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Disanto Reflects on 50 Years of Nurturing Regis Students

Ron DiSanto was on track to become a priest, until he found his calling — teaching.

Ken Phillips Weaves a Tempest in Tapestry

Inside his hidden studio, Regis’ Ken Phillips uses fabric and inspiration to weave Prospero’s magic

From the Ashes

Regis community members find hope and connection amid the Marshall Fire rubble

Providing a Lifeline

Regis Safe Outdoor Space answers call to help people experiencing homelessness

Combatting Maternal Mortality with Data

Former refugee and future physician Sabitra Niroula hopes to help women worldwide give birth safely

Master’s Scholar Plans to Put Her Health Care Experience to Work for Others

With help from Regis University’s Military Scholars Fund, 76-year-old Diana Bress is using her life-experience to serve others.

Bringing Prison to the Classroom — and the Classroom to Prison

Regis affiliate instructor Jim Bullington brings his experience educating those in prison to the classroom to help Regis students understand...

Water Damage

Regis biologists assess Marshall Fire’s impact on Coal Creek

Surendra Mahapatro Retires after 33 Years at Regis

Celebrating three decades of research, mentoring and making science accessible.

Zooming with Pope Francis

Regis freshman among students chosen to talk with, and question, Pope Francis about critical issues

Matched for Life

MBA alumna deploys her skill and experience to improve health disparities among people of color

Turmoil, tragedy test police chief’s leadership

Arvada, Colo., Police Chief Link Strate calls police work “an incredibly honorable profession,” and one that can be immensely satisfying.

HealthONE scholar brings passion for helping and healing to patients

Jesuit values guide Kendra Henderson through her day as a Regis nurse and HealthONE scholar.

The Little Cemetery That Moved

The journey of 43 Regis Jesuits and one Irish boy

Wild Life

Counseling Student Uses Army Ranger Tactics to Track Cheetah Poachers

Discerning Consciences

Michael Baxter, Peace Activist and Director of Catholic Studies, reflects on his time counseling conscientious objectors.

A VOICE for those struggling with poverty

Regis alumna Elisabeth Monaghan helps amplify the voices of those struggling with housing instability in The Denver VOICE.

Helping students find direction

How Jesuit education guides Compass Academy’s philosophy and mission

Mile High Achievers

MFA faculty write their own success stories

A Vision of Health

Faith, hard work and Regis support bring caring and wellness to a Denver community.

Sowing seeds for the Psyche

Regis alumna Amy Berryman heals damaged bodies with patience and science. In her spare time, heals psyches with flowers.

Becoming Regis

How Regis lost its Sacred Heart but got its name.

Regis’ Tree Whisperer Helps Diverse Species Take Root

Meet Sonia John, the woman behind Regis’ celebrated arboretum.

McCormick Scholarship Attracts and Aids High-achieving Students

McCormick Scholars, like Molly Schmanke, demonstrate strong character and exceptional academic prowess.

Changing Course to Capture History

Dan Steinle’s career path has meandered since his time at Regis, but his passion gave way to a new career photographing civil unrest.

Regis Welcomes New Chief Academic Officer

Get to know new Provost Karen Riley.

Ahead of the Game

Porter-Billups Leadership Academy reflects on 25 years of helping kids grow to become doctors, teachers, nurses and leaders.

Just Having a Season Counts as a Win

How Regis Athletics persevered through the COVID-19 pandemic in Spring 2021.

Vaccine Booster

Associate Professor Stephanie James, Ph.D., MBA, is fighting fear and disease with facts and science.

World Class Education

2021 Grads from All Over Converge on Regis’ Northwest Denver Campus

The Sacrifice of Walter Springs

Walter Springs was inspired to change a world burdened by racism. Now Regis honors his legacy.

Long Lost Songs of Regis

What’s in a school song anyway? Explore the history of Regis anthems and the contemporary work of Associate Professor Loretta Notareschi and...

Making the Places We Go Inclusive

Learn about one professor's role in renaming our important geographic landmarks to reflect a fuller history.

