RegisLife is a student-focused, digital communication platform, managed by students and overseen by the Student Affairs and Enrollment Division at Regis College. This site serves as a way to share student life stories on a modern, engaging, and mobile platform. RegisLife’s stories are written by students, both undergraduate and graduate, and shared through social networks.
For more information about RegisLife.com, or to share feedback and/or get in touch with us directly, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about our student staff members below!
Meet Our Team
Ariana McCormack ’20
Editor in Chief
Ari, originally from Worcester, Massachusetts, is studying Communications and Pre-Law, with a minor in writing. She is involved is a variety of activities both on and off campus, including: Editor in Chief for the Odyssey community at Regis, Strategic Planner Intern at AbbVie in Worcester, member of Regis’ Women’s Tennis team, ambassador for Regis’ Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Pride Guide (campus tour guide), service trip participant (South Dakota), and Orientation Leader (summer 2017).
What I love about Regis: Regis is where I found my passion for writing and learned about who I am through connecting with others through clubs, organizations, and my tennis team. Regis is a family and I enjoy seeing familiar faces each day in this close-knit community.
Elaine Kearney ’20
Community Relations Manager
Elaine, originally from Plymouth, Massachusetts (“America’s Hometown”), is majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities, with two minors in English and Social Work as well as a concentration in Secondary Education. Her involvement includes: being an avid reader and writer, amateur astronomer, Intern with The Home for Little Wanderers, Orientation Leader (summer 2017), Pride Guide (campus tour guide), Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) Tutor.
What I love about Regis: Everything! From the classes to the community, Regis is a place that provides fantastic opportunities and lots of support (I’m also a huge fan of the fact that Regis has its own Dunkin Donuts on campus!).
Nolan Bebarta ’20
Nolan, originally from Danville, California, is studying Global Business Management with a double minor in Economics and Data Analytics. He is involved in numerous activities both at Regis and in the community, including: member of Regis’ Men’s Tennis team, Orientation Leader (summer 2017), Pride Guide (campus tour guide), Marketing Manager at Waterview Consulting Group Inc, and Co-Founder of All-League Sports Camp in Danville, CA.
What I love about Regis: I love the fact that Regis is personal, so you really get to know everyone!
Bridget Colburn ’20
Photographer & Videographer
Bridget, originally from Walpole, Massachusetts, is studying Diagnostic Medical Sonography at Regis. In addition to her role on the RegisLife staff, she also is a writer for the Regis College Odyssey and serves as a member of the Regis PrideStanders.
What I love about Regis: I love the sense of community that we have at Regis. Due to our size, it is possible for me to know everyone in my class and also have a good relationship with my professors. It is nice knowing that everyone at Regis is more than willing to do whatever it takes to help each student succeed.
Adrianna Kinney ’20
Andy, originally from Somerville, Massachusetts, is studying English and Psychology at Regis. In addition to producing content for RegisLife, Andy serves as the Treasurer of the American Sign Language (ASL) Club, Treasurer of the Gay Straight Alliance (GSA), and is a member of the Glee Singers.
What I love about Regis: I love the sense of community and family on and off campus at Regis.
Mike Lynch, M.A.
Director of Operations, Student Affairs & Enrollment
Originally from Quincy, Massachusetts, Mike serves as the Director of Operations for the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment at Regis. In this role, he is responsible for RegisLife.com and works closely with the student team to produce this site and its content. He also instructs a social media and personal branding co-curricular course at Regis (Hashtag Social Media, CC-104-01).
What I love about Regis: I love the close-knit community and the care and compassion students, faculty, and staff extend to one another. Regis really is a special place where you matter.