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BCM Ultimate Frisbee

Outdoor Intramural Areas | Jones Rice Field

Students from Centenary and LSUS will gather to play Ultimate Frisbee on Jones Rice field.

CFOB Breakfast and Workshop

Bynum Commons | Whited Room

CFOb Breakfast and workshop

Centenary Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Smith Building | Smith Room 101 - Kilpatrick Auditorium

Centenary Fellowship of Christian Athletes engages athletes and coaches in their and sport. Everyone is welcome!

Babbittfest

Hurley School of Music | Anderson Auditorium

American composer and theorist known as a leading proponent of total serialism—i.e., musical composition based on prior arrangements not only of all 12 pitches of the chromatic scale (as in 12-tone music) but also of dynamics, duration, timbre (tone colour), and register.

Black History Month 2019

Bynum Commons | Whited Room

Movie - Detroit

New Faculty Seminars

Bynum Commons | Audubon Room

Lunch seminars with a campus speaker for new faculty members.

SGA Meeting

Bynum Commons | Whited Room

Weekly SGA Meetings in the Whited Room

BCM Ultimate Frisbee

Outdoor Intramural Areas | Jones Rice Field

Students from Centenary and LSUS will gather to play Ultimate Frisbee on Jones Rice field.

SPF: Democracy

Smith Building | Smith Room 202

Democracy is at least as old as ancient Greece, and the ancient philosophers didn't like it much. They thought it was a poor procedure, unlikely to produce a better result than carefuly deliberation by a few wise people. The modern era approaches democracy as a universal human right. The government requires the consent of the governed, so voting held the rulers accountable to the true holders of governmental power. But modern democracies are often limited. They reserve rights, such as the Bill of Rights, or bodies, such as the Supreme Court, that aren't directly accountable to a majority of voters. Today, democracy is under attack from new threats, ranging from dark money to voter suppression to fake news, throwing the legitimacy of our democracy into doubt. This month we will think about democracy. When is democracy good? Why should a minority--someone who loses a vote--accept the outcome? When shouldn't they? What threats does democracy face and how might we deal with them? How should we structure vote? Should we aim for the best outcome or the fairest procedure? Join us in February to discuss democracy.

Centenary Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Smith Building | Smith Room 101 - Kilpatrick Auditorium

Centenary Fellowship of Christian Athletes engages athletes and coaches in their and sport. Everyone is welcome!