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2018 Spring SAGE Series Set

A man and women in 1920's dress stand under the title Dixie Bohemia.

“Louisiana – A Mélange” is the theme of the spring 2018 SAGE Series at McNeese State University. SAGE offers a series of short lectures and discussions at 3 p.m. on Mondays in the McNeese SEED Center centered on a specific theme each fall and spring. This spring’s series will kick off on Monday, Jan. 8,…

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McNeese Band leads the London New Years Day Parade

The McNeese Band and Cowgirl Kickers walk the streets of London in the parade.

The McNeese State University Pride of McNeese Marching Band and Cowgirl Kickers led the way through the streets of London for the London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival. Participation in the London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival is by invitation only. The official invitation to this prestigious event came more than a year ago…

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McNeese Marching Band Preparing for London New’s Years Day Parade

Austin Young, Ty Ellender, and Joseluis Botello-Esquivel of McNeese pack instruments into a large box.

A group of 127 members of the McNeese State University Pride of McNeese Marching Band and Cowgirl Kickers will be flying out of Houston on Dec. 28 to take part in the 2018 London New Year’s Day Parade and Festival. Large instruments have been packed up and sent ahead of the event and the band…

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McNeese Ranks High in 2018 U.S. News & World Report


For the seventh consecutive year, McNeese State University has received national recognition as one of the best regional universities and one of the top public universities by U.S. News and World Report, widely considered to be the foremost authority on college rankings. In the just released 2018 edition of “Best Colleges” McNeese is ranked in…

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McNeese Professor Selected to Set Sail on the Nautilus Second Year in a Row

McNeese professor Amber Hale returns to the Nautilus second year in a row

For a second year, McNeese State University assistant professor of biology Dr. Amber Hale will sail aboard the 211-foot Exploration Vessel Nautilus Aug. 4-18 as it scours the coasts of Oregon and California in the name of scientific exploration. The E/V Nautilus is operated by the Ocean Exploration Trust (OET), a nonprofit founded by Dr. Robert Ballard in 2008,…

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Student Team Headed to Southern Illinois for Solar Eclipse

McNeese students head to Illinois to view solar eclipse sponsored by NASA

A student team from McNeese State University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science is headed to Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill., on Aug. 21 to take part in a NASA-sponsored real-time scientific study of the first total solar eclipse over the mainland United States since 1979. The McNeese team, with its module, Dorothy, will…

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