Q&A: Manufacturing a Remedy

The most critical line of defense against COVID-19 is making its way across the U.S. Regis College assistant professor Brian Plouffe explains how a safe and effective vaccine is developed.

The Pandemic in Paradise

Not wanting to miss out on a study abroad-like experience, Samantha Pereira ‘23, found an opportunity to work as a certified nursing assistant in Hawaii this semester.

Committed to Leadership

Metrowest Daily News: Larissa Ribas of Framingham had the trip of a lifetime. She also learned that hunger is a global problem.

Regis Joins Global Leadership Network

Regis has strengthened its commitment to global citizenship by partnering with the Millennium Campus Network, a non-profit that prepares students to become leaders.

Letter to the Regis Community

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.

Reflections from Haiti

A blog post by Alexis Lawton, director of development and communications for the Regis Haiti Project.