Spring 2006 Issue of Centenary magazine
|Shelter from the Storms|
A detailed, day-by-day accounting of Centenary's response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, including how the College community lodged Dillard University evacuees and volunteered at local shelters
Centenary celebrates the 40th birthday of a one-of-a-kind English textbook, A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature, penned by four Centenary professors and an alumna
President Schwab introduces the new Centenary Magazine to replace newspaper-style Centenary Today
Snippets of exciting college news, from campus makeovers to the 75th anniversary of Maroon Jackets
Highlighting upcoming events this spring like the ACS Gender Studies Conference, Hurley concerts, MLP performances and art at Meadows Museum
Centenary's natural science division earns prestigious awards, research grants
Ladies and Gents score big in tennis, soccer and other fall sports, while anticipating spring games in baseball and more
Student Carrie Weber captures Centenary's hurricane relief efforts in Slidell, La.
Photos from Homecoming '06 and alumni award recipient sketches
Far & Wide
Class notes help answer the question, "Where are my classmates now and what are they up to?"
Profile of alumnus Lorin Anderson, golf enthusiast and magazine editor
Alumna Carla Madison LeBoeuf recounts her Hurricane Rita story and how South Louisiana will one day be okay again
Consider joining alumni who are traveling to Russia in September to cruise the passage of Peter the Great
Author of 2001's 'Drowning New Orleans' Attaway Fellow Mark Fischetti visits campus, enlightens audiences
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