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Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM)

Bynum Commons | Hall of Fame Room

The Shreveport Baptist Collegiate Ministry exists to reach students for Christ, strengthen students in their faith, connect students to a local church, and mobilize students for mission service.

SGA Meeting

Bynum Commons | Whited Room

Weekly SGA Meetings in the Whited Room

Dialogue on Race

Smith Building | Smith Room 202

Students and community members will meet to discuss race. Lead by facilitators from the YWCA. Invite only.

Canterbury House, Evening Prayers for Peace & Reconciliation

Canterbury House (2703 Woodlawn) is holding Evening Prayer Services for Peace and Reconciliation this year on Wednesday evenings at 8:30 pm -9:15 pm. Students and staff of all faith traditions are welcome to attend. We will have coffee and tea available afterward, along with snacks (to go if needed!)

Stress Management Workshop

Bynum Commons | Centenary Room

Most students experience some level of stress or anxiety related to academic work. Some anxiety is a natural response to ones environment, but too much anxiety may cause physical and emotional distress and concentration difficulties. This workshop will provide some tips to tame and reframe your anxiety.

New Faculty Seminars

Bynum Commons | Audubon Room

Lunch seminars with a campus speaker for new faculty members.

Maroon Jackets General Members Meeting

Bynum Commons | Hall of Fame Room

Meeting for Maroon Jackets members to discuss the upcoming year and events.

Outreach meeting

Bynum Commons | Hall of Fame Room

Weekly Outreach meeting.

Christian Leadership Center Colloquium class

Smith Building | Smith Room 101 - Kilpatrick Auditorium

CLC class

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

Marjorie Lyons Playhouse | Theater
Marjorie Lyons Playhouse | Lobby

Centenary College Theatre Department presents Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Comedian Steve Martins absurd comedy of historical fiction, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, has Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso meet in a bar in Paris in 1904, the year before Einsteins theory of relativity and Picassos transition into cubism. The two celebrities of science and art spar for their fields, surrounded by a cast of supporting characters from the turn of the century and beyond. The anachronistic, self-referential, and self-aware nature of this short one-act enraptures audiences into thinking about the role both science and art play in our lives, the men (and women) who inspire genius, and the philosophies that shape our world over the modern centuries.