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Centenary fraternity organizes state-wide flood relief effort
Centenary's Alpha Iota Chapter of Kappa Alpha fraternity has organized the "KAjun KAns" initiative to assist citizens devastated by the historic flooding in south Louisiana last month.
Centenary president Holoman to speak at Alumni Association annual meeting
President Christopher L. Holoman will speak at the College's Alumni Association Annual Meeting on Tuesday, September 27 at 5:30 p.m. in Kilpatrick Auditorium.
Centenary named Louisiana's only Tier One National Liberal Arts College
Centenary College has been designated a Tier One National Liberal Arts College for the sixth straight year in U.S. News & World Report rankings released September 13.
Centenary faculty to participate in Sci-Port community forum
Three Centenary faculty members will lend their expertise to "Should we engineer the mosquito?," a community forum hosted by Sci-Port Discovery Center on Saturday, September 17 at 6:00 p.m.
Centenary marks Constitution Day with examination of death penalty
Criminal defense attorney Meghan Shapiro will speak at Centenary's annual Constitution Day observation on Thursday, September 15 at 11:10 a.m. in the Whited Room.
Washington Monthly names Centenary a "Best Bang for the Buck" college
The publication's fourth annual ranking identifies American colleges and universities that consistently deliver an affordable, high-quality education that positions students for career success.
Alien life gains foothold at Meadows via multimedia exhibition
Artist Steve Zihlavsky uses reclaimed scrap materials to conjure extraterrestrial creatures and landscapes in the Meadows Museum through October 5 in the exhibition entitled "The Court of King Skebal."
Centenary raises over $5 million in most recent fiscal year
Centenary College ended its fiscal year on June 30 with an impressive $5.1 million fundraising total, including a $2 million anonymous estate gift announced in early June.