Regis in the News shares the University’s most newsworthy appearances in print, online and in other mediums, such as radio and social media.

Regis University was at the center of several stories this summer, notably with the President’s travels to two refugee camps in Africa to award diplomas to graduates of the Jesuit Worldwide Learning program.

“This is a pathway to a true, bona-fide degree in higher education,” President John P. Fitzgibbons, S.J., told The Denver Post. “Few of us in the Western world can comprehend what these students have endured and continue to endure.”

Click on the links below to explore Regis’ most recent news coverage:

”Regis University president awards diplomas to refuge students in Kenya, Malawi”: https://www.denverpost.com/2018/07/27/regis-university-refugee-students-diplomas

“Jesuit push to educate exiles complicated by U.S. policy”: https://cruxnow.com/global-church/2018/08/10/jesuit-push-to-educate-exiles-complicated-by-u-s-policy

“The pope visited Denver 25 years ago today”: LINK TEXT HERE

“Meshach Rhoades: Show and prove through strength and strategy”: https://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2018/08/24/meshach-rhoades-show-and-prove-through-strength.html

“Aurora soup kitchen saved after anonymous benefactor buys building from Regis University”: https://www.denverpost.com/2018/08/20/aurora-soup-kitchen-saved-by-benefactor

Do you have a story idea you think is newsworthy? Email Jennifer Forker, director of communications, at jforker@regis.edu.


Posted September 13, 2018