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Mr. and Ms. Nicholls Profiles


Nicholls State University announced Mr. and Ms. Nicholls 2024 at Crawfish Day.

Crawfish Day is an annual event hosted by the Student Programming Association. 

The SPA cooks dozens of pounds of crawfish to give to students along with live music and entertainment.

One announcement that students wait for is that of Mr. and Ms. Nicholls as they themselves vote for the title holders.

This year’s Mr. and Ms. Nicholls are Grant Rebstock and Katie Louviere.

Rebstock, a senior Biology Pre-Medicine student, is an active student on campus. As a member of student organizations like the Student Government Association, tutoring for Bridge to Independence and serving on numerous committees, he says it “has not been easy.”

He said that juggling these responsibilities, although demanding, is rewarding. 

Rebstock believes serving the student body is part of being Mr. Nicholls and promoting campus involvement. He said these experiences helped shape who he is today.

“My friends, family, peers, and professors have been instrumental in my success and shaping me into the person I am today. It’s an incredible feeling to know that my dedication and contributions to our campus community have been recognized in this way, and I’m excited to continue serving and representing our university over the next year,” Rebstock said.

Louviere is a junior nursing student. Like Rebstock, she is involved on and off campus. She feels her role in SGA, Phi Mu and other organizations are a “testament of all my hard work and dedication to the campus community and to academics throughout the past three years.”

Louviere said it felt surreal to be Ms. Nicholls as she started out as a shy freshman. She admired those in this position before her and deemed this title to be an honor she hopes to uphold.

“Being the recipient of this honor was something that I would have never thought that I was capable of, but I am so grateful for all of the opportunities that Nicholls has given me to get me to where I am today,” Louviere said.

Both Rebstock and Louviere plan to use their positions as Mr. and Ms. Nicholls to be positive role models and enhance the overall college experience for all students.

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Jaqueline Diaz
Jaqueline Diaz, Staff Writer
My name is Jaqueline Diaz. I'm a sophomore from Vacherie. I'm majoring in mass communications with a concentration in public relations. I have a passion for writing and feel like I can develop my skills here at the Nicholls Worth while writing about the news! In my spare time, I enjoy reading, cooking, and listening to music.

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