Centenary Graduates Are Going Places!
Payton Bannon, Biology
LSU Heath Science Center
In academics and extracurriculars, Payton is a moving force at Centenary. Having served as president of her sorority and maintained strong academic standing in her biology field, her experiences have made her more than ready to tackle the challenges of medical school.
Meg Crowly, Biology
Texas Womans University
PhD, Physical Therapy
As team captain of the Centenary gymnastics team, she played a pivotal role in leading the team to a third place finish at the USA Gymnastics National Championships her senior year. Next year, Meg will focus her talents to pursuing a PhD in Physical Therapy.
Chelsi Hefner, Music
Whether singing in Italy with the Centenary Choir or answering questions onstage in the Miss Louisiana Contest, Chelsi was born to perform. This upcoming year, she will work as Miss Shreveport supporting local awareness and charity efforts.
Kendall Hughes, Biology and
Teach for America
Whether it be her leadership through the Christian Leadership Center for four years or being the SGA President her senior year, Kendall has been a true leader on Centenary's campus. Next year she will shift her leadership into positively impacting youth through Teach for America!
Samarra Kinchen, Neuroscience
University of Houston
As a student worker manager and Hall Director, Samarra knows what it means to engage in leadership roles on campus. Studying neuroscience for four years, she is ready to build onto her knowledge in pharmacy school.
Kyle Kraemer, Psychology and Biology
University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa
PhD, Experimental Psychology
Having journeyed to India one summer for Centenary's May Module, Kyle has immersed himself in an enlightening cultural experience that has shaped his understanding of the world. This new understanding will drive him in his future psychology studies at the graduate level.
Joshua Scott, Business Economics and Finance
Having been a member of the Centenary swim team and president of his fraternity, Joshua is taking the leadership skills he gained through his extracurricular endeavors and transitioning them into the workplace.
Courtney Cleveland, Psychology
and Art: Visual Culture
Oklahoma State University
Whether it be in the classroom or on the soccer field, Courtney excels. A member of the Ladies soccer team, she was also involved in Zeta Tau Alpha and numerous other organizations. Next year, she will be excelling in the Oklahoma State University Education Specialist program.
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A Look Back
On Wednesday, August 19, 2009, the Class of 2013 arrived on campus: take a look at your first days! Seems like just yesterday...
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