Colonel Pride

Shoulders to Stand On

The year 2020 was both a rewarding and challenging one for Dr. Michele Caruso. On one hand, she was named vice president for student affairs

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Spring 2021

Learning Against the Odds

Here at Nicholls State University, we like to create a homey feeling for everyone that steps foot on our campus. That is because when you

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Spring 2021

Rebuilding a Community

If Tyler Duplantis (BA’ 20) wants to relive memories from his childhood home, it’s only a drive away. That’s different if you grew up in

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Spring 2021

Forming a Sisterhood

Few can sum up the power of Black women better than electrical engineer Kimberly Bryant, who says, “Any time you get more than a couple

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Spring 2021

Building For Our Future

Not even a pandemic can stop the Nicholls campus from evolving. Thanks to the generous support of our alumni and donors, we have been able

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Spring 2021

She Put a Ring on it

When Katy Walding could not get a class ring, she created her own. Class rings are a U.S. tradition. The United States Military Academy issued

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Fall 2020

You Are Not Alone

Maya Angelou said, “You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.” Proper

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Fall 2020

Drawn Together

Jessica Searcy-McCray, at 50 years of age, is old enough to be the mother to her classmates at Nicholls State University. In fact, she is

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Fall 2020

Service Through Diversity

The Nicholls State University NAACP Chapter has made its mark through service linked to the organization’s mission of promoting unity, diversity and equality on campus

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Fall 2020

Being Black In America

Black people in America represent a minority group that, dating back to slavery, has unique experiences of systematic racism, discrimination, and marginalization largely through U.S.

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Spring 2020

NICHOLLS COVID-19 TIMELINE

January 21, 2020 First reported case of novel coronavirus in the United States. January 21, 2020 February 5, 2020 Nicholls prohibits travel to China. February

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Finding the Answers
Summer 2020

Finding the Answers

With his sister and brother at home in Luling, it was tough for Brandon Thomas to convince his parents that he should remain at Nicholls.

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Summer 2020

KEEPING CAMPUS SAFE

While most of our faculty and staff have begun working from home, some have stayed behind. Their job is to keep campus safe and clean. When the students, faculty and staff return to campus, they hope you only notice that facility projects have advanced.

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Summer 2020

ROLLING WITH THE PUNCHES

Emma Bourgeois was practicing for Songfest when news broke that the NBA suspended its season after two of its players tested positive for COVID-19. She didn’t know it at the time, but that would be her last event on campus.

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Summer 2020

Being There, From Afar

Classes are essential to Nicholls’ mission, but student services are a critical component to the Nicholls experience. They aid in education, research, mental health, physical health and much more.

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Summer 2020

STAYING AFLOAT

Louisiana small businesses have a lot of questions as they struggle to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. And Jimmy Nguyen and the Louisiana Small Business Development Center at Nicholls State University are helping with the answers.

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