PATH Point-Eligible Events

09.28.2015

Need PATH points? Attend these upcoming Latino Americans: 500 Years of History events to receive housing point credit.


The Toughest College Choice

09.28.2015

| Education

There are many difficult choices in college, but by far the toughest one is choosing a major.


"God Bless America!"

09.28.2015

| Catholic

Pope Francis concluded his visit to the United States with gratitude for the World Meeting for Families 2015 and encouragement for all families to strive for holiness. Before his departure, he presented this farewell speech at Philadelphia International Airport on Sunday evening.


Reception of Holy Communion

09.28.2015

| Catholic

There is a story told about an American Hunter in Africa who bagged a large animal on his Safari. He, along with his guide, was dragging the animal back to camp when he noticed a young boy on the side of the road watching intently. The guide informed the American that the young boy came from a very poor tribe. 


In the News: Sept. 28, 2015

09.28.2015

| Campus and Community, Education, Current Events, Research, Fine Arts, Culture and Society, Catholic, International

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.


Camp Caldwell

09.27.2015

| Campus and Community

The weekend was just beginning and nearly 100 students, ranging in age, were off to Yellow Springs. For a brief moment all the residents of 225 Stonem...


Camp Caldwell

09.27.2015

| Campus and Community

The weekend was just beginning and nearly 100 students, ranging in age, were off to Yellow Springs. For a brief moment all the residents of 225 Stonem...


1st Round Draft Choices in the IT world

09.24.2015

It isn't often when seniors get full-time job offers this early in the school year; however, our IT Service Center team has four that have already acc...


ArtStreet Rolls Out CONSUMPTION: Part 2 of 6 in IAN Installation Series

09.24.2015

| Fine Arts

What do we consume? How? Why?  And what happens when we take too much?


2015 Catholic Education Summit Reflection

09.24.2015

| Students, Catholic, Education, Campus and Community

2015 Catholic Education Summit Reflection by Molly Bardine, English Department Chair and Teacher at Chaminade Julienne High School in Dayton, Ohio


You have to fight for your right to … read?

09.23.2015

You’re thinking that book-banning isn’t really an issue in the good ol’ USA anymore, right? Well, get ready to have your patriotic feathers ruffled…


Human Rights Database

09.23.2015

Human Rights Studies Online provides access to both primary and secondary source material associated with major human rights violations worldwide.


Return to Routine

09.23.2015

| International

From uneven sidewalks and high-rise buildings to open air and classrooms, being back on campus could not be any better. Nearly one month into classes ...


Culture Fest

09.22.2015

| Culture and Society

Many things can happen when there is a little piece of home...


Leaving a Part of Myself in Cameroon

09.22.2015

| Service and Giving

It is impossible not to see God in the lives and culture of the people in Cameroon. They live selflessly and give abundantly even when they do not have it.


Throughout our Highs and our “Lowes”

09.22.2015

| Campus and Community

The infamous UD family weekend: A weekend where our campus population doubles, where Kroger and Trader Joes’ profits increase times ten (between...


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In the News: Sept. 22, 2015

09.22.2015

| Education, Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Research, Catholic, Current Events, Fine Arts, International

Read recent items about Mary in both Catholic and secular news. Also see International Marian Research Institute news and updates.


But, wait....I'm not a photography major

09.22.2015

| Education

If you need an art credit....


Family Weekend

09.21.2015

| Campus and Community

In your life, you are born into a family that you do not choose. The caring and understanding is mutual, and you spend your childhood looking up to yo...

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