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Centenary College and the United Methodist Foundation of Louisiana will host The Power of Legacy: Living Well Now and Into the Future seminar.
This summer, Facilities Services organized a large donation of furniture and other items to give to the Shreveport-Bossier Rescue Mission.
Centenary's Meadows Museum has compiled an eclectic and ambitious 2014-2015 exhibit schedule, beginning with the Centenary in Paris exhibit.
Centenary College has appointed former Global Strike Command financial manager Robert "Bob" Blue as Vice President of Finance and Administration.
Centenary's Les Editions Tintamarrehas added yet another piece of literature to its growing library of works.
Senior Angelle Devillier '15 of Bunkie, Louisiana, did not go home for summer vacation, but worked alongside family nevertheless.
There is a new vehicle on Centenary's campus that is drawing the attention of students, and it is not a fancy car.
Centenary College is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.
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