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Sister Thérèse Higgins, 84; led Regis College

Sister Thérèse Higgins saw Regis College expand its programs and add centers for the arts and athletics. Sister Thérèse Higgins saw Regis College expand its programs and add centers for the arts and athletics. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff/File 1992)
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / February 26, 2010

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Selected in 1974 to be president of Regis College, Sister Thérèse Higgins made it clear that progressive views would guide her as she led the then-all women’s Catholic school in Weston. (Full article: 1089 words)

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