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Dean John A. Hardin, A.B., M.A., with seventeen years of service to Centenary, counsels each incoming Freshman, outlines the desired course of study for the degree sought, arranges hours for the conve- nience of both the college and the student and gives the newcomer a genuine and hearty welcome. Dean Hardin ' s interest does not stop with registration, but the student ' s progress is followed by him through- out the entire four years. The Dean of Women: One of the first persons a new girl meets at Centenary is Mrs. A. R. Campbell, Dean of Women, a charming and gracious lady who pos- sesses a keen understanding of the col- lege girl ' s problems.
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Administration: Centenary ' s Executive Vice-President, C. O. Holland, a successful banker and business man, has interestea himself in a greater Centenary. Already a new $20,000 Student Union building is being erected on the campus and will be ready for use next September. Adminis- tration assistants, some of whom are earn- ing a part of their tuition, aid Miss Avis Wilson, Registrar, (at left in picture below) in checking grades, reports, and keeping parents informed on the student ' s prog- ress. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Randolph, Bursar and Assistant Bursar, (below at left) also employ student assistants. Miss Elizabeth Powell, Secre- tary to the President, (extreme right in the picture) and the President ' s office staff.
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- ' f«- ' ' ' ' :; ' Jveminiscent of C ke Ula Soutk Culture, refinement and beauty are synonymous with the Old South, and in Colonial Hall, the women ' s dormitory at Centenary, the true spirit of ante- bellum days prevails. In Colonial Hall this spirit is more than just traditional, it is a part of life for the college stu- dent. Truly a southern home for young ladies.
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