Swamp Stomp structure to be reconsidered next year

Caroline Callais, Design and Layout Editor

Nicholls State University is reconsidering the structure of the Louisiana Swamp Stomp Festival to fit within the University mission while continuing to meet the educational needs of the area. A committee of different...  Read More »

February 26, 2015 • 0 comments

Culinary school to be finished in August, but not on time

Melanie Cowan, Managing Editor

The new culinary building has not been finished on time, but the University is doing everything in its power to get students in the building before the semester ends. According to Mike Davis, assistant vice president...  Read More »

February 26, 2015 • 0 comments

University introduces presentation amid budget speculation

University introduces presentation amid budget speculation

Sean Ellis, Editor

Nicholls State University introduced the message that it will present to decision makers and community leaders amid looming cuts to state funding in a pair of town hall meetings over the past week. University President...  Read More »

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College athletes should not leave school early just for money

Personal Opinion By: Rachel Klaus, Sports Editor

In college sports, it is not uncommon to see athletes leaving college early and putting their education on hold to compete at the professional level. Basketball players were once able to enter the National Basketball...  Read More »

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Inventions reason to celebrate black history everyday

Desmond Hunter, Lagniappe Editor

With Black History Month coming to an end, being mindful of the accomplishments of African-Americans goes far beyond the month of February, especially when several things were invented by black people that we tend to use...  Read More »

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