CCC hosts stage play to raise domestic violence awareness
CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College students, faculty, staff and community members experienced an emotional roller coaster Wednesday night as they watched the urban socio-drama stage play, Isolated, which chronicles the life of Pamela Adams Whitt who survived domestic violence that could have killed her.
Tigers contribute in local Tennessee Williams Festival
CLARKSDALE – A group of Coahoma Community College students now have a greater appreciation for Clarksdale native son and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tennessee Williams after participating in Clarksdale’s annual Tennessee Williams Festival.
CCC hosts MS Corridor Consortium’s 2016 Fall Workforce Summit
CLARKSDALE – Workforce leaders, public officials and higher education representatives from across the state convened on the campus of Coahoma Community College for the Mississippi Corridor Consortium’s Fall 2016 Workforce Summit.