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  • Mark your calendars for February 2nd as we prepare to STUFF STOPHER! Gather up all your friends and family and meet us out at the court for an evening of basketball fun!

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  • It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of longtime Nicholls supporter and friend, Mr. Al Danos.

    Mr. Danos will be greatly missed by the Nicholls community and our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
    The Nicholls State University community is mourning the death of business leader and longtime university supporter Al Danos, who died Friday, Jan. 23 at age 68.

    A Larose native who helped expand his family’s oilfield service company Danos & Curole, Al was an avid supporter of higher education and a leader on the Nicholls Foundation Board. Most recently, he helped Nicholls raise more than $1.5 million in private donations to renovate the Mary M. Danos Theater, named in honor of his late wife in 2012. Al then worked closely with state Senator Norby Chabert to secure another $4.4 million in state funds to expand the renovations in Talbot Hall. In addition to helping the Nicholls music department achieve All-Steinway status, Al and Mary Danos also established an endowed scholarship at Nicholls for first-generation college students from South Lafourche High School and funded endowed professorships in education and nursing among other gifts.

    “The Nicholls family will greatly miss Mr. Al Danos, a dear friend and generous supporter of the university,” said Dr. Bruce Murphy, university president. “Although he wasn’t a Nicholls graduate, Al believed strongly in the importance of the university and enjoyed attending events on campus and interacting with students. Al and Mary’s legacy will continue to influence the lives of future Nicholls students when they walk through the renovated Talbot Hall or attend an event in the state-of-the-art Danos Theater.”

  • King cake lovers, rejoice! South Louisiana has tons of things to do at any given moment. Here is a list of 5 festivals happening this spring just an hour from campus. One of those events being the FREE King Cake festival going on this Sunday in Champions Square.

    5 New Orleans festivals to look forward to this spring
    As the end of January nears, holiday festivities in New Orleans wrap up to make way for the spring festival season, and many of these events are...



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