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The Nicholls Worth 68 years later: “Oh the places we’ve been”

Collin Brazan, Editor

July 1, 2017

Filed under Editorial

Since its first publication in 1949, The Nicholls Worth has changed its looks, sections and types of stories. Now in its 68th year, it is time to reflect on the importance of this newspaper, and the direction it is headed in this...

Students should be aware of the dangers of distracted driving as Spring Break approaches

April 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, Editorial

Spring break is near and it’s one of the most eventful, memorable times in a young adult’s life. While it’s an exciting time, one should reflect on the dangers of being distracted while getting on the road. This could be...

Nicholls opera workshop presents “The Magic Flute”

Claire Blanchard, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, Lagniappe

The fairy tale opera written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart follows the adventure of Prince Tamino as he tries to win back the Queen of the Night’s daughter, Pamina. Prince Tamino is persuaded by the Queen of the Night. He’s...

Baseball to resume conference play after seven-game hiatus

Katherine Kelly, Sports Writer

April 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, Sports

The Nicholls State University baseball team will face Sam Houston State University this weekend in a three-game series. The Colonels (17-12, 5-4 in conference) competed against seven non-conference teams since their last Southland...

Softball continues conference play against Abilene

Collin Brazan, Sports Editor

April 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, Sports

After splitting a doubleheader against the University of Central Arkansas last Friday and picking up another win on Saturday, the Nicholls State University softball team will play on the road again against Abilene Christian University. The...

Faculty and students discuss Governor’s coastal erosion plans

Francesca D’Agostino, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017

Filed under Archive, News

Nicholls faculty and students discussed coastal challenges after Gov. John Bel Edwards released details on proposed legislation for protecting and restoring Louisiana’s coast. The Coastal Master Plan is a document produced...

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