By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE Think you can’t do anything to help out during the longest federal government shutdown in United States history? Nichols College Professor Erika Cornelius Smith, Ph.D., says otherwise. Watch our interview with her … During the longest #GovernmentShutdown in U.S. #history, @Nichols_College Political Science Professor Erika C. Smith, Ph.D., @nicholsdrsmith shares how […]
Foundation Supports Nichols College’s Two-Decade-Long Collaborative Program With the Boys & Girls Club of Webster-Dudley The Webster Five Foundation announced that as part of its Web of Caring to Make a Difference program, it has donated $7,500 to Nichols College to support the College’s program with the Boys & Girls Club of Webster-Dudley. This 22-year-old community […]
By PRISCILA ALFARO-BARRANTES, Ph.D. On behalf of my Nichols College classes, “Learning to Lead 101-08” and “Principles of Marketing 202-04,” I would like to thank you for participating in our #GivingTuesday campaign, the #NC22Challenge. My students’ goal was to raise $2,500, but with your help and support we reached and exceeded that goal. The total amount […]
Today, Nov. 27, is #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Nichols College is participating as a non-profit institution and also as part of a student-driven class project to benefit the Vermont-based Warrior Connection, which helps veterans with Post-Traumatic Shock Disorder (PTSD). Choose Nichols College […]
Editor’s Note: The following article appeared in the Friday, Nov. 23, 2018, edition of the Webster Times. By JASON BLEAU Times Correspondent WEBSTER — Over the last few months the Blessed Backpack Brigade has had a lot to be thankful for. The organization, which is geared toward helping local families and homeless individuals in need, […]
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. […]
Weekly newspaper The Webster Times published Nichols College senior Ashley Dallaire‘s first bylined article. Dallaire, an intern in the Nichols Public Relations office, wrote about how Nichols students, faculty, and staff help the local community during the holidays. Congratulations to Ashley!
BY ASHLEY DALLAIRE ’18 DUDLEY—They don’t call it “the most wonderful time of year” for nothing, especially at Nichols College, where there was no shortage of holiday spirit this season. From coat drives, feeding the homeless, fundraisers to support veterans, and toy drives for local children, Nichols students, faculty, and staff have embraced the spirit […]