From Cracked Eggs to Crosswords, Students and Faculty Have Fun on Community Day
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Regians join Mr. David Grunner '05 (not pictured) to tackle the New York Times' daily crossword puzzle.

How to Crack a Few Eggs. The Tuesday New York Times Crossword. Who Has the Cutest Dog?

These are just three of the wonderfully random and entertaining sessions offered during Regis’ virtual Community Day on Tuesday, March 30. Designed to give faculty and students a break from remote instruction, the day, which was inspired by a similar one at Fairfield Prep, also allowed students to virtually socialize with their classmates and teachers outside the realm of formal academic work.

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While many faculty members led or attended discussions, they were free to participate as much or as little as they wanted. Similarly, students were not required to attend any sessions.

“While we are pleased with how relatively smoothly the transition to remote instruction has gone, the last few weeks have been a trying and stressful time for everyone in our community,” Regis Principal Fr. Anthony Andreassi, CO, said. “Community Day gave us all an opportunity to catch our collective breath and have a little fun. I’m grateful to all who participated and made the day so enjoyable.”

A selection of screenshots from Community Day is below:

Fr. Andreassi and a group of seniors lead the freshman prayer service.

Mr. Rose shows off his preferred butter as he prepares breakfast in his kitchen.

Mr. Mariano shows Regians how tie bow ties and neckties.

Fr. Andreassi and a group of students discuss The Exorcist.

Mr. DiMichele and a large collection of Regians discuss the medical, moral, political, economic, and social ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Office of Development's Mr. James Kennedy '02 and Ms. Caitlin Devine Masserano (not pictured) explain how the generosity of alumni, families, and friends allows Regis to remain tuition-free.

Mr. Gordon Farley '14, who served as an Alumnus Mentor during the 2018-19 academic year, virtually returns to Regis to share his experiences in medical school.

In Mr. Dimichele's second session of the day, football fans debate who the Giants and Jets should take at the top of the NFL Draft.

Posted: 4/7/20