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Finals Week Events

For fall 2016 finals week, Roesch Library is bringing tidings of great joy — and pizza, tea, coffee, cookies, chair massages, cuddly dogs and much, much more.

Experiential Learning

"Giving Tuesday" at the Boonshoft Museum

Boonshoft Museum partners with ECHO to keep the true meaning of Christmas alive.


A Christmas Posada on December 11

Open to the public, this single-day version of the centuries-old Mexican tradition of Las Posadas includes Nativity sets from the Marian Library.


A Carol a Day

December 6: Descend to us, we pray

Students and Campus Life

Student Profile: Carlos Rodriguez

University of Dayton junior Carlos Rodriguez has traveled to India and Africa through University-sponsored immersion trips. The San Antonio native is majoring in psychology and human rights studies with a minor in political science. He is interested in development work and advocating strongly for individuals with special needs.


The World's Biggest Sleepover

Imagine a sleepover. Times it by 2 million people of all colors and backgrounds, put them in a massive field, and place Pope Francis on a platform in the middle to give a papal address.

Fine and Performing Arts

New Nativity Mingles Art, Faith, Science, Symbolism

A UDRI employee and a local teacher collaborated on a Nativity that features a modern sculpture of the Holy Family with an abstract 'tensegrity' structure symbolizing the elements of the Marianist charism.


Win your own study room

Now is your chance to truly enjoy finals week with your very own study room in the library. Enter to win on Twitter and Instagram.


From Career Fair to Co-op to Career at Cargill: Nicolas Esparza Knows Where He’s Going

Nicolas Esparza, senior chemical engineering major, chose to venture outside of the classroom to gain real-world experience through the School of Engineering’s Cooperative Education Program.


A Carol a Day

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