Monthly Archives: June 2012
THIBODAUX – The classic tale of Cinderella will come to life on the Talbot Theater stage at Nicholls State University this weekend, courtesy of almost 50 performing arts campers, ages 5 to 17. “G2K Cinderella” is part of the “Getting to Know” series, which adapts the full-length musicals of Rodgers and Hammerstein for young performers.
The College of Business Administration at Nicholls State University hosted “Free Enterprise Week” (F.E.W.) from June 17 to June 22. An annual event since 1981, F.E.W. is a competition featuring speakers, workshops and simulations designed to teach high school students about the private enterprise system.
THIBODAUX – From Pilates to jogging to kickboxing, the almost-complete Harold J. Callais Memorial Recreation Center at Nicholls State University will offer students, faculty and staff a variety of fitness and wellness programs.
THIBODAUX – For the third consecutive year, all of Nicholls State University’s 14 sports programs have performed above academic standard, according to information released this week by the National Collegiate Athletic Association on the academic progress rates (APR) of all NCAA Division I teams.
THIBODAUX – The Louisiana Board of Regents has awarded Nicholls State University $537,267 in research grants for 2012 – nearly $300,000 more than last year.
THIBODAUX – The public is invited to enjoy fine food and professional service at the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute’s student-operated restaurant, LeBistro, located at The Carmel Inn, 400 East First Street in Thibodaux.
THIBODAUX – Former Marine and current Army National Guard officer Gilberto Burbante has joined the Nicholls State University staff as coordinator of veterans services. The Morgan City native and 2011 Nicholls government graduate will be responsible for implementing a standardized program for veteran students.