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Dr. and Mrs. David Buttross Jr. have donated $10,000 to McNeese State University through the McNeese Foundation to establish the endowed David and Joyce Buttross Scholarship.

McNeese State University plays host for the first time to the annual state festival of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Nov. 16-18.

Thirty-one McNeese State University senior nursing students enrolled in a public health course this fall learned how to “piece together a healthy community” hundreds of miles away without ever leaving their classroom in Hardtner Hall.

The McNeese State University Cowboy Marching Band will host the “Showdown at Cowboy Stadium” High School Marching Band Festival Saturday, Oct. 29.

McNeese State University’s 2011 Homecoming festivities are scheduled Oct. 15-22 for students, alumni and the community, with numerous activities

Christus St. Patrick Hospital has donated $5,000 to the McNeese Alumni Association to help sponsor the 2011 McNeese homecoming week activities

An exhibit highlighting the 50th anniversary of McNeese State University’s Frazar Memorial Library – its history and development from 1961 to present day - is currently on display during regular library hours through Dec. 11.

Oct. 14 is the deadline for community entries for the 2011 McNeese State University Homecoming Parade scheduled to roll down Ryan Street at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20.

Dan L. Donald Jr., from left, chairman and chief executive officer for Jeff Davis Bank and Trust Company, Richard Reid, executive vice president of the McNeese State University Foundation, and Dr. Philip C. Williams, McNeese president,

Meagan Green, a visual arts junior from Sulphur, helped hang a local art exhibit at the 1911 Historic City Hall Arts & Cultural Center in Lake Charles titled "As Far as the Eye Can See" by one of her McNeese art professors - Lisa Reinauer. Conducting research, tagging wildlife and hanging art exhibits-these types of internships allow McNeese State University students to connect their classroom knowledge with on-the-job applications. Whether the internships are offered only in the summer or are ongoing, paid or unpaid or for academic credit or just for the experience, internships put students a step ahead in today's job market upon graduation. According to Mary Kaye Eason, instructor and coordinator of support services for the College of Business, internships are a win-win for students

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