Nichols Students Spread Holiday Cheer, Bison Give Back to Local Community

By HOPE RUDZINSKI  DUDLEY, Mass.—Christmas for children here who are less fortunate can leave a hole in little hearts. But with the help of Nichols College community members, that void was filled—at least a little.   The Nichols College Men of Distinction (MOD) helped to raise awareness across campus for YOU Inc.’s annual Adopt-A-Child program. The […]

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 In Hosting High School DECA Students, Nichols Helps Future Business Leaders Emerge

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Seventy budding business leaders and entrepreneurs from local high schools recently honed their pitching and presentation skills before a “DECA Day” judging panel of faculty and staff at Nichols College, a college of choice for business and leadership education. For the past three years, students from DECA programs at Bartlett […]

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 Nichols Students Attend Psychology Conference

Six Nichols College students and their professors attended the Nov. 10 New England Psychological Association annual meeting at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. The meeting included educational sessions on a range of psychology-related topics as well as several poster sessions. Pictured, from left to right: Christina Demalia, ’20; Professor Brian McCoy; Jessica Warner, ’21; Nicole Murray, ‘21 (in […]

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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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 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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 President’s Society Dinner Highlights Planning for the Present and Future, While Respecting the Past

The annual President’s Society Dinner was held Friday, Oct. 19, in recognition of the donors who give $1,000 or more each year to Nichols College. In fiscal year 2018, cash gifts from this group exceeded $3.8 million. More than 100 donors and guests attended. The theme of the evening was the campus and the buildings […]

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 Happy Halloween from ‘Fels of Screams’

By HOPE RUDZINSKI It’s that time of year again, when kids eat too much candy, Halloween movies play on repeat, and Nichols College’s Fels Student Center is transformed into halls of “horror.” Held the week before Halloween, “Fels of Screams” is the annual “fright fest” hosted by Fels Student Center managers and the students who […]

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 Nichols Criminal Justice Club to Host K-9 Memorial Fundraiser Nov. 27

Nichols College’s student Criminal Justice Club will host its 3rd annual K-9 fundraiser Tuesday, Nov. 27, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Daniels Auditorium, on Center Road in Dudley, Mass. The students raise money for the memorial located at the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services – Stow Campus, which is dedicated to the State […]

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 Let’s Get Spooky: Paranormal New England Takes on Nichols College 

By HOPE RUDZINSKI ‘20  Are ghosts real or not?   Nichols College History Professor Emily Thomas and Psychology Professor Thomas Davis co-teach a “History of Ghosts” course this semester that focuses on the history of spirts and the psychology behind it. They invited a team of ghost hunters from Paranormal New England to campus Oct. 25, 2018, to share their stories of the […]

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 Nichols Community to Honor Veterans at Nov. 12 Gathering

A Veterans Day Celebration will be held Monday, Nov. 12, at 6 p.m., at the Black Tavern on Center Road in Dudley. This free event is sponsored by the Nichols College Office for Military and Veteran Services and the Fischer Institute. Food and beverages will be provided. All are welcome to attend this informal social […]

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