Applications for the Fall 2012 class are online! Please go to the PN Admission tab for your packet today! Applications will be accepted until April 1, 2012 .
Combined audiences of approximately 1500 people heard Holocaust survivor Henry Greenbaum tell of his harrowing experiences in the attempted Genocide of the Jews and other groups of people by the Nazis and their collaborators during World War II. Greenbaum spoke for almost an hour in the Randolph County Development Center November 15 and 16 without notes, […]
It’s easy to forget what’s happened in the past, but sometimes where we have been is just as important as where we are heading. Therefore, for my first post on this exciting new site, I’ve cataloged BRTC’s DE journey as it unveils through The River’s Edge. I don’t necessarily expect anyone to read through this, […]
The 6th Annual BRTC Foundation Gala has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 6, according to Ann Savage, Director of Marketing and Public Relations at BRTC. Tickets for this elegant event are now on sale at a cost of $125 per couple, which includes dinner, valet parking and coat check. Limited seating is available,” said Savage, […]
BRTC has signed an articulation agreement with Arkansas State University’s Dietetics program signaling ASU’s willingness to accept BRTC Dietetics students, according to Angie Caldwell, Vice President for Technical Education at BRTC. “The purpose of this agreement is to assist students holding an Associate of Applied Science degree in Dietetics from BRTC to transition smoothly to […]
In conjunction with its cultural presentation for Black History Month, the President’s Leadership Council (PLC) sponsored a lecture by Ethel Tompkins, Hoxie native, on the integration of the Hoxie School in 1955. A total of 25 African American students initially entered the school system, but 21 of the students remained enrolled in the 1,000 -student school. Tompkins was one of the 21. Retired from the Hoxie library, Tompkins devotes […]