Al Davis to bring an end to his career at Nicholls

Sydney Landry, Staff Writer

Albert Davis is quick to correct anyone who calls his upcoming “career change” his “retirement.” In regards to his 35 years at Nicholls State University, Davis said, “I’ve done it all.” Some of his previous...  Read More »

November 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Recreation Center to provide rental bikes for students

Recreation Center to provide rental bikes for students

Melanie Cowan, Managing Editor

Nicholls has just brought the first bike share system in Louisiana to the Harold J. Callais Recreation Center and it has officially opened this week. According to Mike Matherne, Director of Recreation, this is the first...  Read More »

November 20, 2014 • 0 comments

Use of Free Speech Alley declines

Sheyla Sicily, Staff Writer

The use of Free Speech Alley has declined over the years as students find new ways to voice their opinions. The Student Government Association erected the Free Speech Alley podium in 1994 in front of the Bollinger Memorial...  Read More »

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Football team stays motivated with help of assistant coach

Rachel Klaus, Sports Editor

Nicholls State University assistant coach and Athletic Hall of Fame defensive back Greg Greely does everything in his power to make sure the Colonels' football team stays motivated now and in the future. In 1984, Greely...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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Nicholls concert choir preparing for Christmas concert

Nicholls concert choir preparing for Christmas concert

Sydney Landry, Staff Writer

The Nicholls Concert Choir and the Nicholls Chamber Singers are preparing for their upcoming holiday concerts. The concert choir is holding their annual Candlelight Christmas Concert on Tuesday Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at First...  Read More »

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