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Students Travel to Boston to Discuss 2014 Iraqi Elections

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. […]

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

PHOTOS BY NICHOLS NEWS SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHER ALEX FISHER

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Day Tripping: Toronto

The winter is tough, we all know that. Instead of complaining, why don’t you brave the elements and explore a burgeoning city with activities to fulfill any interest? Toronto is a global city of 6 million people. Only one and a half hours from Buffalo, our news-making northerly neighbor deserves our attention. Here is our […]

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Eco-Schools Partners to Share Interest

After a relatively inactive start to the school year, Eco-Schools is back working to better the environmental climate at Nichols and the greater Buffalo community. Their first major outing was to the Green Entrepreneurial Center at the Community Action Organization of Erie County on Friday, Oct. 18. While there, students had the opportunity to teach […]

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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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Art and History Combine for a Memorable Night

A perennial art show has firmly established itself in the Buffalo summer event series. Silo City provided the backdrop for one of the most unique art experiences in Buffalo. In its second year, City of Night appeared more refined and mature. The show directors, the Emerging Leaders in the Arts of Buffalo (ELAB), expanded this […]

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Fragments shows the raw creativity Buffalo has to offer

On March 15, a group of four emerging Buffalo artists took over the Hi-Temp Fabrication factory in the Cobblestone District. The result was a one-night, pop-up warehouse exhibit entitled “Fragments.” The four artists participating were Thomas Webb, OGRE, Chuck Tingley and Max Collins. Each artist displayed their work on one of the four walls of […]

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