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.