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Centenary College's Department of Theatre and Dance and Hurley School of Music will combine forces to present Rags: The Musical.
Hurley School of Music's Centenary Youth Orchestra will present its second concert Sunday, March 29, under the direction of Dr. Todd Gabriel.
Centenary College of Louisiana and the local district of the United Methodist Church are partnering this spring to offer a special Easter Sunrise Service.
This January, Dr. Lisa Nicoletti was invited by the Anne Frank House to conduct research on Otto Frank's photography.
Religion Matters concludes its speaker series for 2014-2015 with theologian and professor of religion Dr. Meredith Minister of Shenandoah University.
Archives and Special Collections completes a collaborative project to digitize and make 73 volumes available of Louisiana Methodist conference journals.
Fifteen prospective students were selected to receive Centenary scholarship awards following intensive interviews held during Scholars Weekend.
Continuing a spring tradition, Centenary students, faculty, and staff will gather on Saturday, March 21 for BIG Event 8.
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