In the News: January 25, 2016

01.25.2016

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

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


Transitions Don't Quit

01.24.2016

| Campus and Community

Most people say that the transition from high school into college is one of the hardest transitions we make in our lives. With homesickness, meeting n...


Adele's "Hello"

01.24.2016

| Catholic

Feeling like you're trying to reconnect with someone from the otherside? As the season of Lent approaches, join a Lenten Journey Group to strengthen your relationship with God and journey along with the support of a small faith community.


Latino Art of the Midwest: Into the 21st Century

01.22.2016

Presenting powerful works of art, including prints, paintings, sculpture and video. Exhibit themes include political representation and equal opportunity for education and jobs, as well as broad civil and human rights.


Collab Film Series

01.22.2016

Our Collab Film Series features the documentaries The Empowerment Project and Flirting with Danger. Both are PATH point-eligible events.


Thoughts of a Soon-To-Be Graduate

01.22.2016

| Campus and Community

Today I caught myself staring at the date in my oversized and colorful planner in disbelief. How is it January 22nd? We have said farewell to Christma...


Free access to New York Times continues

01.21.2016

To register for free access, new subscribers must be on campus and connected to the University of Dayton network. Those who subscribed in 2015 must renew their subscriptions; subscriptions are for one year.


Weekly Features: January 18, 2016

01.19.2016

A wide-variety of topics from the ecclesiastical history of Mariology to the a story of the "Bombed Mary" in Japan.


In the News: January 19, 2016

01.19.2016

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

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


Documenting Ecospirituality and the Practice of Pilgrimage

01.18.2016

Welcome to the University Libraries first blog post in our Year of Mercy series!


Round Four

01.17.2016

| Campus and Community

Welcome back students and welcome to all of the new Flyers!!


A Mighty Voice

01.17.2016

| Law, Students

The University celebrates the life, the dream and the justice work of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Retiring RefWorks

01.15.2016

University of Dayton’s subscription to RefWorks will expire on June 1, 2016, and will not be renewed. If you are a RefWorks user, please follow the important steps on this transition FAQ page.


Shout Out To The 307

01.15.2016

| Culture and Society

However the longer I have lived there the more I have found to do and the more I have fallen in love...


Leaving The Wild Wild West For The UD Bubble

01.15.2016

| Campus and Community

Three days left! Hold on, I am so not ready for classes. Or am I?


With 'UPHEAVAL,' ArtStreet Looks to the Past To Change the Future

01.14.2016

| Current Events, Hot Topics, Campus and Community, Fine Arts

The White Box Gallery installation, opening Thursday Jan. 21, will look at a social and cultural climate that rises from the ashes of FEAR by localizing a future vision of change. 


Save the Date! Alumni Weekend 2016

01.14.2016

| Students, Law

The 2016 School of Law Alumni Weekend will take place June 10-12, 2016.


That Summer

01.13.2016

| Service and Giving

by Charissa Qui  UDSAP '11

That summer, I lay beside the shade of a tree, borrowing the blanket of warmth from the sun to dry off the evidence of the creek where I learned to skip my first rock. Next to me lay a little girl way beyond her years, who spoke empathy and acceptance with her eyes, compassion and love with her touch, and who taught me self-love, innocence and resilience with her laughter and her joy.


A Kindred Spirit in the Mountains

01.13.2016

| Service and Giving

by Mike Hilton   UDSAP '02

A friend and mentor once told me that if a past experience continues resurfacing it means that you haven’t fully processed it. A decade and a half after driving an old blue Chevy van out of the mountains, I find myself frequently going back to the experience, knowing there’s more to learn, more growth to come.


Awards Season at University Libraries

01.12.2016

Golden Globes, Oscars, or Grammys? How about Library Awards! University Libraries present annual scholarship awards to current students. Apply by Feb. 19.

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