1. Cameron McGill @ KRCX

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    Chicago-based folk-rock band Cameron McGill & What Army took time out of their busy nation-wide tour to visit the KRCX recording studio at Regis University. Filmed with a couple iPhone 4s.

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    • Cameron McGill @ KRCX

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      Chicago-based folk-rock band Cameron McGill & What Army took time out of their busy nation-wide tour to visit the KRCX recording studio. KRCX, Regis University's student-run radio station, features a varied playlist, including a set of songs called the 'Basement Sessions.' These Basement Sessions are one-off recordings of local and national acts that have visited the studio. The KRCX recording studio offers free recording time to all Regis University undergraduate students. For more info, visit KRCX.org

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      • Ranger Week 2010 - Part 2

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        Regis University's end of the year celebration is called Ranger Week. A week full of fun, free events for students, culminating with Ranger Day, a festival of sorts with live music, food and games. This video was produced as a student project for a film class.

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        • RU a Ranger?

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          Are you a Ranger? With all that Regis University has to offer, from academics to athletics, from faith to fun, check us out because you too can be a Ranger.

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          • 1st Annual Snow Day at Winter Park

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            Join fellow alumni in a trip to one of Colorado's best ski resorts, Winter Park! Transportation, day pass, and food will be provided. Have a pass? We'll take you up and feed you anyways. Find out more and register at: http://www.regonline.com/regissnowday Produced by Michael DelliVeneri Office of Alumni Engagement alumni@regis.edu

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            • "May The Blessing of God Be Upon You"

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              "May The Blessing of God Be Upon You" Ken Phillips Regis University

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              • The Stolen Instruments - The Enemy

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                Music video for Denver based rock band, The Stolen Instruments. Filmed at Regis University for a class project, and various locations around downtown Denver. www.myspace.com/thestoleninstruments

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                • Regis University's Romero House

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                  Created by UCAN Serve AmeriCorps Volunteers from CO Film School, this film profiles Regis University's Romero House. Romero House is a Regis University student residence located in the Highlands Neighborhood of Northwest Denver, a predominately Hispanic neighborhood. Inspired by the lives and sacrifices of Jesuits working with the poor in Central America, Fr. Vince O’Flaherty, S.J., established Romero House in 1992. The house is named for Archbishop Oscar Romero who was murdered in 1980 for his work with the poor in El Salvador.

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                  • Monitoring Physical Therapy Research Using Google Reader

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                    In this ~6 minutes tutorial, I will show you how I use Google Reader to subscribe to various feeds including those from PubMed search results. The purpose of this video is to equip the viewer with the skills needed to subscribe to and follow several RSS feeds. A bundle of selected feeds is provided here to get you started: http://bit.ly/bd0Vz2

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                    • Journey to the Navajo Nation -- Regis University SOFE 2009

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                      March of 2009 gave me the wonderful opportunity to journey to the Navajo Nation for the purpose of documenting and promoting experiences had by Non-Profit Management graduate students of Regis University. The students were participating in the University's March 2009 SOFE (Service Oriented Field Experience) trip throughout this sovereign Nation which spans primarily Arizona, some of Southern Utah, and Western New Mexico. Similar in size to West Virginia, the Nation is home to nearly 200,000 Native Americans, often referring to themselves as Diné. 70% of the residents are living without electricity or running water, however, there was no shortage of friendly, welcoming locals with stories to share. During the nearly two-week program participants challenged themselves daily. They were immersed in the Navajo culture, explored the land, and met a range of people stretching from government officials and cultural ambassadors, to World-War II Code Talkers, Navajo elders, and expert local tour guides. However, most importantly, they individually worked with specific non-profit organizations to bring about positive change in the Nation. Some would accomplish this through cooperating with companies constructing low-income housing, work to repair infrastructure, or take surveys in National Parks to find necessary improvements, also raising cultural awareness. All, however, would grow as people, and be touched by the experience forever, as they worked to help keep a Nation alive.

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