Current Articles

Selected articles from the Fall 2019 edition of Regis Today

  • 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.  
  • a Tanner, EdD.