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September 10, 2010

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All-Around Effort Allows Ladies to Notch 1-0 Win Over Millsaps

An all-around solid performance on both offense and defense propelled the Centenary women's soccer team to a 1-0 shutout victory over Millsaps College on Sunday afternoon on Mayo Field.

With the win, the Ladies improved to 3-4-0 on the season and have now notched back-to-back 1-0 wins this week.

picture of Causey
Causey

Centenary received the game-winning goal off the foot of senior Kortney Causey at the 16-minute mark when the ball rolled slowly past the goal line to put the Ladies up 1-0.

A strong defensive effort led by senior Catie Depew held Millsaps to just nine total shots on the day, two of which came in the first half. In the back, Depew made several key blocks to keep the Majors from tying the game on several late shot attempts.

Gents Golf Ties for Sixth in Opening Weekend

The Centenary men's golf team wrapped up play at the Derrall Foreman Invitational on Saturday hosted by Delta State, finishing with a two-round total of 593 for a sixth place tie.

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Berthelot

The Gents added seven strokes to its opening round total, posting a final round of 300. Senior Greg Berthelot fired a team-low 69 on Saturday, tying for fourth overall with a 36-hole total of 139 after shooting 70 on Friday.

Senior Ryan Sparks (71-75) finished in a tie for 17th with a score of 146, while senior Cannon Earp (75-80) and freshman Brandon Sledge (79-76) each tied for 45th with a 155

Rounding out the scores for Centenary was sophomore Jay Frazier (77-82) who scored 159 over two days for a total of 159.

Cross Country Races at Mook 4

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Batson

The Centenary cross country men's and women's teams took part in the Louisiana Tech Mook 4 Invitational against dual competition at Lincoln Parish Park on Saturday as sophomore Miles McDonald led the way with a 15th place finish.

On the women's side, in the 4,000 meter run, junior Jacquelyn Batson ran the Ladies fastest time of 18:42.00 to finish in 22nd.

Soccer Drops 1-0 Heartbreaker at HBU

A late second-half goal by Houston Baptist dropped the Centenary men's soccer team, 1-0, on Saturday evening in non-conference action.

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Rodriguez

The Gents (0-4-0) fell in their second one-goal decision this season and are still looking for their first win.

Centenary was held to just six shots on the evening, three of which were on goal by junior Marcos Rodriguez. Senior Zac Farrar posted two shots, one on goal, while junior Aaron Bergman fired off one on goal shot.

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Upcoming Home Events

24 fri

Volleyball

Ladies vs. South Dakota State
7pm at Gold Dome

25 sat

Swimming

Swimming Intrasquad
2pm at Fitness Center

26 sun

Volleyball

Ladies vs North Dakota State
3 pm at Gold Dome

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Pangaea Opens Marjorie Lyons Playhouse Season

poster for Pangaea

Marjorie Lyons Playhouse's 2010-11 season opened Thursday, Sept. 23 with Pangaea, a play written by written by Centenary student Erik Champney.

Besides writing the play, Champney also performs along with fellow cast members Rachel Havird, Chelsea David, Andrew wood and Barry James Acosta. Ryan Williams, drama program director at C.E. Byrd High School, is directing.

According to Williams, the story is about the lives of five people and how one of those people infiltrates himself in all of their lives and begins to manipulate their lives and relationships. "Because of this one person, the rest of them start manipulating each other and him," he said. "It really is an interesting concept."

Shows will take place tonight (9/24) and Saturday (9/25) at 8pm with a matinee on Sunday (9/26) beginning at 2pm Admission is $10 for adults; $5 for senior citizens, non-Centenary students and military. Tickets are free for Centenary students, faculty and staff.

For more information, please call the Marjorie Lyons Playhouse at 318.869.5242.

