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Man's Best Friend

How do you increase class participation? Bring in a puppy, of course!


Music, Science and Rising Waters

Climate change, sustainability and stewardship have long been core concerns at the University of Dayton. This month, a visiting musician and a NASA scientist team up to engage audiences in one of the earth's biggest environmental challenges: rising sea levels.


“Quadditch?" That’s Quidditch on the Quad!

Friends of Madam Pince (aka, University Libraries) most graciously invite you, Muggles and Potterheads alike, to spectate a Quidditch friendly on the KU Quad on Monday, Oct. 24 at 4:00 p.m.


This Way to Voter Information

Learn more about this year's election before you make your important voting decisions on Nov. 8.

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.

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