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Nicholls inducts 15 students into Hall of Fame

Nicholls State University named 15 students to its Hall of Fame, the highest honor Nicholls students can receive based on both their academic and extracurricular achievements. Pictured are Hall of Fame honorees and university administrators, including: top row, from left, Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert, university president; Gavin Johnson of Larose; Trevor Boudreaux of Thibodaux; Yvette Barbier of Baton Rouge; Shelly Waguespack of Thibodaux; Matthew Jewell of Luling; Chrystal Lachney of St. Francisville; Sierra Payne of Shreveport; Carolyn Noble of Burlington, Ontario; Dr. Eugene Dial, vice president for student affairs; Sarah Baudoin of Gray; Drew Ledet of Thibodaux; bottom row, from left, Hailey Silverii of Thibodaux; Stephanie O’Gwynn of Ponchatoula; Jennifer Bourgeois of Raceland; Bridget Mire of Thibodaux; and Mingma Sherpa of Kathmandu, Nepal.

Nicholls State University named 15 students to its Hall of Fame, the highest honor Nicholls students can receive based on both their academic and extracurricular achievements. Pictured are Hall of Fame honorees and university administrators, including: top row, from left, Dr. Stephen T. Hulbert, university president; Gavin Johnson of Larose; Trevor Boudreaux of Thibodaux; Yvette Barbier of Baton Rouge; Shelly Waguespack of Thibodaux; Matthew Jewell of Luling; Chrystal Lachney of St. Francisville; Sierra Payne of Shreveport; Carolyn Noble of Burlington, Ontario; Dr. Eugene Dial, vice president for student affairs; Sarah Baudoin of Gray; Drew Ledet of Thibodaux; bottom row, from left, Hailey Silverii of Thibodaux; Stephanie O’Gwynn of Ponchatoula; Jennifer Bourgeois of Raceland; Bridget Mire of Thibodaux; and Mingma Sherpa of Kathmandu, Nepal.

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