Centenary College Choir Presents Rhapsody in View 2010 Nov. 6&7

Centenary Choir presents the 62nd Annual Rhapsody in View at the Riverview Theater located along the riverfront in downtown Shreveport. Co-sponsored by the Downtown Lions Club and Centenary College, the concert takes place Saturday, Nov. 6 beginning at 7:30pm and Sunday, Nov. 7 at 2:30pm

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One of each group's most cherished traditions; "rhapsody" has always inspired a wealth of diverse repertoire, representing the core nature of the Choir's unique programming. The Rhapsody 2010 program delivers this diversity with the theme "Water, World, Witness," embodying images and sounds of change, cultural exploration and transformation.

The concert is co-sponsored by the Downtown Lions Club, with proceeds supporting projects such as sight conservation, Lions Eye Research Foundation, the Northwest Louisiana Lions Eye Bank and the Lions Camp near Leesville, La.

Tickets are $10 in advance ($12 at the door)and may be purchased from any Centenary Choir member, Downtown Lions Club members, at the Hurley School of Music at Centenary, at all Porters Cleaners locations, or by calling 318.869.5235.

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Centenary Neuroscience Society Presents Brown Bag Lunch Series

Neuroscience at Centenary

Ever wonder why people pre-judge others and experiences? Or why do consumers make the purchases they do? Find out the answers to these questions and other intriguing issues when the Centenary College Neuroscience Society presents the Brown Bag Series discussions. Each discussion will be held in the Whited Room of Bynum Commons from 11:15am until noon. Contact Dr. Greg Butcher, assistant professor of neuroscience, at 318.869.5545 for more information.

Thursday, Oct. 21
Stereotyping: The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Why do we form opinions about other people based on their appearance, posture, language, and so on? This discussion will focus on why people pre-judge others and experiences

Thursday, Nov. 18
The Science of Shopping
What makes a shopper spend at one store and not another? Is there a method to our madness when it comes to shopping? Find out the answers during this discussion and discover what makes the contemporary consumer tick.

Parent's and Family Weekend Friday and Saturday

Every fall, Centenary College welcomes students' families, parents, brothers, sisters, and grandparents to explore the campus and get a firsthand look at what life is like at the College. This is the perfect opportunity for family members to visit their student, see how they are adjusting to college life, meet their new friends and their families, and make new memories as they join Centenary administrators, staff, students and other parents. Guests will have the opportunity to take part in campus area tours and activities, starting with the campus-wide tailgate party next to the Gold Dome at 6pm

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Chaplains Office sponsors mission tip Oct. 13-17

Caritas House

Come and get your hands dirty while helping others. The Chaplains Office is sponsoring the annual fall break mission trip to Memphis, Tenn., October 13-17. This year the group will be working with the Caritas House. Approximate cost per person is $240. Reserve your spot with a $50 deposit.

For more information, contact Laura Vaughan, Religious Life Coordinator at 318.869.5280 or email

Join us to help those in need! Missions are open to all friends and members of the Centenary community.

Mexican Film Festival

poster for Mexican Film Festival

The Spanish Department in conjunction with the Centenary Film Society will hold a Mexican Film Festival, October 12-26 at the Robinson Film Center. The festival will be held in recognition of not only Hispanic Heritage Month but also the 100th Anniversary of Mexico's 1910 Revolution and Mexico's 200th Anniversary of its Independence (Sept. 16, 1810). All movies begin at 7:30pm For more information, contact Dr. Maureen Murov, associate professor of Spanish, at 318.869.5259.

La Ley De Herodes
(Herod's Law)
Tuesday, Oct. 12
Como Agua Para Chocolate
(Like Water For Chocolate)
Wednesday, Oct. 13
Sólo Con Tu Pareja
(Only With Your Partner)
Thursday, Oct. 14
Rudi y Cursi Tuesday, Oct. 19
My Mexican Shiva Tuesday, Oct. 26

New Books Now Available in Centenary Book Store

Two recent releases by Centenary professors are now available for purchase at the Centenary College Bookstore.

cover of Insiders\' Guide to Shreveport

Visitors to Shreveport now have another resource to help guide them through the city and surrounding area thanks to the work of Dr. David Otto, professor of Religious Studies. The Insiders' Guide to Shreveport is an in-depth travel and relocation guide to Louisiana's third largest city written by Dr. Otto and is a personal and practical perspective of Shreveport.

cover of Penelope\'s Design

Professor of English Dr. David Havird recently published a poetry chapbook, Penelope's Design: Fourteen Poems, a book of original poems. Winner of the 2009 Robert Phillips Poetry Chapbook Prize, Penelope's Design (Texas Review Press) is Havird's first published book of poetry.

