News

  1. Alumnus Creates Bicentennial Sculpture

    30 June 2015

    by Autumn Hicks ’15

    To help celebrate the Nichols College Bicentennial, Richard P. Clinton ’54, has sculpted a work describing Nichols’ history and transition into the college it is today.  The sculpture, named The Metamorphosis, was commissioned by the College and is on display in the lobby of Conant Library.

  2. Nichols College Gives Dudley a New Jaws of Life Device

    30 June 2015

    In a ceremony during the June 22nd Dudley Board of Selectmen’s meeting, Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer presented a new “Jaws of Life” apparatus to Dudley Fire and Emergency Services Chief Dean Kochanowski.

  3. Nichols Pipeline Program Encourages Local High School Students

    22 June 2015

    A unique Nichols College initiative to steer local high school students towards college careers has just wrapped up its 13th year.

  4. Senior Weeks the Recipient of a Lifetime Award

    8 June 2015

    By: Patrick Pope, Class of 2015

    The Nichols College Football Program has had its struggles over the past couple of seasons, failing to record a conference victory since 2009.  In 2014 the athletic department hired a new head coach, and looked for a fresh start to begin the season.  Some of the qualities the new coaching staff looked for in their players included a positive attitude, strong work ethic, dedication, and heart.

  5. Sport Management Students Visit Madison Square Garden

    1 June 2015

    Recently, 27 Nichols sport management students headed to New York City for what has become an annual expedition to Madison Square Garden (MSG), home to the NY Rangers, NY Knicks, and NY Liberty (WNBA) and the venue for more than 350 events a year.

  6. Hall of Famer Cam Neely Talks Hockey and Business

    28 May 2015

    By Mike Miga ’16

    Eyes were wide open, the anticipation obvious. Even the one student wearing a non-Bruins hat was excited.  Those in the packed Nichols Athletic Center waited, hoping that someone would announce Boston Bruin’s president and Hall of Fame forward Cam Neely’s name or that they might be the first to get a glimpse of the local hockey legend.

  7. Students Rise to the Challenge in Elevator Speech Competition

    28 May 2015

    by Riley Tebbetts ’16

    A picture may be worth a thousand words, but speaking far fewer words earned cash prizes for three Nichols students at the college’s Third Annual Elevator Speech Competition.

  8. Nichols College Graduates the Class of 2015

    12 May 2015

    On a morning full of sunshine, pomp, good advice, and unbridled enthusiasm, 484 Nichols students—including 372 undergraduates and 112 masters candidates—graduated as the Class of 2015.

  9. Incom Employees Receive Nichols Masters Degrees

    12 May 2015

    At an April 29th luncheon, nine employees of Charlton, Massachusetts-based fused fiber optics company Incom received their Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) degrees from Nichols College.

  10. Nichols Students Compete in National Sport Management Case Study Competition

    8 May 2015

    On April 19, 2015, two teams made up of four Nichols College female students and four male students headed to the University of South Carolina in Columbia to attend the 2015 Conference on College Sport and compete in the College Sports Research Institute case study competition.

  11. Female Leaders Flourish on Campus

    1 May 2015

    Nichols’ Institute For Women’s Leadership (IWL)—not yet two years old—continues to expand its footprint on the Nichols campus as well as in the larger surrounding community.

  12. Bison Travel Abroad

    1 May 2015

    by Erica Milosh ’16

    Over Spring Break 2015, Nichols students had the opportunity to travel abroad through two of the college’s academic programs. Ten Criminal Justice Management (CJM) majors flew to Barcelona, Spain in order to learn more about international criminal justice systems, while eight freshmen studied four businesses in London, England as an extension of the new freshman leadership course—LEAD 101—at Nichols.

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