Peace, Justice and the Grace of Understanding

These Ignatian insights may guide you in your desire to join the struggle for racial justice.

Trials, Treatment and Triumph

Cancer couldn’t stop a determined mom from achieving her dream

Hall of Fame

Before continuing his famed career at the University of Kentucky, basketball Coach Joe B. Hall built a legacy at Regis.

Stirring up Compassion and Support

Viviana de la Torre smooths the path for other first-gen students.

Strong Words

In Regis professor’s searing poetry, social issues become personal.

Ask Regi About Coronavirus

Regi tackles difficult questions about how to ask others to respect your Coronavirus comfort zone.

Humanity in Color

Faculty member R. Alan Brooks uses the pen to combat bigotry and challenge views on race.

Welcome to the Show

Former Regis Ranger Steven Brault is a hit on the big-league diamond and in the recording studio.

Regis Rises

When COVID-19 struck, Regis found creative ways not just to survive, but to serve.

Conquering Cancer

Regis researcher Chris Malarkey may have found a way to stop one type of malignant tumor before it ever starts.

A Last Look at Loretto Heights College

Take a look at the former Loretto Heights College campus, set to become a mixed-use residential and commercial development.

Making the Most of Opportunity

Tori Rinsem finished her Regis women's soccer career as both a conference First Team honoree and Academic Player of the Year. But 23 career...

Searching for Connection

Professor Erica Ferg's extensive work in the Middle East led to her first book about the intertwining factors and shared practices that shape...

Fallen But Never Forgotten

Seventy-six years after he died in World War II, the body of missing Regis soldier Pvt. Harry W. Wilder comes home to rest at Arlington National...

Healing in the Pandemic Epicenter

Alumnus Alexander Herrmann crossed the country to treat COVID-19 patients, but don’t call him a hero.

Bat Man

Baseball's clubhouse manager of the year brings the love of the game and a Regis degree to the job.

A Generous Helping

Regis sophomore, Guenevere Diaz, turned the account balance from her campus meal plan into meals for teens experiencing homelessness.

Honoring Sacrifice with Scholarship

Pam Heaberlin honors mentee and friend Suzi Lockard with a scholarship for students pursuing a Master of Science degree in nursing to become...

Keeper of the King

Meet Jack Soden, the Regis grad who saved the iconic home and preserved the legacy of Elvis Presley.

The Liberator

Best-selling author Alex Kershaw's search for a World War II subject led him to Regis — and brought a research bounty.

Healing the Minds of a Nation

A conflict-ravaged nation has never had proper mental health counseling services. A Regis professor and his team are changing that — by going...

Zombie Philosophy

Bryan Hall has united zombies and philosophy in his new book, An Ethical Guidebook to the Zombie Apocalypse.

Fall/Winter 2019 Magazine

The Fall/Winter 2019 issue of the Regis University Magazine includes everything from Elvis and zombies to Norman the therapy Newfoundland. Read...

The Therapist Will Sniff You Now

Tails are wagging from the baseball field to the School of Pharmacy — but the dogs of Regis aren’t merely bringing cuteness to campus....

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Magazine Archive

Don't miss these archived issues of Regis University Magazine:

Spring 2022 — Join Regis community members as they find home and connection in the rubble of the Marshall Fire, explore the studio where Ken Phillips turns thread and fabric into art, and discover how a Regis MBA alumna is using her expertise to eliminate health disparities.

Winter 2021 — From threatened cheetahs to moving cemeteries and overdue honors for a World War II veteran, this issue of the Regis magazine has it all. 

Spring 2021 — Join us as we reflect on Porter-Billups Leadership Academy's 25 years of service, Prof. Fred Gray's groundbreaking research at Fermilab, and how Regis got its name. 

Winter 2020 — Learn about the life and death of Tech. Sgt. Walter Springs, how Regis responded with resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the legacy hall of fame basketball coach Joe B. Hall left at Regis.

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