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Theatre Production – “The Shape of Things”

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McNeese Theatre will bring the powerful and poignant play The Shape of Things to the stage this February. Written by Neil LaBute, this modern work explores the nature of art and the moral responsibility of the artist, and the ends people will go to for love. Recommended for adult audiences, it tells the story of…

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Theatre Production – “The Shape of Things”

Shape of Things Billboard Visual

McNeese Theatre will bring the powerful and poignant play The Shape of Things to the stage this February. Written by Neil LaBute, this modern work explores the nature of art and the moral responsibility of the artist, and the ends people will go to for love. Recommended for adult audiences, it tells the story of…

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Theatre Production – “The Shape of Things”

Shape of Things Billboard Visual

McNeese Theatre will bring the powerful and poignant play The Shape of Things to the stage this February. Written by Neil LaBute, this modern work explores the nature of art and the moral responsibility of the artist, and the ends people will go to for love. Recommended for adult audiences, it tells the story of…

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Theatre Production – “The Shape of Things”

Shape of Things Billboard Visual

McNeese Theatre will bring the powerful and poignant play The Shape of Things to the stage this February. Written by Neil LaBute, this modern work explores the nature of art and the moral responsibility of the artist, and the ends people will go to for love. Recommended for adult audiences, it tells the story of…

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Upcoming Faculty/Guest Artist Performance

Molly Goforth perfoming on cello

McNeese State University’s W.A. and Dorothy Hanna Department of Performing Arts will present a free concert by Molly Goforth, cello, and Michael Blaney, violin, at 5 p.m., Jan. 26, in Ralph Squires Recital Hall. The program is part of the department’s Faculty/Guest Artist Series. The program will feature “Suite No. 5 in C minor” by…

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Faculty/Guest Artist Series – Molly Goforth

Molly Goforth perfoming on cello

  McNeese State University’s W.A. and Dorothy Hanna Department of Performing Arts will present a free concert by Molly Goforth, cello, and Michael Blaney, violin, at 5 p.m., Jan. 26, in Ralph Squires Recital Hall. The program is part of the department’s Faculty/Guest Artist Series. The program will feature “Suite No. 5 in C minor”…

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How to Choose a College Major and Develop a Career Plan


Going to college can seem daunting, and no small part of that is the prospect of having to choose a major. Not choosing the “right” major, or not choosing a major at all, can feel like you’re starting off your college career on the wrong foot. So before we discuss how to figure out what…

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Changing Lives Through Art

Ceramic molds and art from the exhibit

The McNeese State University Department of Visual Arts hosted a special ceramic art giveaway and food drive to highlight the problem of food waste and hunger. “What inspired me to do this project was teaching my students that art can be more than just an object on a wall or on a pedestal. It can also…

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Kay Doré Counseling Clinic at McNeese Offers Hands-On Training for Interns

Caitlyn Kudrecki, left, and Caitlin Burcham, right, are graduate interns with the Kay Doré Counseling Center at McNeese State University

McNeese State University students are the First Choice for employers seeking qualified candidates because of the work experience students earn while completing their degrees. Caitlyn Kudrecki and Caitlin Burcham, of Lake Charles, are both graduate students and counselors with the Kay Doré Counseling Clinic (KDCC) at McNeese. In this role, they have the opportunity to…

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Student Honored by National Council on Family Relations

Ava Simmons headshot

McNeese family science student Ava Simmons was recently selected to receive the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) Honors designation in preparation for upcoming graduation. A fully online student who currently resides in Hawaii, Simmons is set to receive a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a concentration in family science in December 2019. The NCFR…

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