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A poem for February

Sr. Mary Madeleva Wolff (1887-1964) wrote the poem "Things to Be Loved" and mentions the soft rain in February. The Libraries holds 21 books by Sr. Madeleva.


Technology Donations and the Community

Find out how donating your old technology can help the Dayton community.

Human Rights

March for Life 2017

The March for Life is not just about Catholicism, but a social justice issue that impacts all human beings.

Fine and Performing Arts

Enmity of the People

The University of Dayton is updating Henrik Ibsen's environmentally themed 1882 drama, An Enemy of the People, to reflect contemporary issues including the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy.


Faculty Profile: Jim McCutcheon

Jim McCutcheon, artist-in-residence in the University of Dayton department of music, has been selected to receive the 2017 Ohio Governor's Award for Arts Education. Bestowed by the Ohio Arts Council, the prize recognizes McCutcheon’s passionate contribution to music education for nearly 39 years. He will receive the award May 17 at a luncheon ceremony during the annual Arts Day events at the Columbus Athenaeum.


Training Tuesday Tip: Inserting Images within Google Form Questions

In today’s tip you will learn how to save time and work faster in Google Forms.

Students and Campus Life

On Your PATH to 30

Get a PATH point and get active!

Students and Campus Life

It's Green Dot Week

Green Dot week is an annual reminder of our responsibility as a member of the University of Dayton community to preserve our values through our actions.


The Power of Prayer

“Lord, make me an instrument of your peace; where there is hatred, let me sow love…”


Catholic Lent Retreat

Fast from doubt, worry, and sin this Lent. Feast on love, trust, and hope.

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