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Next to the quality of campus food, Centenary students complain about Shreveport the most. Although Centenary has been in Shreveport for nearly a hundred years, it rarely feels like a college town. Entertainment is aimed toward families and tourists looking to gamble. Though people in the community are really supportive of Centenary in terms of attending campus events, businesses generally don't go out of their way to attract the college crowd. Students tend to find things to do on campus or make friends with people that have apartments in town.
Downtown Shreveport has the River Walk, which is beautiful, but you can only stare at shining neon lights and spitting fountains so much. One exciting development is the growing music and art scene, with a non-profit film center in the works. Festivals such as the Red River Revel and Mudbug Madness can be fun, but they only come around once a year. Though Shreveport is a rather small city, it has a good variety of shopping centers that are only about 15 minutes from campus. Bossier City is another small city that, combined with Shreveport, makes what the tourist bureau likes to refer to as Shreveport-Bossier. It's a nifty illusion that makes each city seem slightly bigger than it actually is. Also, because people in Louisiana love to eat, there are restaurants everywhere you look. While most of the shops and restaurants are close by, it's much easier to get around if you own a car or know someone who does.
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