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Local author talks about his book “The Thibodaux Massacre”

Desmond Hunter, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017

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Nearly one year after the official publishing date, journalist and author John DeSantis returned to Nicholls to discuss his book “The Thibodaux Massacre” on Tuesday night. On Nov. 3rd 2016, DeSantis unveiled his book to...

Taking advantage of what campus has to offer

Personal Opinion By: Juana Martinez, Lagniappe Editor

February 3, 2017

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College students are known to be living on a budget. We’re constantly talking about being broke and not being able to do things for entertainment. Although we won’t be traveling the world anytime soon, there are many things...

Southern Wetlands Discovery Center hosts Wetlands Day event

Claire Blanchard, Staff Writer

February 2, 2017

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The Southern Wetlands Discovery Center, located in Houma, is hosting its 8th annual Wetlands Day Celebration today.  World Wetlands Day is a global celebration that helps to inform people of the effects of losing wetlands...

Chinese New Year: the importance of cultural inclusion on campus

Personal Opinion By Ana Pizzolio, News Editor

January 27, 2017

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Nicholls State University Student Programming Association offered free dumplings at a table in the Student Union yesterday to celebrate the beginning of the Chinese New Year. Also known as the Spring Festival, the Chinese...

Nicholls students welcome the new sorority to campus

Claire Blanchard, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

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The Nicholls student body, including the other Greeks on campus, met Gamma Phi Beta with open arms and support. Gamma Phi is the newest sorority to join Nicholls Greek life. It is now the fourth sorority on campus, in addition...

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