Centenary College of Louisiana
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Centenary College will be the host site for a televised U.S. Senate Debate at Marjorie Lyons Playhouse on Tuesday, October 14.
Faculty Director of the Centenary Film Society Dr. Jefferson Hendricks has announced the Film Society's fall 2014 programming schedule.
Graduates of the Frost School of Business Executive MBA program are seeing the fruits of their labor bloom in an exciting multi-million dollar venture.
Centenary alumnus and professional composer James Eakin '00 will be on campus this Friday, September 19, at 4 p.m. in the Anderson Auditorium.
Centenary will observe Constitution day by hosting a special convocation address by Dr. Christopher Parker, Assistant Professor of Political Science.
Centenary's Office of Admission will host an Open House for prospective students Saturday, September 20.
Centenary alumni Sara Herbert '06 and Chris Jay '02 will host the third installment of their live storytelling event, All Ya'll Live this Saturday.
The Meadows Museum of Art hosts "Relaying: Testimonies on Motherhood Lost" by Israeli multidisciplinary artist Mali De-Kalo.
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