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Coahoma Debuts New Magazine

“ROAR Magazine,” Coahoma Community College’s first flagship publication, debuted last week during the Ninth Annual Presidential Gala, according to Marriel C. Hardy, chief communications officer of the CCC Office of Communications and Marketing.

Coahoma Debuts New Magazine

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Marriel Hardy

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Wed Oct 2, 2019

Roar Magazine Cover“ROAR Magazine,” Coahoma Community College’s first flagship publication, debuted last week during the Ninth Annual Presidential Gala, according to Marriel C. Hardy, chief communications officer of the CCC Office of Communications and Marketing.

“Most institutions of higher learning have a flagship or general-interest magazine that showcases their crowning achievements," said Hardy. "We developed ROAR Magazine to do just that - to exhibit the very best of Coahoma Community College."

Hardy said the name of the magazine came about as a symbolic ode to a resounding tiger’s release of triumph.

"It truly reflects who we are as an institution," said Hardy. "For 70 years, we have offered a first-rate education in a world-class environment. We're a top-ranked two-year college, but we also are committed to ensuring our students benefit directly from our history of service. Coahoma has beaten many odds and is still standing. We think we've showcased this well in the inaugural issue."

ROAR Magazine will serve to be vital to the prosperity of the institution. By documenting the institution's vigorous culture on campus and off, the periodical will engage its readers - alumni, parents, members of the local community, faculty, and staff-both intellectually and emotionally, nurturing a relationship that leads to participation in the life of the institution and continued financial support.

CCC President Dr. Valmadge T. Towner is thrilled with the inaugural issue and applauds CCC staff members for a job well done.

Roar Magazine“We are grateful to our Branding and Communications department for having the desire, insight, and energy to harness their gifts and talents in order to produce a wonderful magazine,” said Towner.

“ROAR Magazine is a classy, first-class publication that cleverly memorializes the 70th ‘birthday’ of the college. I believe that ROAR will become a keepsake that people will cherish long beyond the current hour of 2019. I am grateful to Mr. Hardy and his team for their efforts. We can all have pride when we read and see ROAR Magazine,” Towner added.

Work has already begun on the next issue. Individuals interested in submitting notes for inclusion should visit: http://www.coahomacc.edu/communications/share-your-news/index

Other comments or story ideas can be emailed to: announcements@coahomacc.edu

View ROAR Magazine online: http://online.fliphtml5.com/teqzk/nkst/