The student newspaper of Nicholls State University


Sorority recruitment process at Nicholls to change this year

Sydney Landry, News Editor

The sorority recruitment process will be facing several changes this summer in order to help improve the experience for both incoming members and current sorority women. Olivia Robichaux, Panhellenic Association president...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Nicholls to host several summer camps

Francesca D'Agostino, Staff Writer

With summer quickly approaching, plans for youth camps will bring exposure to Nicholls. The Nicholls Continuing Education department has created a group of diverse summer programs for Kindergarten through eighth-grade...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Sororities at Nicholls raise thousands for charity

Annie Knight, Staff Writer

Delta Zeta, Phi Mu and Sigma Sigma Sigma sororities on Nicholls’ campus each hosted successful spring philanthropy events over the past few weeks. Including athletic and fashion events such as Delta Zeta’s Passion...  Read More »

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Athlete Close up: Senior Pitcher Justin Sinibaldi

Ana Pizzolio, Sports Writer

The number one senior pitcher for the Nicholls State University baseball team Justin Sinibaldi, one of the highlights of the team in the 2016 season, is looking forward to finishing his legacy as a Colonel on a high note....  Read More »

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Nicholls grad speaks at Empowered Women Chef Series

Juana Martinez, Staff Writer

Nicholls launches the Empowered Women Chef series with Jacqueline Blanchard, Nicholls alumni and Coutelier NOLA owner, as the series’ first guest speaker. Blanchard graduated from Nicholls in 2006 and has since worked...  Read More »

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Com D majors discuss Better Speech and Hearing Month

Haley Stevenson, Staff Writer

May has been declared across North America as Speech and Hearing Awareness Month to applaud the triumphs of individuals with communicative disorders and to recognize the professionals that have assisted them for over 75 years. The...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

$20 bill ends an era of white supremacy on money

Personal Opinion and Gabriela Perez

Currency around the world has been changing for the past decade, while the United States trails behind. With the 100-dollar bill having been changed to make it harder to counterfeit, it was not a drastic change like it would...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Nicholls library specialist retires after sixteen-year tenure

April 28, 2016

How to survive the last month of school

April 17, 2016

Enjoying Jazz during Jazz Appreciation Month

April 7, 2016

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Letter from the editor: Feeling different for farewell

Caroline Callais, Editor

Call it cliché, but I’ll always remember April 30, 2015 like it was yesterday. I remember seeing everything differently as I walked back to the Student Publications building post-interview as the new editor in chief...  Read More »

April 28, 2016 • 0 comments

Semester’s end mindset a major key for students

We are at the point of no return, my fellow students. The date to drop a class and still receive a “w” on your transcript passed already this academic calendar. That means whatever classes you may begrudgingly drag...  Read More »

April 7, 2016 • 0 comments

Stay focused but don’t lose track of what’s important

College students are constantly reminded of how important it is to keep academics as a priority, but taking time to take care of yourself and what’s important to you is just as significant, although often overlooked. Stress...  Read More »

March 17, 2016 • 0 comments

Wearing other schools’ colors on campus shows disrespect

March 10, 2016

Pope Francis and Donald Trump ignore political correctness

March 3, 2016

Higher education should be treated as a priority

February 25, 2016

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