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Faith/Mission November 20, 2018
The CCE Gives Thanks

“Give thanks to the LORD for he is good, his mercy endures forever!” (Psalm 107:1)

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Libraries November 20, 2018
The Medieval Bestseller: Part 1

Have you ever wondered what the bestseller list might have looked like 500 years ago? Any guesses?

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President November 20, 2018
A Thanksgiving Reflection

In my Thanksgiving message to the University of Dayton community, I reflect on why this holiday holds such meaning. It's about gratitude for life’s simplest joys and greatest blessings.

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Faith/Mission November 19, 2018
Happy Thanksgiving!

There are many ways different cultures and religions set aside time for giving thanks.

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Libraries November 19, 2018
Eight Recommended Reads for a Long Weekend

Student success librarian Zachary Lewis shares short reviews of eight recent reads, all available for checkout from Roesch Library’s leisure collection or through OhioLINK.

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Faith/Mission November 19, 2018
Weekly Marian Features: Nov. 19, 2018

This week we celebrate the Feast of the Presentation of Mary. We also look forward to the beginning of Advent.

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Sciences November 16, 2018
Chudd 2.0

Dedicated in 1958, the University of Dayton's Chudd Auditorium originally boasted air-conditioning, tiered seating and widescreen motion picture facilities.

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Libraries November 15, 2018
New to Roesch? So Am I!

Arriving on campus Oct. 31, Roesch’s newest librarian is reminded of the library anxiety he felt during his first year of college. With three handy tips and a welcoming spirit, Zachary Lewis shares his message to the tentative: Come on in; you belong here.

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Engineering November 15, 2018
Arctic Ice Research

University of Dayton doctoral student Ming Gong '15 is more comfortable at the keyboard of a computer or piano than trekking across snow and ice in sub-freezing temperatures. But, during May and June, she spent 10 days at a field summer school in Utqiagvik, Alaska, where she learned how to collect physical data in the Arctic.

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