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
Bryan Proksch, assistant professor of music at McNeese, recently presented a paper on the music of Joseph Haydn at a symposium in Eisenstadt, Austria, held in the composer’s house-turned-museum at the invitation of the International Haydn Foundation and the Haydn Festspiele
The McNeese State University Department of Performing Arts will present a guest artist recital featuring violinist Lin He, assistant professor of violin at Louisiana State University, and pianist Lina Morita, assistant professor of music at McNeese, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, in the Shearman Fine Arts Theatre.
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.
Dr. Joe Cash, retired chair of the Department of English and Foreign Languages at McNeese State University, was recently honored by the university with Professor Emeritus status.
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,
McNeese State University will host a Parents Weekend Oct. 7-8. “This weekend is a great way for parents to connect with their student and enjoy what McNeese has to offer,” said Kedrick Nicholas, Assistant Dean of Student Services.
McNeese State University Theatre Bayou Players will present "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 28-Oct. 1, with a 2 p.m. matinee Oct. 2 in the Shearman Fine Arts Theatre. "Pygmalion" remains Shaw's most popular and most famous play, mostly through its film adaptation as "My Fair Lady." It tells the story of Henry Higgins, a professor of phonetics, who makes a bet with his friend Colonel Pickering that he can turn a Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, into a refined society lady merely by teaching her how to speak with an upper class accent and training her in etiquette. Eliza teaches Henry that being a lady is more than just speaking like one.