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Bee-Keeping At Nichols

Bee-Keeping At Nichols

This spring, I decided to ask permission to establish a honey bee colony at our school. Bee keeping has become a recent interest of mine, and having completed my first year of raising bees, I thought it would be an excellent time to share my passion with others in the Nichols community through the permanent […]

Effort is the Key to Change: Nichols School Diversity Conference

About a year ago, juniors Jill Daniels and Maia Manney returned to school buzzing with the desire to share the new information and ideas they learned at conferences with the Nichols community. Jill freshly back from the Student Diversity Leadership Conference (SDLC) and Maia from the National Federation for Just Communities (NFJC) as well as […]

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Lead Advocate for the Environment Visits Buffalo, Spends Time at Nichols

On December 1, a group of environmentally-minded business leaders, grassroots justice workers, and interested community members gathered for the 2014 Western New York Environmental Alliance (WNYEA) Congress. Combining reflections on the last twelve months and crafting a vision for the next calendar year, this was an evening in which many celebrated the increasingly effective green […]

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Service Day: A Learning Experience for Freshmen

In heart of Spirit Week, the Upper School students gave back to the Buffalo Community. For the freshmen, advisories were split into groups and divided among five service activities.  One of the groups, went to Squaw Island Park with the Re-Tree organization. They spent their mornings grooming trees that were planted after the October Storm […]

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Students Travel to Boston to Discuss 2014 Iraqi Elections

Thirteen students traveled to Boston, Mass., during the last weekend of Spring Break to participate in the 2014 Tufts Inquiry event at Tufts’ Institute for Global Leadership. Nichols was the only school present representing Upstate New York. This years’ topic of discussion was the upcoming Iraqi elections. The event began with a round of speakers. […]

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Championship Photo Gallery: Varsity Basketball vs. Bishop-Timon St. Jude

PHOTOS BY NICHOLS NEWS SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER ALEX FISHER

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Byron Brown Dominates the Polls, Wins Re-election:

Byron W. Brown has won re-election as the city’s mayor. He dominated the city polls, capturing seventy percent of the popular vote. His underfunded and largely overlooked Republican opponent, Sergio Rodriguez, was lapped in the voting booths. Mayor Brown utilized a pool of strong campaign funds to comfortably win a third term. In a night […]

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iGuy : There’s “still a lot to cover”

It’s that time of the year again, again. I think that makes sense, well anyway it’s time for another Apple event. According to The Loop, Apple’s invitation to the event taking place on October 22nd will cover the Mac and iPad. I’ve been particularly looking forward to this event for all sorts of reasons. There […]

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iGuy : Regarding Apple’s September 10th Event

Today Apple announced an event that is taking place on Sept. 10. This event according to other Apple blogs will finally deliver the iPhone 5S, Apple’s seventh generation iPhone. Apparently, this new device will deliver a fingerprint scanner built into the home button, a better camera, a faster processor dubbed “A7,” two new color options […]

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Gaga Reborn

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Gaga Reborn

Lady Gaga appears once again in “Applause,” her first single from her newest album, Artpop. But is it the same Gaga who vanished from the public square so many months ago? After a forced respite whose impetus came as a badly-damaged hip, Gaga arises. But be warned, this phoenix bites. In “Paparazzi,” Gaga is complicit […]

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