(February 5, 2016) The 24th season of Banners at McNeese State University begins this month and this year’s entertainment includes everything from flying circus performers and breathtaking dance shows to film screenings and crowd-pleasing musical ensembles. Banners at McNeese is known for its annual series of concerts, exhibits, lectures and educational programming that has provided the Southwest Louisiana community with easy access to exceptional arts and humanities events unique to this area.
Banners at McNeese is known for its annual series of concerts, exhibits, lectures and educational programming that has provided the Southwest Louisiana community with easy access to exceptional arts and humanities events unique to this area. See the 2016 schedule of events here.
AT&T, as part of the AT&T Aspire initiative, has announced a $15,000 contribution to the McNeese State University Foundation to provide 10 engineering scholarships
McNeese financial aid staff members will visit area high schools Feb. 15-March 10 to explain financial aid application procedures to students. February is National Financial Aid Awareness Month.
February 6 - 7:00pm
Dr. John Wood, nationally known poet and photographic critic whose books in both fields have won major awards, will give a free poetry reading at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, in the Stream Alumni Center
Lisa Graley, a 1995 McNeese MFA graduate, is the co-winner of the 2015 Flannery O’Connor Award in Short Fiction sponsored by the University of Georgia Press.
February 4 - 7:00pm
A free McNeese faculty brass recital will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, in Tritico Theatre, sponsored by the McNeese Performing Arts Department.
Learn how Twitter, Facebook and other digital marketing tools can build your business at a free workshop from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, at the SEED Center at McNeese.
February 1 - 7:30pm
The McNeese Performing Arts Department will host a free recital featuring McNeese alumna Alli Partin Villines at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, in Tritico Theatre
Entergy has donated $10,000 for the spring 2016 Banners program.