A Finals Week Survival Guide

12.03.2015

| Campus and Community

Call me strange, but I love finals week for a lot of reasons. For starters: finals week is this weird time where there is absolutely no set schedule of classes and generally no extracurricular meetings. Hence, your job is to simply study. It may be stressful, but at the same time it’s pretty liberating. 


The First Snow

12.03.2015

| Campus and Community

When falling leaves turn into falling snow, newfound wonder takes hold.


Weekly Escape

12.02.2015

| Catholic

As I've mentioned in previous blogs, I've gone to catholic school my entire life. Because of this, mass was always a part of the Catholic cirriculum. ...


SET Evaluations Timeline

12.02.2015

SET will open for the standard fall term Dec. 1 and will close at 11:59 pm December 11. Feedback is anonymous and faculty reports won't be availble un...


Gobble Gobble

12.02.2015

| Culture and Society

There was definitely a lot to be thankful for...


Flyer Faithful

12.01.2015

| Current Events

All Flyer fans caught themselves watching basketball on Thanksgiving. The men’s basketball team took on Iowa on Thanksgiving Day and at my famil...


'GHETTO: A Retail Art Installation' Travels to Canada

12.01.2015

| Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Fine Arts, Hot Topics

ArtStreet and the Institute for Arts Nexus’ impactful and provocative installation, “GHETTO: A Retail Art Installation,” will have its international premiere at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario in February 2016.


The Holiday Spirit

11.30.2015

October 18, 2015. This was the day that my friends and I decided to put up the mini-Christmas tree in my room. Because of this, the holiday spirit cam...


In the News: November 30, 2015

11.30.2015

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

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


Weekly Features: November 30, 2015

11.30.2015

One candle has been lit. This week's content focuses on Advent and the Immaculate Conception.


Spotlight on Faculty: Fall 2015

11.30.2015

| Law, Faculty

Roundup of publications, presentations and media appearances by Dayton Law faculty.


Law Alumni News: Fall 2015

11.29.2015

| Law

School of Law Class Notes Colleen Egan '08, Robert Paul Coleman '95, Matt Fitzsimmons '80, Ashlee Foltz '05, Dori Goldstein '06, Natalia S. Harris '00, Jeffrey Ireland '80, Anne Jagielski '14, Keith James '97, Joshua M. Kin '10, Mark Kitrick '81, Walt Linscott '90, Robin D. Miller '01, Shawn Nickerson '91, Ronald Raether '96, Steven Sondergaard '90, Andrea Eveler Stanley '81, Mark Stanley '81 and Andrew C. Storar '81.


Be Still & Give Thanks

11.27.2015

| Campus and Community

Where did this semester go? This is the constant question circulating in my head. I must have blinked, because I thought it was just last week that I moved into my home at 229 Lowes and began my senior year. How did it get to be the end of November?


In Memoriam

11.27.2015

| Law

The Hon. Bernard L. Coates Jr. '85 of Steelton, Pa., passed away on Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, after battling cancer for more than two years. ...


A Time to Give Thanks

11.24.2015

| Campus and Community

When things speed up, slow yourself down.


Tips for a Great Thanksgiving Break

11.23.2015

| Students

Well, at this time tomorrow evening I will be home for Thanksgiving Break. In my two and a half years at UD, I have never been looking forward to goin...


A Catholic Thanksgiving

11.23.2015

| Catholic, Service and Giving, Students, Culture and Society, Campus and Community, Education

For Catholics, every Sunday is a time of thanksgiving. We gather as a church family, saints and angels among us, to partake in the feast of ultimate thanksgiving. We do not eat turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, or pecan pie. Instead, we receive the wholeness of God in the Eucharist.


UD Did You Know? - Open computer lab locations

11.23.2015

Searching for an open use computer? Roesch Library has open use machines on the first floor available to anyone affiliated with the universi...


Liturgical Ministers in the Church

11.23.2015

| Education, Catholic, Students, Service and Giving, Campus and Community

Liturgical ministers within the Catholic Church play a vital role in the Mass as well as the community of the Church. People can become liturgical ministers at Mass starting at a young age as altar servers and can work their way up to becoming Eucharistic ministers, music ministers, and lectors. This ministry is one that allows all people of all ages to be involved in the Mass in a more personal way.

 


Weekly Features: November 23, 2015

11.23.2015

This week we extend Thanksgiving greetings as we look toward Advent.

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