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

Live Your Rockstar Dream 
Regis invites community members to join the Regis University Concert Band. The Band is open to musicians of all abilities and all different instruments, no fees or costs, and no auditions necessary. Proof of COVID vaccine and boosters are required. Rehearsals are 4:35-7:05 p.m. Thursdays, beginning Jan. 13 through the concerts on April 21. Get the lowdown here. What are you waiting for?  

The O’Sullivan Art Gallery Welcomes Chicano Muralist Leo Tanguma 
Do yourself a favor and make plans to visit the O'Sullivan Art Gallery between Jan. 11 and Feb. 11 to see the work of Chicano muralist Leo Tanguma. A reception will be hosted 4:30-7 p.m. on Jan. 20, and a Gallery Talk with Tanguma is set for 7 p.m. on Feb. 3. The gallery is open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays and 2-8 p.m. Thursdays. 

Provide a Meal to the SOS 
The Safe Outdoor Space will be on the Regis campus until April 1. Please consider providing a meal for the residents between now and then. You can cook it yourself, coordinate a potluck-style meal with friends, or even purchase ready-to-eat items from a local restaurant.  Refer to the Regis SOS Meal Train to reserve your date and read the instructions to develop your plan.  
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Local Business Owner to Watch
Congratulations to Kelissa Hieber, one of Denver Westword's 22 People to Watch in 2022. A certificate in Applied Craft Brewing alumna, Hieber is the owner and head brewer at Goldspot Brewing Company.  Read more about Kelissa in our March 2021 issue of Front Door. Cheers!

Snow Shoveling Volunteers Needed
Register to help your neighbors shovel their front sidewalks and avoid those dreaded non-compliance fines, or request help for yourself. The Snow Angels program is organized by the City and County of Denver to match willing volunteers with those who can't shovel the snow themselves. Sign up here to get involved.

Prospective Student Tours
What better way to discover all Regis University has to offer its students than with a campus tour? Visit Regis University and find out if this is the place for you or your child. Campus and virtual tours are available regularly, including a Sat-TOUR-Day visit (see what we did there?) on Saturday, Jan. 29. Check out all the opportunities and register for a visit. Join us!

I-70 Noise Wall Replacement Begins
Goodbye rickety timber, hello concrete wall. The Colorado Department of Transportation has begun work to upgrade the sound walls along the north and south sides of I-70 between Tennyson St. and Lowell Blvd. Work is scheduled to be completed by July 2022 before moving to phase two of the project. To learn more and see photos of what to expect, visit CDOT’s website.   



Help Us Cheer on the Rangers
Looking for an affordable family sporting event? Swing by the Field House and catch the women’s and men’s basketball teams in action. Your next chances to catch the live action are Jan. 21 and 22. Visit the Regis Ranger game calendar and plan for the fun.

Can’t make a game in person?  Watch the Regis men’s basketball team play Metropolitan State University of Denver on KWGN Channel 2 at 6 p.m., Feb. 5. 

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How Regis is Keeping Campus Safe
Regis University classes resumed Jan. 10, and Regis continues the work to keep our entire community safe from COVID-19.  Coronavirus vaccines and boosters are required of all faculty, staff and students; masks are mandated for everyone inside all buildings; students living on campus will take rapid tests as they return, and isolation quarters will be provided to those who test positive.  

Do you want to work at Regis? 

A sample of Regis University job listings this month:
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