Alumni, Archival photographs, Buildings and grounds, Displays at Regina Library, Past and present, Special events

Celebrating Progress, Remembering the Past

"The Science of Today is the Technology of Tomorrow."  -- Edward Teller. We are excited about the new Science and Innovation Center that will be opening on campus next year.  We fondly remembered the buildings that once stood here and served that purpose in previous blog posts: Gone, But not Forgotten and Gone but not forgotten: Part 2 . … Continue reading Celebrating Progress, Remembering the Past

Archival photographs, Displays at Regina Library, Regina Library, Special events

Archives on Display, Encore Edition

"Memories are timeless treasures of the heart." --unknown We are pleased to announce that some of our treasures will be on display at the Regina Library for the summer.    A few are shown below, but we hope you'll come visit and see them in real life!  

Archival photographs, mystery photos, Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Special events

Reminiscing…and More Mystery Photos

"A good life is a collection of happy moments." -- Denis Waitley This week, a few of us from the Regina Library had the good fortune to once again meet with the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary.  As we did in March (see our previous post Time to Remember), we brought photos from the… Continue reading Reminiscing…and More Mystery Photos

Alumni, Archival photographs, Nursing

Celebrating Nurses Week

"Nurses dispense comfort, compassion, and caring without even a prescription." – Val Saintsbury  In 1983, Rivier collaborated with St. Joseph Hospital in Nashua to establish a Nursing Program on campus.  Since then, our excellent Nursing Department has consistently prepared its graduates for one of the most challenging professions in existence.   We are exceedingly proud of our… Continue reading Celebrating Nurses Week

Alumni, Archival photographs, Sisters of the Presentation of Mary

Remembering Sister Lorraine

"Preserve your memories, keep them well.  What you forget, you can never retell."  -- Louisa May Alcott The Rivier community lost an extraordinary person this past week: Sister Lorraine Arsenault, pm passed away on April 13.  Sister Lorraine was an integral part of not only the Rivier campus, but of the greater Nashua community as well. … Continue reading Remembering Sister Lorraine

Archival photographs, Regina Library

Happy National Library Week!

"The very existence of libraries affords the best evidence that we may yet have hope for the future of man." —T.S. Eliot We think National Library Week is something worth celebrating--and to do so, we thought we'd share a few library-related photos from the Archives: The first library on Rivier's Nashua campus was in Florence… Continue reading Happy National Library Week!

Alumni, Archival photographs, mystery photos, Past and present, Sisters of the Presentation of Mary

Time to Remember

"Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment, until it becomes a memory." --Dr. Seuss Have you ever found some old photos with no information on them, and wished you could ask someone about them? Well, last Friday, several of us from the Regina Library were fortunate enough to have just that experience,… Continue reading Time to Remember

Archival photographs, Special events

Presidents Day

"Leadership and Learning are indispensable to each other." -- John. F. Kennedy We have been honoring our Presidents in some way every February since the 19th century (if you're so inclined, you can learn more about the holiday's history here). Presidents Day 2019 is this upcoming Monday; in honor of the day, we thought we'd share… Continue reading Presidents Day

Archival photographs, Regina Library

Research, Old-School Style

"Respect your parents.  They graduated without Google." -- Unknown It's the end of Exam Week, and most of our students are either finished for the semester, or nearly so.  We trust that our students did their very best and experienced a minimum of stress. At the Regina Library, our services and resources are always available… Continue reading Research, Old-School Style