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Here's what's happening at Regis University this month.


Mobile Food Pantry at Regis University
9-11 a.m.
July 5
Parking Lot 6 - 50th Ave. and Federal Blvd.
The Mobile Food Panty continues at Regis University in partnership with Food Bank of the Rockies. Join us the first Tuesday of every month from 9 to 11 a.m. — or until the product runs out — for a box of food containing nonperishable items alongside fresh produce, meat and dairy. Everyone is welcome regardless of income level, immigration status, religious affiliation, etc.
 

RegiRama | The Princess Bride
July 8
6:30 p.m. | Free movie begins at dusk (about 8:30 p.m.)
Boettcher Commons (aka The Quad)
Free parking in Lot 3 at 50th Ave. and Lowell Blvd. 

The Princess Bride is on the big screen THIS Friday, July 8, Buttercup. Grab your friends and family, blankets and chairs, a picnic or money for the food trucks, What Would Cheesus Do? and Rebel Cookie Dough and Confections, and meet us on Boettcher Commons for the best neighborhood gathering in North Denver. There is no cost or registration needed. Join us!

Can’t make it this week? Luca is on tap for Aug. 12. Get more details here. See you at the show!

SOS Site Teardown: Volunteer Help Needed
After 14 months, the Safe Outdoor Space (SOS) in the parking lot at 50th Ave. and Federal Blvd. is relocating to the Barnum neighborhood. The site needs volunteers to help pack up the tents, break down the platforms, remove the fence barrier and more on July 7, 8 and 9. If you can lend a hand, please sign up for a volunteer shift here. If the exact timing does not work for you, come when you can!  
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GLOBAL Inclusive College Certificate Program
This fall, Regis University is launching a new academic program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD), including Down syndrome. The GLOBAL Inclusive College Certificate is an inclusive higher education program that provides a collegiate experience for young students with IDD. The GLOBAL Inclusive Program will prepare these students for employment and independent living with the overarching goal of thriving in adulthood.

To apply and find more information about the GLOBAL Inclusive Program at Regis University, visit www.regis.edu/GLOBAL.

Rangers Empowering Girls In STEM (R.E.G.I.S) 2022 | STEM Research Camp for Girls
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
July 11-15
Regis University | Felix Pomponio Family Science Center
Need-based scholarships available!
There is still space in the R.E.G.I.S. Research Camp, geared specifically for rising sixth-eighth grade girls. The camp is run by female STEM faculty with female STEM undergraduates as counselors. The girls will discover inquiry-based curriculum in neuroscience, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and more for an authentic experience. Register here.

Food Trucks on Campus
5-8 p.m.
July 15
The Chinese Heritage Camp welcomes the community to campus for dinner at the Ninja Ramen Food Truck. Hot ramen dishes will be available for purchase at 5 p.m. Then, finish the night with handcrafted gelato bars from Hip POPs. Look for the signs at 50th Ave. and Lowell Blvd. to direct you to the trucks. Neighbors are welcome to join the camp for dinner! Learn more about the Heritage Camp here. 

Grab a Draft. Craft Your Future. Tap Into Regis
5:30-7 p.m.
July 26
Blue Moon Brewing Co. | 3750 Chestnut Place 80216
What makes talking about your future even more fun? Colorado craft beers on us, of course. Tap Into Regis is your opportunity to discover Regis in a relaxed environment and learn how a graduate degree or certificate can refresh your career outlook, fit into your busy schedule and budget, and align with your passions. Let us know you will be there. Sign up here.

Bold Women. Change History.
7-8 p.m.
July 27 (rescheduled!)  
History Colorado Center | 1200 North Broadway, Denver 
This speaker series at History Colorado is about what happens when women have a seat at the table — and when they lead. On July 27, Regis University's Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion and the Colorado State Historian, Dr. Nicki Gonzales, will present (in English) “Una carte de amor para mi comunidad: A love letter to my community” at History Colorado Center. She will share her experience “celebrating, honoring, and listening to stories that ‘for too long have been pushed to the margins" over the past year. Learn more and get your tickets here.

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I-70 Noise Wall Replacement Project Nears Completion 
The Colorado Department of Transportation is finishing the concrete wall installation on the south side of I-70. Up next? Landscaping restoration to reseed and plant trees in the area to complement the fashionable grey walls. To review the timeline, visit CDOT’s website
 

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