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Meghan Fleming artwork
Meghan Fleming, associate professor of art at McNeese State University, is one of 37 Louisiana artists to be featured in the recent book, “Expressions of Place: The Contemporary Louisiana Landscape,” written by New Orleans native John Kemp and published by the University of Mississippi Press.

McNeese Student Employees
McNeese State University student Brandon Lewis, of Lake Charles, has been recognized as the McNeese 2017 Janet Delaine Student Employee of the Year.

Mr. and Mrs. McNeese
McNeese State University students Keifer Ackley and Erin Kellar have been selected as Mr. and Ms. McNeese on the 2017 Spring Court.

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Robert Noland has given $60,000 to McNeese State University to establish the Robert Noland Professorship in Agricultural Sciences.

Not for Sale ad artwork
Three McNeese State University students received several awards at the recent 2017 ADDY Awards program sponsored by the Lake Charles chapter of the American Advertising Federation.

April 7 - 7:00pm
Cirque-tacular performer
Prepare for a dazzling night of excitement as Banners at McNeese State University presents Acrobats of Cirque-tacular at 7 p.m. Friday, April 7, in Burton Coliseum as part of the 2017 season.

Ceramic artwork
The McNeese State University Department of Visual Arts will host a ceramics workshop featuring artist Andrea Moon on Monday and Tuesday, April 3-4, as part of the Debi and Bill Mixon Visiting Artist Lecture Series. The workshop is open free to the public.

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The McNeese State University Mavericks donated $5,000 through the McNeese Foundation to the McNeese Admissions and Recruiting Office for student recruitment.

Dr. Janet Allured and women
An exhibition on Louisiana second wave feminists based on the work of two McNeese State University professors is currently on display in New Orleans at the Newcomb College Institute of Tulane University through May 31.

Artwork by Collin Adams
McNeese State University’s Annual Juried Student Exhibition is currently on display through April 7 in the Abercrombie Gallery located the in the Shearman Fine Arts Center.

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