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Centenary College's Kilpatrick Auditorium will serve as the host site for a televised Mayoral Forum.
Centenary's Religion Matters speaker series is hosting journalist Sarah Posner to speak on polarization in the American Jewish community.
Centenary's Head Men's Basketball Coach Adam Walsh received High Point University's Young Alumni Achievement Award earlier this month.
The Friends of the Algur Meadows Museum will host the Cirque de Shreve Benefit at Pinewold Manor Saturday, November 1.
Centenary's fall 2014 issue of Encircle, a publication that shares stories of graduates, faculty, staff, and students making significant impacts, is out.
The Centenary College Choir is preparing for this year's Rhapsody in View performances during Homecoming weekend.
Homecoming and Parents & Family Weekend is just around the corner, with events running Friday, October 24 through Sunday, October 26.
Dean of Students Mark Miller has been named president of the Louisiana Association of College and University Student Personnel Administration.
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