Campus and Community


Hats Off

June 14, 2018

I wouldn’t be surprised to see Danielle (‘Dani”) Ruffolo ’19 on “Shark Tank” one of these days.


Library Colleagues Spend Day in Service to Help Solve Hunger

June 13, 2018

Staff from University Libraries help the Foodbank and Mission of Mary Cooperative combat the region’s hunger problem.


Changing Spaces

June 07, 2018

See how the Marian Library has grown over 75 years!


Moral Courage Project: Reflections from El Paso

June 07, 2018

In an op-ed published June 5 in Flyer News, Mary McLoughlin reflects on her time in El Paso, Texas, documenting the experience of the US-Mexican border in an attempt to disrupt the current narratives around immigration and humanize contentious issues.


Spring 2018 Highlights

June 04, 2018

The Human Rights Center focuses on human rights research and advocacy--both globally and within the U.S. The spotlight reviews our Spring 2018 activities, programming and research updates.


SEHS social digest: June 4, 2018

June 04, 2018

In just 90 seconds, you can learn how to better help a kid with a concussion; Dr. Susan Davies explains how. We’re also celebrating award-winning students and the 2018 UD Faculty Award in Teaching winner. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.


Keep Up Pressure Against Online Sex Ads

June 01, 2018

In an op-ed published May 17 in The Columbus Dispatch, Tony Talbott, interim executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, says online commercial sex ads are on the ropes and it's time to deliver the knockout.


Mary Across Our Campus

May 31, 2018

A self-guided tour of the beautiful statues of Mary on the University of Dayton campus


Getting the Spine Straight: Cataloger Takes the Mystery out of Call Numbers

May 29, 2018

Special collections cataloger breaks down spine labels with this handy primer on Library of Congress classification; boost your library literacy in five simple activities.


Art and Dayton's Collective Humanity

May 23, 2018

When I walked into the gallery in the President’s Residence, I felt overcome by the truth, beauty — and sheer power — of a display of paintings and photographs by more than a dozen local African-American artists that will grace the walls until Nov. 20.

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