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New at Roesch Library

New at Roesch Library: unlimited access to complete archives of ‘Harper’s,’ ‘The New Yorker’ and more.


Engineering's Leonardo Enterprises Funds Drone Equipped to Deliver Emergency Aid

Two years ago, while laying on a beach in Belize, senior mechanical engineering major, Gonzalo Perez, had an idea for a “rescue robot” to help extinguish fires.

Students and campus life

Power Through the Home Stretch

I can't believe the semester is almost over.


Mary Flowers on the World Wide Web

John Stokes maintained a website rich with information on Mary’s flowers and plants which he entrusted to the Marian Library and IMRI.


New Criminal Justice Studies Director

The University of Dayton appointed Martha Hurley as director of the criminal justice studies program. Hurley, who begins in August, currently serves as department head and professor in the department of sociology and criminal justice at Texas A&M University-Commerce.


Weekly Features: April 24, 2017

This week we take a peek into the month of May. You will also learn about Mary and the Gospel of Life, Collyridians and the Marian symbolism of fountains.


New SBA President Finds Inspiration From Late Father

Human rights advocate Beth Herdmann maintains supercharged schedule after losing beloved father shortly before Christmas.


Gearing up for Summer Abroad Experiences

Faculty and students gear up for summer 2017 education abroad experiences.


UD co-hosts Voices of the Immigrant Experience

University of Dayton and Welcome Dayton co-host the Voices of the Immigrant Experience event on campus.  


Graduation Pledge

What are we really doing here? Why does the University of Dayton exist? How are UD grads different from those who graduate from other colleges and universities?

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