At Regis, students don't just read the news, they experience it firsthand. Read more in The Boston Globe about 15 Regis students currently serving people at the border seeking asylum.
Metrowest Daily News: Every day the news is full of racial injustice, gender inequality, genocide, and more.
Regis, a Catholic university in greater Boston, will host a semester-long Diversity Walk that includes discussions and gallery exhibitions focused on themes of racism, gender issues and genocide.
The Boston Globe: If the president had his way, Marie Mathieu wouldn’t have been allowed to come here from Haiti and to eventually bring her five older kids here, too.
The MetroWest Daily News: After her school near Port-au-Prince collapsed in the devastating 2010 earthquake, Gabby Telemaque moved to the United States seeking a high school education.
I am deeply concerned about the decision to end Temporary Protected Status for some 59,000 Haitians who have been in the U.S. since the 2010 earthquake.
Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston, has launched a new Center for Inclusive Excellence (CIE).
Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston, opened its new School of Business and Communication with a panel discussion titled “DeHate the Debate: Seeking a Common Ground to Disagree Without Disrespect.”
Regis, a leading Catholic university in Greater Boston, presented more than 730 students with degrees ranging from associate to doctoral levels.
In a special ceremony on Thursday, May 4, students received their Kente stole cloths to wear during the university’s 87th commencement on Saturday, May 6.
I have watched with profound sadness and concern as the impact of President Trump's executive order on immigration becomes shockingly clear. I call on the President to rescind this order immediately.