Centenary College of Louisiana
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The Forum, Centenary College's annual symposium hosted by the Philosophy Department, presents "Diversity and Racial Justice."
Harlem Globetrotter and Centenary alumnus Herbert "Flight Time" Lang '98 is paying a visit to his alma mater on Monday, January 26.
Magale Library will feature the works of artist Ellen Soffer this February.
Author, speaker, and New Monastic Leader Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove will visit the Centenary community on January 28 and January 29.
The Consul General of France in New Orleans will visit Centenary to award the prestigious French Legion of Honor to three American World War II veterans.
Centenary's Office of Admission will host an Open House for prospective students and their families on Saturday, January 31 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Lecturer in Dance, Anna Kirkes seeks to revive Centenary's performing tradition.
The Choir hit the road for the spring semester to perform at the First United Methodist Church in Monroe, Louisiana, but the action has just begun.
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