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Engineering

An Intentional Way of Living

In 1996, a sustainable home was built using tires, bottles, cans, salvaged lumber, mud and sand — and was named the Earthship at Blue Rock Station by its owners, Jay and Annie Warmke.

Sciences

Joseph Kepes: 1931-2016

Joseph Kepes, a University of Dayton professor emeritus and former chair of the department of physics, died Sunday, Sept. 18. He was 85.

Fine and Performing Arts

With ‘CONTROL,’ ArtStreet Confronts Psychological and Physical Restraints

The White Box Gallery at ArtStreet presents CONTROL, the second installation in the 2016-17 IAN installation series.

Students and campus life

Dayton's Gems

"Whether we like it or not, we all come from someplace. And at some point in our lives, we have to make peace with that place." -Jeffrey Stepakoff, The Orchard

Students and campus life

A New Day

Things finally start to cool down as I find my routine again.

Students and Campus Life

TNL

Come to ArtStreet on Thursday evenings to enjoy quality jam sessions!

Sustainability

Sun-burnt and Smiling: Thoughts from Bolivia, Week Two

Where has this week's adventure led grad student Chris Wagner? Find out about his trip to Torotoro.

Faculty

Faculty in the News: September 26, 2016

Julius Amin discusses America's ignorance about Africa in a contribution to "The Conversation," and other highlights of recent media coverage of College of Arts and Sciences faculty research, scholarship and commentary.

Human Rights

Camilo Pérez-Bustillo: Peace Observer

The executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center will be part of a U.S. human rights delegation observing the Oct. 2 vote by the Colombian people on whether to accept the peace deal between the Colombian government and the rebel group FARC.

Libraries

A Complete Set!

Thanks to you, the Marian Library has all seven volumes of The Saint John's Bible.


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