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September 1, 2012

Saturday
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Reception: Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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09:00 A

Women's Volleyball: Regis Pride Invitational

Location: Regis College

Six team volleyball tournament with matches starting at 9:00am, 11:00am and 1:00pm. Teams include Regis, MIT, WPI, Becker, Worcester State and Husson

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11:00 A

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Mount Ida

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis vs. Mount Holyoke

Location: Regis College

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02:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Thomas College (Me.)

Location: Thomas College (Me.)

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06:00 P

Boston Tour

Location: Pick-up outside Alumnae Hall

September 2, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Suffolk

Location: Suffolk University

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01:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ St. Joseph's (Me.)

Location: St. Joseph's College (Me.)

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08:00 P

David Hall, Hypnotist

Location: LSU

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10:00 P

Walmart Trip

Location: Pick-up outside Alumnae Hall

September 3, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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08:00 P

Big Prize Bingo

Location: FAC

September 4, 2012

Tuesday
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All-College Convocation

Location: Fine Arts Center

Convocation will begin with a spirited procession from College Hall to the Fine Arts Center (FAC) and concluding with a barbecue on the main lawn. President Hays will welcome us into the new academic year with enthusiasm and energy and Campus Ministry will lead us with prayer. In addition, student leaders will be performing a skit called “Life on Campus” that deals with important college issues, and the Glee Club will lead us in song. Regularly scheduled classes resume at 2:00 pm.

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Fall 2012 Undergraduate and Graduate Classes Begin

Location:

Classes suspended at 12 noon until 2 p.m. for All-College Convocation

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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Framingham State

Location: Framingham State University

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06:00 P

Bongo Ball Mania

Location: TBD

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07:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Eastern Nazarene

Location: Eastern Nazarene College

September 5, 2012

Wednesday
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08:00 A

Come for Iced Coffee!

Location: Library Walkway

Weather permitting. Sponsored by Campus Ministry.

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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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11:00 A

Blood Drive

Location: USU

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04:30 P

Give-Away at Men's Soccer Game

Location: Athletic Fields

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04:30 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Fisher

Location: Regis College

September 6, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Lasell

Location: Lasell College

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04:00 P

Men's Tennis: Regis @ Assumption

Location: Assumption College

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04:00 P

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06:00 P

Happy Hour and Tournament

Location: LSU Parking Lot

The Student Programming and Leadership team will be hosting a Hawaiian Luau themed dinner put on by Aramark in the LSU parking lot at 6pm. Join us for food, fun, and a beer garden if you're over 21! Happy Hour also includes a water pong tournament.

September 7, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Salem State

Location: UMass Dartmouth

Regis travels to UMass Dartmouth for a two-day tournament.

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06:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ UMass Dartmouth

Location: UMass Dartmouth

Regis travels to UMass Dartmouth for a two-day tournament

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08:00 P

Olympic Games

Location: TBD

September 8, 2012

Saturday
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10:00 A

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Eastern Nazarene

Location: UMass Dartmouth

Regis travels to UMass Dartmouth for a two-day tournament

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11:00 A

Carnival

Location: Front Lawn

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11:00 A

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Emerson College

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Framingham State

Location: UMass Dartmouth

Regis travels to UMass Dartmouth for a two-day tournament

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03:00 P

Mixfest

Location: Pick-Up outside Alumnae Hall

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03:30 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Lyndon State

Location: Lyndon State College

September 9, 2012

Sunday
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05:45 P

Mass

Location: Chapel

September 10, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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08:00 P

September 11, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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12:00 P

Club Fair

Location: Circle outside Alumnae Hall

Every club on Campus will be present to get the word out about their various organizations! Vendors and local businesses will be in attendance as well, including hint water, Jam'n 94.5, Pepsi, and a gourmet cupcake truck!

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04:30 P

Field Hockey: Regis vs. Simmons

Location: Regis College

September 12, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ New England College

Location: New England College

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07:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Mass. Maritime

Location: Massachusetts Maritime Academy

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07:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Gordon

Location: Gordon College

September 13, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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07:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Westfield State

Location: Westfield State University

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07:00 P

September 14, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

September 15, 2012

Saturday
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10:30 A

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. UMaine Farmington

Location: Husson University

Regis travels to Husson University for a day-long tournament.

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12:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Clark

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Newport Trip

Location: Pick-up outside Alumnae Hall

Students, Faculty, and Staff are welcome to participate in this bus trip to beautiful Newport, RI.

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12:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis @ Becker

Location: Becker College

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12:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Husson University

Location: Husson University

Regis travels to Husson University for a day-long tournament

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03:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Maine Presque-Isle

Location: Husson University

Regis travels to Husson University for a day-long tournament.

