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March 13 - 3:00pm
Amber Hale with ROV
Dr. Amber Hale, a molecular biologist and assistant professor at McNeese State University, will present a lecture titled “Ocean Exploration: Aboard the Nautilus” at 3 p.m. Monday, March 13.

The McNeese State University Department of Performing Arts will present a free harp recital with Barbara Belew and Patricia Horvath at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 12, in Tritico Theatre.

Sleuth Poster Highlight
Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer poster
The McNeese Bayou Players will present the Tony Award-winning play “Sleuth” at the Lake Charles Little Theatre’s New Stable Playhouse.

Tiempo Libre band
Banners at McNeese State University celebrates its 25th anniversary season of bringing “a world of culture” to Southwest Louisiana with 13 events spread over seven weeks March 14-April 27.

The McNeese State University Department of Performing Arts will present a free recital by flutist Judy Hand and pianist Lina Morita at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 10, at Tritico Theatre.

March 9 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Artwork by Devin Morgan
An opening reception for an exhibition of artist's books featuring both current and former McNeese State University visual arts students will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 9.

McNeese State University health and human performance student David Suarez demonstrates the proper use of the hammer strength pull over machine under the direction of Dr. Michael Soileau, head of the McNeese Department of Health and Human Performance.
The McNeese State University Department of Health and Human Performance is prepared for changes as construction is underway for the new Health and Human Performance Education Complex.

March 2 - 6:00pm
Francofonia Film Poster Highlight
The Tournées Film Festival aims to bring the diversity and richness of French cinema to American college and university campuses all across the United States.

Lin He Violinist News
Part of the spring Faculty/Guest Recital Series hosted by the performing arts - will feature sonatas for violin and piano composed by Ludwig van Beethoven.

Professor of English Dr. Keagan LeJeune has won the Louisiana Library Association’s 2017 Louisiana Literary Award for his book, “Legendary Louisiana Outlaws: The Villains and Heroes of Folk Justice.”