• Panola College Drama's production of The Exonerated brought home 20 awards from the TCCSTA State Play Festival held at LCS-Kingwood this past week. Superior Production Trophy, Kyree Williams, Sophomore, was awarded the Bill Morton Acting Challenge Award (best actor), Avery Tindol, Superior-Acting, Darian Upshaw and Carenza Johnson, Excellence in Acting, The following students were awarded a Director's Superior in the following Technical areas, Ben Charrez,Stage Mangement, Mariah Fulbright, Assistant Directing, Christin Lindgren, Dramaturgy and Lobby Design, Alex Dutton, Lighting Design, Laura "Alfy" Lindsey, Sound Design, Keelan Moses, Costume Design, Nicole Cassell, Make-up Design Kaycee Ricketson, Scene Design, Ethan Xiu, Projection Design. Receiving the Respondents Award for Excellence in Tech were Kaycee Ricketson for Scene Design and Shadow Play Design, Ethan Xiu for Projection Design, Dewey Brannan III for Scrim Lighting Design. Panolal College's entire cast and crew received the Honor Crew award as well. PC Drama Director Karen King said, "I am so proud of these students. At the end of our production as the house went dark for the curtain call, the entire audience rose to their feet as one to give a standing ovation. It was an incredible moment for our students!" March 2, 2015

SGA to discuss higher tuition and bond election

SGA to discuss higher tuition and bond election

The Student Government Association (SGA) will meet February 15 in the Murphy Payne Community Room, located in the Library, to discuss several important topics that students might want to hear about.  The SGA encourages all students to show up at the meeting, at 12:30 p.m., to hear what changes could be coming to Panola College. The agenda for the meeting as is follows…

-Roll Call

-Pledge

-Reading of minutes

-Calendar of events

-SALT (Save a Life Today) Suicide awareness

-Recycling discussion (maybe)

-Discussion on Safety Week, re-examined

-Bond Election

                Steve Williams and Don Clinton are seeking SGA’s support for tuition increases and a school bond election. The tuition increase will cover the rising cost of education. The bond election will call for vast building improvements on out campus.

-5k run update

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