Regis Today 

Regis Today is the bi-annual magazine of Regis that features stories on alumni, donors, students, and friends of the university as well as class notes (in fall issues only) and alumni photos. Recently published issues of the Regis Today magazine are available to view by clicking on an issue link below. If you're not receiving the digital magazine via email, make sure your contact information is updated.

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Regis Today Fall 2019

Read Fall 2019 articles

  • Vetting a Passion
    Alexis Nicole Zallas ’13 fostered scientific curiosity and a love for animals to create a rewarding career as a veterinarian.
  • Game Changer
    Former student-athlete Kathleen Thompson ’91 makes a life-saving kidney donation to her Regis basketball coach Donna Tanner, EdD.
  • Now We Fly
    Regis surpassed its Now We Fly Campaign goal of $40 million during the Let It Shine Gala in October. The campaign will officially come to a close on December 31, 2019, completing the most ambitious fundraising initiative in the university’s 92-year history.
  • Taking Action
    Nursing students provide health and nutrition guidance for communities in Boston and Argentina through new exchange program.
  • Making Moves
    A career change from politics to nursing allows Katy Sullivan, MSN ’15, to make a hands-on impact on community health.
  • It Takes a Village
    Peggy Blanchard ’66 finds inspiration as a mentor and advocate for children and families in need.
  • Catherine Burke Society Spotlight
    When Leigh Alogna Duff ’69 celebrated her 50th Reunion in 2019, she and her husband William knew they wanted to make a special gift to Regis. Through the Catherine Burke Society, they made an impactful gift that will leave a legacy for decades to come. Here, the couple talks about why it was important to them to support Regis with a planned gift in memory of a former Regis president.  

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