Editor’s Note: Joyce Salles is a senior at Nichols College, majoring in marketing and minoring in hospitality. She also interns for the Nichols Office of Marketing and Communications. By JOYCE SALLES ‘19 The Institute for Women’s Leadership (IWL) at Nichols College hosted a Lean In Circle event in September, during which nine female students–including me–shared a dinner with […]
Editor’s Note: Hope Rudzinski is a junior English major and communications minor, and a public relations assistant in the Nichols College Office of Marketing and Communications. By HOPE RUDZINSKI ’20 When it comes to taking risks and living in the moment, Jeffrey K. McKee, Ph.D., isn’t shy to embrace it. He grew up in Ohio, […]
Editor’s Note: Here’s a student-focused article written by an intern in the Nichols College Office of Marketing and Communications about off-campus activities for those without vehicles. We thought it was a fun, informative read you could share with your students. BY KATE-LYNN SCHRAFFA ’18 If you’re having trouble getting off campus, look no further! […]
The staff of the Bison Chronicles–seniors Catherine Hoey, Kate-Lynn Schraffa, and Ashley Dallaire; and junior Joe Lindsay–wish the Nichols College community and their families a happy and safe holiday season! Watch the festive video they created …
Editor’s Note: Professor Jean Beaupré, former director of the Institute for Women’s Leadership at Nichols College, has shifted to an advisory role. Rachel Ferreira succeeds her as director. From the IWL blog, Ferreira, who continues to serve as assistant director of enrollment, said: “My sister graduated in 2010 from Nichols College, and I found my […]
BY ASHLEY DALLAIRE ‘18 Nichols College Campus Recreation hosted its first ever pub night on Oct. 13 in the Fels Student Center lounge. Everyone tends to think that pub nights are strictly for students and faculty over 21 years of age, but this is not true. Over 100 people attended this new kind of pub […]
From first-year students to seniors, there were about 100 people on hand to pay their respects to the victims of the Las Vegas shooting. The air was filled with hope as more and more people were getting their candles prepared for the vigil.