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Nichols students look to help rebuild


Undergraduates shine light back on hurricane victims



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New Hampshire native and sophomore Mike Shaheen; sophomore Andrew Hurley, of Boston; Webster resident and junior Gianna Raffa; Milford resident and junior Mike Cowal; Nichols College Assistant Director of the Center for Student Involvement Beth Gionfriddo; and Southbridge native and senior Andrew Gresenz, pose for a photo Wednesday, Feb. 22, outside the Bison Den. The group is currently in the midst of a major fundraising effort in order to travel to New Orleans over spring break to help in rebuilding homes affected by Hurricane Katrina. Joy Richard. (click for larger version)
February 26, 2012
DUDLEY — What happens when a heard of Bison join forces over spring break?

You have a group of Nichols College students who plan to give back to the victims of Hurricane Katrina during a time when most college kids are planning trips to sunny destinations or going back home to spend time with friends and family.

The group of seven undergraduates is looking to raise more than $2,000 before spring break this April. According to Nichols College Center for Student Involvement Assistant Director Beth Gionfriddo all of the money raised will be set aside to cover the cost of traveling and staying in New Orleans. She said if residents would like to donate they can log onto http://alumnichoose.org/hbab, and search Nichols College to find their fundraising page.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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