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What's New at the Library
Transformations, an exhibition of artwork by Arlette Lucero and Stevon Lucero is on display in the the Doyle and Margaret Hartman Gallery and Fireplace Lounge through October 31. There will be an opening reception with the artists on October 14 from 4pm - 6pm.
On October 6, a vigil for Indigenous children was held in response to the recent discoveries of unmarked graves of Indigenous children at the sites of several former boarding schools in Canada, as well as the tragic loss of human life and culture that took place at such schools in Canada and the United States. Some of these schools were Catholic and some were run by the Jesuits. There is an installation in the library lobby which includes numerous children’s shoes to represent the tens of thousands of children and families who were affected.
Hosted by The Learning Commons and the Office of Global Education, Let's Talk Thursdays provide a weekly gathering space for international students to meet, practice and develop English skills, and learn about campus resources. RSVP to email@example.com for Zoom link.
If you are a current student or staff member and are looking to request food from the Cupboard Food Pantry, please fill our Order Form and you will receive a response within 24 hours. The Cupboard is also open:
Regis University Library's Leave Your Mark program seeks to collect, archive, and provide access to stories, perspectives, and experiences of Regis University community members. Two projects have launched around capturing and documenting the impact of the coronavirus on the Regis community, as well as capturing stories and responses to the Black Lives Matter movement. Our goal is to collect materials that are reflective of all the diverse voices of our community, so that future historians, students, scholars, and researchers will understand what it means to be a member of the Regis community.