Rivier U opens new student apartment village

Rivier University president Sister Paula Marie Buley greets junior Sam Tibbetts, who, along with senior Alicia Martinez, right, took part in the symbolic ribbon-cutting ceremony for the university’s new Rivier Village residences on Friday. At left is Sister Helene Cote, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, and Mayor Jim Donchess is at right.

NASHUA — Immediately after he participated in the ceremonial ribbon-cutting that signaled the official opening of Rivier University’s new apartment-style student housing complex, junior Sam Tibbetts was more than eager to lead a guided tour of his new digs for those attending the event last week.

Tibbetts’s eagerness was two-fold: One, he got to show off the well-appointed, four-bedroom apartment into which he and three other Rivier students will be soon be moving, and two, the tour allowed him and his guests to escape the frigid gusts of wind that swept across the campus.


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