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Centenary Archives partners with SMU to digitize Methodist publications
Researchers now have access to publications documenting congregations along Louisiana's Gulf Coast and in East Texas during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Centenary president to open academic year at annual convocation
President Dr. Christopher L. Holoman will welcome students, faculty, and staff back to campus on Thursday, August 25 at the annual President's Convocation in Brown Chapel.
New exhibits opening at the Meadows Museum of Art
Parisian Monuments, Alien Landscapes, and Corrupt Elections on Display at the Meadows.
Centenary Muses make it easier for Centenary students to get around
Two passenger buses are in service at Centenary thanks to the Muses.
Centenary student attends White House summit
Cheredith Rhone '17 was invited to attend The United State of Women summit at the White House this summer.
Enrollment underway for Centenary Piano Preparatory Program
The Piano Preparatory Program offers private lessons and class piano instruction to students ages 5 to 18.
Centenary Youth Orchestra sets 2016-2017 auditions
Auditions for the third season of the Centenary Youth Orchestra will be held on August 13 and 27 at 1:00 p.m. at the College's Hurley School of Music.
Centenary alumnus composes new film soundtrack
Centenary alumnus and Shreveport native James Eakin '00 will return home for the August 4 world premiere of the movie Cut to the Chase.