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in brief

24 fri

Lacrosse match

Jones Rice Field, 4pm
Centenary Gents take on St. Edwards University in this club sport. Come out and cheer on the team!

Parents and Family Tailgate Party

Gold Dome parking lot, 6pm
Kick off Parents and Family weekend with this fun-filled event. Enjoy food and entertainment. Then head into the Gold Dome for the women’s volleyball game when the Ladies take on South Dakota.

Songs For Life

Anderson Auditorium, 7pm
"Young Artists of Shreveport-Bossier" made up of Centenary College students and alumni present this concert. FREE Admission!

26 sun

Grilling and Beach Volleyball

Jones Rice Field, 2pm
Sponsored by the Cline and Hardin Hall Council.

28 tues

Stepping Stones Worship

Brown Chapel, 11am
Stepping Stones is an ecumenical student-led service of praise and takes place every Tuesday from 11am until noon.

Relax and Relieve

Cline Hall Lobby, 5:30p.m.
Come make stress relief balloons, catch a funny movie and enjoy great food with Residence Life.

Orlando

Robinson Film Center, 7:30pm
The Centenary Film Society presents the 1992 movie, Orlando. The film is rated PG-13 and stars Tilda Swinton, Billy Zane and Quentin Crisp. Admission is FREE for the Centenary community with valid identification, $5 for general admission. Contact the Robinson Film Center at 318.424.9090 for more information.

1 oct

Coffee House

Kilpatrick Auditorium, 8pm
Sponsored by the Chaplain's office and Religious Life. Come out be part of the fun when fellow Centenary students perform stand-up, sing, dance and perform improv. For more information, contact Taylor Gilmour: email.

4 oct

Pumpkin Patch

Bynum Commons Deck, 11am
Sponsored by the Centenary Activities Board. Get into the Halloween spirit and stop by the Centenary Pumpkin patch. Choose the perfect pumpkin, decorate and carve it, then enter it into the pumpkin carving contest.

5 oct

Schools for Schools bake sale

Bynum Commons Deck Area, 11am
Centenary Schools for Schools will be selling baked good to raise funds to rebuild schools in war-torn Uganda. Bake sale will also take place on Oct. 6/7.

6 oct

Raptor Benefit Concert

Anderson Auditorium, 4:45pm
Sponsored by the Yoncopin, the Raptor Benefit Concert is a fundraiser for the Centenary Yearbook. Admission is $5 at the door. Contact Karley Aiken email for more information. Local bands start playing at 5pm.

7 oct

Twang Darkly Concert

Villaggio, Bossier City, 5:30pm
Trio Twang Darkly (featuring Centenary faculty & staff) will play original "atypical Appalachian" music in the "main street" area of Villaggio in Bossier City. For info, contact Michael Futreal at email.

24 oct

Tetrafusion CD release concert

Hargrove Amphitheatre, 7pm
Shreveport-based progressive metal band Tetrafusion will be in concert at the shell to promote the release their newest album, Altered States. Contact Gary Tubbs for more information at email.

30 oct

Disney Princess Tea Party

Bynum Commons, 2pm
The Centenary Musical Theatre Group presents the 2nd Annual Disney Princess Tea Party. Appearances by Belle, Cinderella, Princess Jasmine, Mulan and more. Proceeds benefit CMGT Musical Theatre Spring Review. Contact Katie Baker at email for more information.

31 oct

Fall Festival

Gold Dome, 4pm
Sponsored by the Chaplain's office, Student Life and area churches, this is an opportunity to enjoy Halloween in a family friendly environment. There will be games, snacks, music and more! Contact the Rev. Valerie Robideaux at email or 318.869.5029 for more information.

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