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10 Tips for Life After Syllabus Week

First-year students may feel overwhelmed after their first few classes. Here are some tips for getting through the first full week of college.

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Up and Moving

A new semester brings excitement, motivation, and the inevitable: stress. It's just a matter of how well you manage your time and prepare yourself mentally and physically.


PATH Point-Eligible Masculinity Series

Roesch Library is hosting a fall film series that includes a variety of films on masculinity and the complexity of gender expression.



Jesus points out that our being blessed by God should lead us to a sense of inclusive hospitality. We should model the generosity of our God—invite the poor, not those who can repay us.

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The Other Side of the Spectrum

I never knew it would take this long to find myself.


Faculty in the News: August 25, 2016

The 2016 presidential election is an important topic of research and scholarship for political science faculty Dan Birdsong, Chris Devine and former Ohio Gov. Bob Taft. View their commentary in print and broadcast media.


Journey of the Mind and Heart

Today marks the first day of the academic year. Here's my message of welcome to the campus community.


School of Engineering Cooperative Education Features Brian Cain ’17

University of Dayton chemical engineering senior, Brian Cain ’17, planned his engineering path early to take full advantage of the School of Engineering’s experiential learning programs.


Inside the Juvenile Justice Center

During the summer of 2016, I volunteered at the Fulton County Juvenile Justice Center in Atlanta to learn how to become an advocate.

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Why are you here?

V. Denise James - director of the women's and gender studies program, and associate professor of philosophy - was a featured speaker Tuesday, Aug. 23, at convocation, which formally begins the academic year. James spoke about her own decision to change majors as an undergraduate, and encouraged first-year students to accept the risk and uncertainty that comes along with an education.

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