Past Articles

Selected articles from previous editions of Regis Today

Fall 2017

  • True Purpose
    Family inspires Natasha Iacoviello '20 to pursue a nursing career
  • Music Matters
    For Padmini Sushila Pillai ’05, singing and science are in tune.
  • Enduring Pride
    Regis Athletics takes on new challenges
  • The Write Stuff
    From the classroom to the big screen, Caitlin McCarthy ’92 is making her mark
  • Critical Thinking
    Lab research aimed at traumatic brain injury
  • Ahead of the Game
    Julie Griffin '94 on the fanfare of community-building at Gillette Stadium
  • Opening Doors
    Reflecting on Regis’ visionary move to go coed: a decade later

Spring 2017

  • Music Maker
    New Alumni Chorus director builds on strong choral heritage
  • High Scores
    Regis women's and men's basketball programs flourish on and off the court
  • Defining Your Best Self
    Business partners Alexandra Rogers ’14, ’15 (left), and Alexa Nicholls Costa ’14, ’15, opened their second LexRx location on Newbury Street in 2016.
  • A Transformational Team
    Student-led exhibit gives world-renowned sculptor “the best show I have ever, ever had.”
  • Now We Fly
    The Campaign for Regis
  • Hearts & Minds
    Empowered to Dream

Fall 2016

  • Finding Their Voices
    As long as there have been languages, there have been interpreters. Learn how Maria Vertkin ’11 is harnessing this ancient profession to create better futures for immigrant women in Greater Boston.
  • Crowning Achievements
    Renee Banks ’19 on pageants, nursing, and the fight against melanoma
  • Sacred Spaces
    A glimpse into favorite sacred spots on campus
  • Leading Roles
    Students take on dramatic roles to put theory into practice
  • Many Hats, No Collar
    Father Paul Kilroy builds community, connection