Monthly Archives: March 2011
THIBODAUX – Researchers of politics and history will soon have a vast, new resource waiting for them at Nicholls State University. Two of the Bayou Region’s most prominent political figures, Hunt Downer and Charlie Melancon, have donated their professional files and memorabilia to the Ellender Memorial Library Archives. The items are currently being cataloged.
THIBODAUX – Peter Bergen, CNN’s national security analyst and best-selling author, is scheduled to lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 17, in Powell Auditorium at Nicholls State University. Bergen will discuss al-Qaida, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, counterterrorism and Osama bin Laden.
THIBODAUX – The Nicholls State University Camerata, a student string ensemble, will perform a concert at 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 18, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Cut Off, La.
THIBODAUX – Approximately 1,300 youths from area primary, middle and secondary schools will be attending the Bayou French Education Program, or “Tresors du Bayou,” scheduled for 9 a.m. Friday, March 18, near John L. Guidry Stadium at Nicholls State University.
THIBODAUX – Having won first place for the fourth consecutive year at the South Central Regional San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef Competition, the John Folse Culinary Institute at Nicholls State University is once again setting its sights on national acclaim.
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Native Plant Initiative (LNPI) – a multi-institution effort that includes Nicholls State University – has issued its annual report for 2010, detailing the progress and expansion of species cultivation at the University Farm.
THIBODAUX – The University of Louisiana System submitted Nicholls State University’s response to the latest Board of Regents low-completer program review on Monday, Feb. 28.