “A Salute to Veterans” in 2013. The band will present its 2014 “A Salute to Veterans” at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Burrow Center Recital Hall.

WSCC Concert Band to present Veterans Day program

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Community College Symphonic Band will present a special performance honoring service men and women at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 4, in the recital hall of the Burrow Center for Fine and Performing Arts. Under the direction of Terry Ownby, the band will present “A Salute to Veterans” featuring a…

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Free workshop offered for child care workers, educators and parents

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Educators, child care workers and even parents or guardians who want to find entertaining ways to teach children will benefit from a free workshop to be offered at Wallace State Community College. The college’s Child Development program has partnered with Child Care Central to offer “Learning Games: Exploring the Senses Through Play”…

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Wallace State’s Sigma Kappa Delta English Honor Society earns Ivy Chapter designation for Theta Delta Chapter

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College’s Theta Delta Chapter of Sigma Kappa Delta, the English Honor Society for community colleges, has been designated as an Ivy Chapter for the 2013-14 academic year. Colleges who earn Ivy Chapter recognition have achieved the highest mark within the organization. They have successfully represented the core values of Sigma…

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Wallace State volleyball finishes regular season with perfect conference record

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HANCEVILLE – Wallace State volleyball completed a perfect regular season run in Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) action on Wednesday night, sweeping archrival Gadsden State 25-21, 25-22, 25-17, on the road. Wallace State (32-8, 14-0 ACCC), which clinched its seventh straight regular season conference title on Oct. 16 with a victory over Faulkner State, dominated…

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The first class of the Wallace State Community College Patient Care Specialist program includes from left, Trinity Earwood, Courtney Phelps, Rachel Brauer, Angela Kornegay and Taylor Bailey.

New program offers students quicker entry into workforce

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  HANCEVILLE, Ala. — They are a small contingent of students, but they are pioneers in a new program at Wallace State that is training the healthcare workers of the future. They share a common goal of getting a quick start in working in the healthcare field by earning certifications that will take them less…

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Wallace State graduate Javier Morales visits campus in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College alumnus Javier Morales visited campus recently in recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month. Morales, who earned an associate’s degree from Wallace State in Human Services, spoke to students during his first presentation and to the college’s faculty and staff the following day during a professional development opportunity. The event was…

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