Austin DuVarney to Serve as Nichols College ‘President for a Day’

Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer, Ph.D., has announced that the 5th Annual President for a Day will be Austin DuVarney of West Boylston, Mass. DuVarney is a senior majoring in communication. “I am excited to work with Austin and to switch roles on Wednesday, April 3,” said President Engelkemeyer. “The Search Committee and I […]

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 Nichols MBB Feels Elite After Win Over Amherst

By PETE DIVITO AMHERST, Mass.–Nichols College Senior Marcos Echevarria scored 18 of his game-high 22 points in the second half as No. 14 Nichols College stunned No. 7 Amherst 62-58 to advance to the Elite 8 of the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Tournament Friday night at LaFrek Gymnasium on the campus of Amherst College. After struggling to beat […]

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 Nichols Sophomore Nick Anderson Leads the Way in Raising Awareness for Cancer Research

The 2nd annual Nichols College Relay For Life will be held Saturday, April 6, 2019, starting at 6 p.m. in the main gym of the Athletic Center on Center Road, Dudley, Mass. The registration fee is $15 prior to the event, or $20 “at the door.” Food and beverages will be provided. The event is open […]

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 91 Things to Do in the Woo

We just discovered a great resource to share with students (or your colleagues!) looking for off-campus things to do … Compiled by Discover Central Massachusetts, these are 91 things students just have to do before they graduate. From iconic Worcester to trendy places to check out; this list will get anyone motivated to explore and […]

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 Nichols College Student Liam Meagher Brings Comedy to Campus — and Beyond

By HOPE RUDZINSKI  DUDLEY, Mass.—When it comes to making the atmosphere a little less serious and always putting a smile on your face, comedian Liam Meagher of Rutland, Mass., accomplishes it all.  Meagher is a junior at Nichols College, double majoring in marketing and history. He fell in love with classic comedy when he was younger and always wanted […]

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 Nichols Men’s Basketball Heads to Sweet 16

By PETE DIVITO DUDLEY, Mass.—The Nichols College men’s basketball team has advanced to the NCAA Division III “Sweet 16” and is en route to Amherst, Mass. Thursday afternoon after a send-off celebration from their fellow Nichols community members. The team will face No. 7 Amherst College Friday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m. at LeFrak Gymnasium. The […]

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 Nichols Prof. Hans Despain Opines on Sen. Eric Lesser Proposed Western Mass.-Remote Worker Incentive Bill

The (Springfield) Republican / MassLive.com and The Reminder newspaper company have published an opinion column by Nichols College Economics Chair and Professor Hans G. Despain, Ph.D., about State Sen. Eric Lesser’s (D-Longmeadow) proposed remote worker incentive program. The legislation would encourage people to move from eastern Massachusetts to the western part of the state. Dr. […]

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 STUDENT PROFILE: Richard Vazquez Aims to be a Financial Fraud Hunter

By RONALD SCHACHTER DUDLEY, Mass.—Richard Vazquez Jr. is putting his Nichols College double major in criminal justice and accounting to good use. The senior from Methuen, Mass., has spent much of his college career learning the ins ‘n’ outs of forensic accounting—a growing field for which Nichols is preparing accounting students. Forensic accounting is the […]

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 Nichols Men’s Basketball Coach Scott Faucher’s Dance Moves Catch Media Attention

(Worcester) Telegram & Gazette‘s sports columnist Jennifer Toland interviews Nichols College’s very own “Dancing King,” Men’s Basketball Head Coach Scott Faucher, whose post-victory moves last Saturday in New Jersey were featured on “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir.” Read the March 5, 2019 Telegram & Gazette article: “Jennifer Toland’s College Notes: Scott Faucher, Men’s Basketball […]

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