CENTENARY COLLEGE OF LOUISIANA
Snapshots from President's Convocation
August 25, 1998, Brown Memorial Chapel, Centenary College
Members of the Class of 1999
Members of the Class of 1999, who were among honorees at the 1998 President's Convocation, join the procession from Mickle Hall to Brown Chapel for Centenary's annual President's Convocation. The wearing of academic regalia is traditional for seniors and members of the faculty.
First-Year Students, Fall 1998 (Class of 2002)
First-year students also participate in the procession to the President's Convocation. These students are members of the largest freshman class at Centenary since the late 1960s. First-year students and other new students have special seating and receive a special welcome during President's Convocation.
Faculty and Administration
Upper photo: Wearing their academic regalia, members of the faculty enter Brown Chapel for the President's Convocation, held this year on the first day of classes. Magale Library is in the background.
Bottom photo: Leaving the Chapel are William Anderson, vice chairman of the Centenary Board of Trustees; Dr. Donald Scott, Chaplain; and Dr. Kenneth L. Schwab, Centenary President, who delivered this year's keynote address, "Forbidden Knowledge and General Education."
Text of President Kenneth L. Schwab's Convocation Speech:
"Forbidden Knowledge and General Education"
Advance News Release, President's Convocation 1998:
President's Convocation to Address 'Forbidden Knowledge'
Centenary's "Forbidden Knowledge" Theme Featured in Christian Science Monitor article:
Theme Years Provide Glue for Campus Unity
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