b'Students perform at Point of iMPAC eventOn the evening of February 25, student groups performed in two shows, marking the opening of the Immersive Media Performing Arts Center (iMPAC) at the Harrison County Campus.The performances were offered in multiple events to provide for social distancing at each performance. Student performers toured the facility before the performances, including the recording studio, green rooms for performers, and black-box theater.Students performed on the main stage in the auditorium, providing them with the opportunity to entertain guests at a world-class entertainment venue.Student groups performing at the inaugural event included Coastal Vibrations, Jazz Band, JC Voices, Mississippi Sound, Perkette Dance Team, Perkinston Concert Choir, Saxophone Quartet, Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble, Tuba/Euphonium Quartet, Wind Ensemble, and the Woodwind Ensemble.Coast business leaders speak at Student Leadership ConferenceAlmost 100 student leaders from MGCCCs ten campuses and centers participated in the Student Leadership Conference held on February 25.Students were able to engage with coast business leaders during a Q&A session.The panel included Rebecca Powers, District Two supervisor for Harrison County; Lee Bond, CEO of Singing River Health System; and Richmond Vincent Jr., president and CEO of Goodwill Industries of South Mississippi and Goodworks Inc. 9'