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PJC Regents hear from students on Community College Day

Published or Revised March 02, 2015

Three of the six Paris Junior College students who attended Community College Day gave their firsthand impressions of the trip to the Board of Regents at its meeting Thursday evening, Feb. 26.

The three included Jeramy Howell, who graduated from the Fannindel school district and is a political science major; Lavelt Page of Dallas, currently the student assistant with the men’s basketball team who plans to go into sports administration; and Lisa Dawes, who returned to school after 21 years in the U.S. Air Force and is an education major. The mother of two is originally from Sulphur Springs, graduated from Greenville High School and now lives in Paris.

All praised PJC and the opportunity to go to Austin and take their messages to the Legislature. They were pleased to relate to the Regents that they were going to leave PJC debt-free.

“I left that day proud of our PJC students and knowing that the world is in good hands when we are represented by folks like this,” said PJC President Dr. Pam Anglin.

In other business the Regents:

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