September 16, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

Men's Tennis: Regis vs. Franklin Pierce

Location: Regis College

September 17, 2012

Monday
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Constitution Day

Location:

Today marks the 225th anniversary of the signing of the US Constitution! Learn about our country's Constitution – what it is, who wrote it, and when it was written. You can also read the Bill of Rights or the Declaration of Independence at www.constitution.laws.com.

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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:30 P

September 18, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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06:00 P

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07:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Fitchburg State

Location: Fitchburg State University

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07:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Simmons

Location: Simmons College

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08:00 P

Comedian Robbie Printz

Location: LSU

September 19, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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07:00 A

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Mount Ida

Location: Mount Ida College

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07:00 P

September 20, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

International Pot-Luck Dinner

Location: College Hall Parterre

Share an international dinner with fellow students - bring a dish that represents your heritage, home town, or a little about you!

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05:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Lesley

Location: Regis College

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07:30 P

Community Coffeehouse

Location: Black Box Theater

The Community Coffeehouses put on in the Fine Arts Center’s Black Box Theater offer space for a number of inspired participants to showcase their unique talents. Acts will include poets, artists, musicians, lyricists, and many more, depending on the day!

September 21, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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08:00 P

Intramural Knock Out Basketball

Location: Gym

No need to sign up, just come down to the gym! Top two finalists win a set of Red Sox tickets!

September 22, 2012

Saturday
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Boston Cultural Connection

Location: Pick-Up outside Alumnae Hall

Bus will drop students, faculty, or staff off in Boston, where they are welcome to enjoy an extensive variety of cultural events, including Opening night at Symphony Hall, College Fest at the Hynes Convention Center, an exhibit from Josiah McElheny at the Institute of Contemporary Art, and the Allure of Japan exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts. Bus departs Alumnae Hall at 12pm!

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11:00 A

Women's Volleyball: Regis vs. Wentworth

Location: Regis College

Regis hosts Wentworth and Mass. Maritime in a tri-match

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11:30 A

Women's Soccer: Regis vs. Elms

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Octoberfest

Location: Pick-Up outside Alumnae Hall

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12:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Bay Path

Location: Regis College

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01:00 P

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02:00 P

Men's Soccer vs. Elms

Location: Regis College

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03:00 P

September 23, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

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06:00 P

September 24, 2012

Monday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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05:00 P

Women's Tennis vs. Eastern Nazarene

Location: Regis College

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08:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis @ Lesley

Location: Lesley University

September 25, 2012

Tuesday
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04:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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07:00 P

Field Hockey: Regis @ Gordon

Location: Gordon College

September 26, 2012

Wednesday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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04:00 P

Women's Tennis: Regis @ Newbury

Location: Pine Manor College

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05:00 P

Men's Soccer: Regis vs. Fitchburg State

Location: Regis College

September 27, 2012

Thursday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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05:00 P

Public Heritage Institute Salon Night

Location: Faculty Dining Room, Lower Student Union

This salon will highlight work done by faculty and students over the course of the summer. We invite you to come share your summer experiences with us. The cultural theme will be Brazilian. Food and beverages will be served. Suggested donation to the Public Heritage Institute is $5.00 for food and $2.00 per drink. Open to all faculty and students.

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06:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Anna Maria

Location: Anna Maria College

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07:00 P

September 28, 2012

Friday
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10:00 A

Upon Further Consideration: What tells a story...

Location: Carney Gallery

Held together by intense imaginations, a tendency towards humor, and familiar objects reinterpreted, David Lang and Virginia Fitzgerald’s works are perfect complements. Lang’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony, and poetry. His small and curious combinations of found objects represent the universal. Elegant wings of paper mimic a tranquil heartbeat—or the rise and fall of the ocean tides. Fitzgerald finds her voice in dresses. She transforms everyday disposable products that pervade our lives into works of art that are at once beautiful and disconcerting. Lang and Fitzgerald open our eyes to the joy of the accidental find re-imagined and reborn.

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03:30 P

Men's Tennis: Regis @ Eastern Nazarene

Location: Eastern Nazarene College

September 29, 2012

Saturday
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11:00 A

Field Hockey: Regis @ Clark

Location: Clark University

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11:00 A

Women's Tennis: Regis vs. Mitchell

Location: Regis College

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12:00 P

Graduate student lunch with President Hays

Location: College Hall Foyer

Graduate students are invited to have lunch with President Antionette Hays! Lunch will be served in the foyer of College Hall.

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01:00 P

Women's Volleyball: Regis @ Southern Vermont

Location: Southern Vermont College

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02:00 P

Women's Soccer: Regis @ Bay Path

Location: Bay Path College

September 30, 2012

Sunday
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01:00 P

Men's Tennis: Regis @ Post University

Location: Post University