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About Nicole Bonenfant (7 Articles)
As the manager of the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team and a student assistant in the athletic communications office, Nicole spends most of her time running errands. She can be seen during most athletic events either in the press box or the scorer’s table looking terribly confused at her stats laptop. When she’s not taking stats at a game or filming basketball practice, she is usually found listening to music at the library and trying to understand her grammar homework
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A historic season for Michigan Tech women’s basketball

February 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

As the 2014-15 regular season comes to an end, the Michigan Tech women’s basketball team rests at 11th in the nation with an incredible record of 22-1. While many students and community members aren’t aware of the women’s success this year, the season is close to taking its turn into the playoffs. Starting off the season being picked to ...

Jameis Winston and rape culture in college football

December 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

If you follow college football, the name Jameis Winston should ring a bell. Winston, a redshirt Sophomore who plays for the Florida State Seminoles, has been the called best college football player in the nation since he first suited up in the 2013-14 season. However, becoming the youngest player to win Heisman Trophy and leading Florida State to ...

Nicole’s Button Poetry black hole

December 2, 2014 // 0 Comments

Deep within the compound of the YouTube world lies the magical land of Button Poetry. This channel is one that you can immerse yourself in for hours and hours, sometimes when you don’t even intend to. It’s feminist, it’s progressive and it’s always full of poets who care. Here are five of my favorite slam poems by five ...

The only queer kid in the Copper Country

October 16, 2014 // 0 Comments

Growing up in a heteronormative world can be a scary experience for any queer kid, but even more so when you live in an extremely religious and conservative town. I’m from Calumet, Michigan, a town that was known for it’s mining heritage, but is currently known for being just a place you have to drive through to get to the Keweenaw. Calumet ...

Into the darkness

October 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

One of the hardest things to write about is depression. There are never enough words to describe the feeling. There is no poetic way of saying that you feel so empty that you can’t see any option besides death. There are no ways to pretty it up; no ways to make it sound bright. Through metaphors and imagery we can only try to describe the ...

Michigan Tech women’s basketball preview

October 13, 2014 // 0 Comments

Every October 15th a national holiday occurs for all NCAA basketball teams, from the premiere Division I programs like Duke and North Carolina to our own Division II school. That national holiday is the first day of practice. Starting on October 15th, the SDC Wood Gym will be occupied from the hours of 3PM to 9PM with the sounds of coaches ...