Nichols Career & Internship Fair Open to Local Residents Seeking Job Opportunities

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE Did you know that the Nichols College Career and Internship Fair isn’t just for our students? Residents of southern Worcester County communities (and beyond) are invited to attend the Feb. 19, 2019, Nichols College Career and Internship Fair. The event, which will feature recruiters from over 70 employers, will be held […]

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 STUDENT PROFILE: Austin DuVarney is a Communicator, Photographer, Traveler

By RONALD SCHACHTER DUDLEY, Mass.—Excellent communicator. Serious photographer. Loves traveling abroad. Wants to give back. You might find these personal descriptions on a good resume. Or on an online dating site. For Nichols College senior Austin DuVarney, however, they speak to his experiences as a student and his aspirations as a graduate. Unlike most of […]

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 Nichols is ‘Friendliest’ School in Massachusetts for Military Veterans, Servicemembers, Their Families

Military Friendly® Lauds Nichols’ Support of Their Educational Pursuits   By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Nichols College has been recognized as the only Gold Military Friendly® school in Massachusetts by publisher VIQTORY Media. The 2019-2020 Military Friendly® Schools list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities, and trade schools in the United States that support and […]

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 Career Night from Marcos Echevarria Lifts Nichols Men’s Basketball Over Roger Williams

THREE THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW: The Feb. 5 contest marked the 53rd all-time meeting between Nichols College and Roger Williams University. The Bison have won the last 13 meetings and lead the series, 32-21. Echevarria previously knocked down nine 3-pointers at Newbury on December 8, 2016. He shared the record with Billy Collins, who […]

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 Statement Regarding Thunder, Nichols College’s Bison Statue

From Nichols College Dean of Students P.J. Boggio: “Thunder, the Bison statue on the sidewalk outside of Fels [Student Center at the corner of Center and Healey roads] is no longer standing at his post. [Monday morning, Feb. 4, 2019], following a careful inspection we determined that the extent of the damage done to Thunder […]

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 STUDENT PROFILE: For Ian Spencer, Charity Starts at Center Ice

By RONALD SCHACHTER Nichols College senior Ian Spencer co-captains the men’s ice hockey team and has played a big role in the team’s winning seasons over the past four years. He points to last year’s Commonwealth Coast Conference championship and the team’s performance in the NCAA Division III tournament as the high points in his playing […]

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 Lombard Dining Hall’s Raised the Roof

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE Just in time for the start of the spring 2019 semester, the new street-facing addition of Lombard Dining Hall opened. Students, faculty, and staff are loving it, with some posting photos of it to social media. Featuring big windows that let in bright light against white walls, it’s the cathedral-style ceiling […]

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 Worcester News Tonight TV News Features Prof. Erika C. Smith on Federal Government Shutdown

Worcester News Tonight Channel 3 TV News featured Heard on The Hill‘s interview with Political Science Professor Erika Cornelius Smith, Ph.D., Jan. 14, discussing the federal government shutdown. The footage was shot by Director of Public Relations and Social Media Lorraine U. Martinelle. (Start at the 3:52 marker.)

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 Nichols Border Security Expert Addresses Government Shutdown’s Impact on Airports

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE It was reported Friday, Jan. 25, that the Federal Aviation Administration halted flights to LaGuardia Airport in New York City because of a shortage of air-traffic control staff. Heard on The Hill spoke about the situation with Dr. Stephen Morreale, D.P.A., a border security expert who teaches in the Nichols College […]

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