What Happens After Harriet?

10.27.2005 | Campus and Community

UD Supreme Court Experts Say Meirs' 'Constitutional Philosophy' Led to Surprise Withdrawal; Predict What Happens Next. More


New Trustees Named

10.26.2005 | Campus and Community

The University of Dayton has appointed a member of the Financial Accounting Standards Board, a nationally known investment strategist, an executive with Abbott Laboratories and an entrepreneur to its board of trustees for three-year terms. More


An Early Preview

10.26.2005 | Campus and Community, Faculty

Ben Bernanke--the economist tapped to succeed Alan Greenspan as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board--previewed his monetary philosophy on campus earlier this year. More


Ohio Election Day Confusion?

10.25.2005 | Faculty, Law

University of Dayton law and political science professors anticipate Ohio will be on the national Election Day radar for its four voter reform issues and, again, for voter confusion. More


Dayton Peace Accords a Decade Later

10.21.2005 | Culture and Society, Service and Giving

Dayton Peace Accords architect Richard Holbrooke, retired Gen. Wesley Clark and Lord Paddy Ashdown, the international community's high representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will come to Dayton to reflect on the Dayton Peace Accords 10 years later. More