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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 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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 Thunder Takes Social Media’s #10YearChallenge

Nichols College’s beloved bison mascot Thunder got some great visibility Jan. 16 on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook by participating in social media’s #10yearchallenge! Check out Thunder on Instagram …   View this post on Instagram   Thunder, Nichols College’s bison mascot, takes the #10yearchallenge! Also, check out what Thunder looked like in 1968! A post […]

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 Holiday ‘Tickets-for-Tots’ Program Enters 13th Year at Nichols College

Nichols College community members are invited to participate in the 13th annual Tickets-for-Tots program, which started Monday, Nov. 26, and runs through Monday, Dec. 17. Every toy donated will take the place of a Nichols College parking ticket, and that ticket will be considered paid in full. This does not reduce the overall number of […]

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 Bison Give Back for the Holidays

By HOPE RUDZINSKI As employees of Sodexo Dining Services at Nichols College, Dave Hebert and Harley Biercuk make sure students on The Hill are well fed. They also, however, go beyond the boundaries of Center Road to help people who don’t have a lot. They have big hearts and will drop anything to make time for […]

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 STUDENT PROFILE: Lindsey Gerzabek is a Nichols Sports Star, Leader, and More

By RONALD SCHACHTER DUDLEY, Mass.—If you’re looking for Nichols College junior Lindsey Gerzabek these late fall afternoons, you can find her skating down the right-wing during practices for the women’s ice hockey team. But she also came to Nichols from her hometown of Branford, Conn., to play for the women’s lacrosse squad, for which she will […]

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 Thanks to the Nichols College Community for Making the WBZ NewsRadio “Talk the Vote” Event a Success!

Over 200 students, faculty, staff, and members of the general public packed Daniels Auditorium Monday, Oct. 29, to participate in WBZ 1030 AM NewsRadio’s “Talk the Vote,” a live radio broadcast hosted by veteran journalist Dan Rea. The show — which was broadcast in 38 states and publicized Nichols College A LOT — featured Massachusetts […]

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 Defend Our Title: Vote for Nichols in WBJ Best of Business Awards

The ballot is open to vote in Worcester Business Journal’s 2019 Best of Business Awards! Nichols won “Best College for Business Education” in 2018, 2017, and 2016, and—with YOUR help—we can DEFEND OUR TITLE! Vote here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YTDCL67 Please take a moment to write in Nichols College. (Note: You must vote in at least 10 categories […]

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 Sodexo, ELP, Men of Distinction Food/Can Drives Run Through Nov. 14

Updated: Nov. 12, 2018 Sodexo, Nichols College’s dining services provider, will again hold its annual food/can drive, this time for the Blessed Backpack Brigade, which lost all of its supplies in the August tornado that ripped through parts of Dudley and Webster. Non-perishable food and cans will be collected Nov. 5-13 at Lombard Dining Hall. […]

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