Upcoming Events

RANGER WEEK 

Monday 4pm, Powder Puff Football and BBQ on the Quad

Tuesday 4pm, Discombobulation Scavenger Hunt, Starts on the Quad

Wednesday 9pm, Jim Wand, the Hypnotist, Field House

Thursday 9 pm, Dance Off, Main Café

Friday 8 pm, Mr. Regis and Fireworks, in the Fieldhouse

Saturday 11am, RANGER DAY “Las Vegas,” on the Quad

***Click on the Calendar tab at the top of this page to see what’s happening on campus
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Saturday
Jan212012

Red Rock the White House

You are invited to:

RED ROCK THE WHITE HOUSE

BRAINSTORMING AND PLANNING MEETING

Wednesday, January 25, 4:30 pm

PCH 206

Pizza will be served.

Help mobilize students to

Call on President Obama to Protect Greater Canyonlands

Students in Colorado are in a unique position at this moment to possibly determine the future of one of the most stunningly beautiful wild landscapes in the West – the Greater Canyonlands area surrounding Canyonlands National Park in southern Utah. This is because President Obama has the power to protect this area with the stroke of a pen by proclaiming it a national monument. Let’s convince him to do it.

Why would President Obama listen to Colorado students?

Obama is listening because Colorado is a swing state in the upcoming election. He’s paying attention to what Coloradans – especially young people – have to say. Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance is helping organize students along the Front Range to collectively call on President Obama to act on behalf of Greater Canyonlands.

Come. Help us amplify our voices.

 · Hear an inside update about the campaign to Protect Greater Canyonlands

· Brainstorm how students at Regis can organize activities and events to call on Obama to protect Greater Canyonlands.

· Make some plans to move ahead, to make our voices heard.

If you have ever been in the Moab are – or even just seen photos – you know what’s at stake here. Greater Canyonlands is one of the largest, wildest, and most jaw-dropping beautiful landscapes in the West. We have a real chance to make a difference in the future of this amazing place.

http://www.youtube.com/utahwilderness#p/u/2/lkwqtMVx0y4

Please join us!

RSVP appreciated (so we can order enough pizza): sjacobso@regis.edu

Tuesday
Jan172012

What has RUSGA done for you?

Thanks to Jenn Evon, the Director of Community Involvement, we have a video dedicated to what awesome stuff RUSGA brought you in Fall 2011!

Tuesday
Jan032012

Winter Break!

That’s right!  The Rangers are on winter break, with two weeks left.  Enjoy the time you have left and be prepared for the upcoming semester.  Don’t forget to buy your books and be in class on Tuesday, January 17th.

The RUSGA Executive Cabinet hopes that you had a safe and fun New Year.  We are looking forward to seeing you back on campus soon!

Don’t forget to check in with RU Connected? and stay posted with the events are Regis.

I am RUSGA.  You are RUSGA.  We are RUSGA!

Monday
Dec052011

On the Home Stretch!

It seems as though the weather showed up to Snow Week a little late….

As we all struggle to stay warm, take advantage of a few (indoor) events going on around campus and the Denver Area this week:

  • Regis Collegium Musicum Performance at 7:30 P.M in Berkley Community Church Sanctuary (Tuesday Dec. 6)
  • The Film and Video Production Program is holding a free screening of 500 DAYS OF SUMMER by Eric Steelberg on (Friday Dec. 9)  at 5:00 P.M at the Denver Film Society/Colfax Ave.
  • Informal Rec. in the Fieldhouse is still every Monday and Wednesday at 9:00 PM. Come play basketball and get exercise at the same time!  

Finally, interested in playing competitive hockey on a championship team? Regis Club Hockey is looking for players for the 2012 season (all levels welcome).  Contact Kenta Young for more information.

Good Luck on Finals!

I am RUSGA. You are RUSGA. We are RUSGA.

 

 

Wednesday
Nov302011

SAVE PELL GRANTS!

Chances are that you or someone you know would not be able to get the education they are currently receiving or have received without a Federal Pell Grant.  Congress is considering cutting these grants.  Voice your opinion to save the opportunity for our upcoming generations to continue receiving this support.

Save student aid! Sign the petition: http://www.luc.edu/savestudentaid. It takes 10 seconds.

Check it out…