Reception with Regis University President John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J.
A reception with the president at Sports Authority Field at Mile High! A chance to meet Regis University President Father Fitzgibbons and our Student Body President.
**To plan accordingly, the orientation staff needs to know the number of guests attending the Thursday evening reception at Sports Authority Field. This event is intended for the student and parents only. Please make alternative arrangements for other guests and register online by July 30th. If you have any questions or special needs, please contact us at 303.458.3505.**
The speaker who brings laughter to life!
Craig works with organizations using humor, creativity, spontaneity and laughter to break down barriers that get in the way of positive communication and teamwork.
Craig's programs will not only leave you laughing and full of energy, you will be ready to begin your Regis experience! His programs are always participatory - you won't leave without becoming physically, mentally and emotionally involved.
Should you think and act like a four-year-old? Craig's answer is yes! Four year-olds laugh a lot, are creative, have passion, are spontaneous, take positive risks, live in the moment and don't let fear get in the way of their dreams. When we combine our knowledge and compassion with those wonderful traits the results are amazing.
Mad Chad Taylor
There’s only one thing more entertaining than a madman juggling roaring chainsaws, and that’s when he drops one. This Guinness World Record holder has juggled everything from working video cameras to bowling balls that he can catch with his head. From learning to juggle a chainsaw in a week’s time for a television commercial to his first attempt at street theater in Venice Beach at the age of 13, Mad Chad Taylor keeps the audience enthralled and in stitches, figuratively speaking of course! “Because,” Mad Chad says, “if you really want people to put two hands together, you gotta be willing to risk one of your own!”
Theater Delta, based in Durham, North Carolina has developed Interactive Theater projects with numerous colleges and universities, the US Military, medical communities, the World Bank and others.
You will experience two performances that will use Interactive Theater – scripted and improvisational audience participatory theater – to promote dialogue and solutions around 1) Sexual Assault and Alcohol on campus and 2) The ISMs and Social Justice on campus. Student participants will witness a scene, have an opportunity to interact with the characters in the scene, and then take part in a facilitated conversation about the issues raised. Topics for Sexual Assault include: consent, the role of alcohol, bystander intervention, and victim blaming. Topics for the ISMs social justice include: intersecting identities, stereotypes and microaggressions, and bystander intervention.