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Students and Campus Life

Camp Blue

Not sure how to start your college career? I have the perfect solution. Be apart of Camp Blue!


Allen Hill Recipient of Special Achievement Alumni Award 2016

Congratulations to Allen Hill ’67 (Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering) '72 (Master of Business Administration) on receiving the University of Dayton Alumni Special Achievement Award 2016.


Engineering Alumni News: Autumn 2016

University of Dayton Magazine information from UD engineering alums: Doug Borchers ’87 (ELE), Bob Daley ’87 (CME), Matt Hutter ’93 (ELE) and John Schulte ’07 (MEE)


Cristo Rey Reflection 3

See how Cristo Rey left a lasting impact on the life of Joe


Creating Inclusive Community Presents: Crossroads Conference

Creating Inclusive Community Presents: Crossroads Conference for campus community.


The GLLC Retreat: A Bonding Experience

The Global Learning Living Community (GLLC) recently celebrated the start of the year with their annual fall retreat.

Humanities and Social Sciences

Islam and Social Justice

The progressive ideas of Muslim intellectuals are seldom heard in mainstream and social media, said Sayeh Meisami, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Dayton. Those voices are often drowned out by the radical views and violent actions of extremists, resulting in a one-dimensional portrayal of Islam.


Time Travel in the Archives

Explore some unique treasures in University of Dayton Archives.


What to Read and Watch for LGBT History Month

Roesch Library's Diversity and Inclusion Committee is celebrating LGBT History Month by highlighting a number of resources available in the library's collection.


Global Attendance

The third Marian Forum hosted by the International Marian Research Institute ("IMRI") on Friday, October 14, 2016 had participants from 15 countries and 21 U.S. states.

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