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

 
Mark Your Calendars for our Annual Tree-Lighting Ceremony
5-8 p.m.
Nov. 16
Regis University Boettcher Commons (aka The Quad)
A time-honored tradition returns in person with the annual lighting of a Christmas Tree on Boettcher Commons. Join us, with a cup of hot cocoa or cider, to watch the annual lighting of our massive Christmas tree on campus. Stick around for a visit from Santa, rides on the kiddie train, caroling, cookie decorating, ornament making and more. All are welcome!


Vote!
Before 7 p.m.
Today, Nov. 8
Quick! Your ballots are due by 7 p.m. TODAY. Head on over to a ballot drop box to be sure your voice is heard! Take it to the drop box in front of the Ranger Station bookstore, 5115 Federal Blvd. If you’d prefer to vote in-person check this page to find a voting location. In Colorado, you can register to vote on Election Day! Check out the Colorado Secretary of State’s web page to learn how and where.


Honor our Veterans This Week
Veterans Week, Nov. 7-11, honors those who have served our country. Join the Regis community for this opportunity to learn from and connect with our veterans, active duty personnel and their families. This week, the Office of Military and Veterans Services will host a series of events, including happy hour, a military obstacle course, free “I Served” pins, and a thank-you banner signing. Visit our Veterans Week page for details.


Celebrating Native American Heritage Month
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, mark your calendar for these upcoming community events.

History Colorado Sand Creek Exhibit
Nov. 19
This month, History Colorado opens an exhibit that tells the story of the Sand Creek Massacre, the deadliest day in Colorado history. The Sand Creek Massacre: The Betrayal that Changed Cheyenne and Arapahoe People Forever opens on Nov. 19 and will explore the brutal attack by U.S. troops on a peaceful village of Cheyenne and Arapahoe people. Information and tickets are available here.

Indigenous Storytelling
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Nov. 12
Smiley Library
Head over to the Smiley Library for an All-Ages Oral Storytime with Steven LaPointe from the Owl Bonnet Clan of the Sicangu Lakota of South Dakota. He will share oral stories and songs with his drum
 
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Get Your Game on! Game Art: History and Application (Library Games Week Talk)
1-2 p.m.
Nov. 14
Dayton Memorial Library (Regis University)
Journey into the history of games! Sean Brown and Rebecka Black of the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design present on the history and present practice of game design from an artistic standpoint, talking about the skills needed and showcasing some of the tools used. Afterward, visit the Wandering Pixel RV from RMCAD to get hands-on with some technology! Learn more and register here. 


High School Juniors and Seniors: Join us for Scholar Dinner at Regis University
6-8 p.m.
Nov. 16
Scholar Dinner Series is an exclusive event series for high school juniors and seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. Students will have the opportunity to explore Regis in depth, including a campus tour, an interactive panel presentation and a sit-down dinner with Regis deans, faculty, current students and distinguished alumni. Not sure what you want to study? No problem. This night is specifically for you! Register here, and we’ll save you a seat.


Join Regis Music Performances
7:30 p.m.
Various dates
Claver Recital Hall
The Department of Fine and Performing Arts Music Program will host performances by its music students and ensembles. These programs will be the culmination of many hours of hard work and rehearsal by the students and their instructors/directors over the course of the semester. We hope you will join us for these musical celebrations!
  • Tuesday, Nov. 8: Student Voice Recital
  • Wednesday, Nov. 9: Recording Arts and Live Production Student Spotlight
  • Wednesday, Nov. 16: Jazz Ensemble
  • Friday, Nov. 18: Concert Choir and University Choir
  • Monday, Nov. 21: Chamber Ensembles
  • Tuesday, Nov. 29: Collegium Musicum
  • Thursday, Dec. 1: Concert Band
  • Friday, Dec. 2: Piano and Guitar Soloists and Ensembles 

Get Your Craft On!
Various dates
Smiley Library
4501 W. 46th Ave.
Smiley Library is offering free crafting classes for all ages. No registration required. Check out these options:

Afternoon Art for Kids; ages 5-12
Second Thursday of the month; 4:30-5:15 p.m. Listen to a story, then create a work of art based on the book. Prepare to get messy!

Teen Craft Circle; ages 13+
First Thursday of the month; 4:30-5:30 p.m. Join the teen craft circle and work with different mediums each month.

Adult Craft Circle
First Monday of the month; 4:30-5:30 p.m. Bring your craft project from home, and enjoy refreshments, basic supplies and a crafting community.  

 

Did You Know?

 

Safe Outdoor Spaces have a Positive Effect on Neighborhood Crime 

The Colorado Sun recently highlighted the positive impacts of Safe Outdoor Spaces for people experiencing homelessness: “Each time a Safe Outdoor Space opens, neighbors worry that people who are experiencing homelessness and camping in the area will be disruptive and commit crimes in the neighborhood. 

The Colorado Sun’s analysis of Denver Police Department data found that crime reports decreased in the neighborhoods where Safe Outdoor Space sites have operated, even as reported crime increased across Denver.” Read the full story here.  

And check out the video summarizing the SOS that Regis University hosted for a year. (Scroll toward the bottom). 

 

Help the City of Denver Budget its Resources 

Denver's first cycle of participatory budgeting, where residents have direct decision-making power over $2 million in capital funds, is open for voting! Consider supporting our partner organization, Colorado Village Collaborative, by voting for Showers for All, which are shower trailers serving Safe Outdoor Space residents. This effort also supports the addition of five tiny homes in a Tiny Home Village to provide dignified shelter to even more people and connect them to additional services. 

 Click here to learn more about the process and click here for the city-wide ballot. It only takes a few moments to vote. 

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