Halloween at Kings Island

11.02.2015

| Students

It was a cold and rainy day, but that didn't stop us...


Weekly Features: November 2, 2015

11.02.2015

| Catholic

We are starting the month with a variety of topics including Our Lady of Mariapócs.


In the News: November 2, 2015

11.02.2015

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

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


All Saints

11.01.2015

| Catholic

On this feast of All Saints, we recall that a saint is someone through whom the transcendent light shines through and that light brightens our lives. Who in your life are the individuals through whom the transcendent and radiant light shines? 


Need Ideas for Your Halloween Costume?

10.30.2015

Look no further than our special collections to find inspiration for some seriously unique costumes.


Now Available!

10.30.2015

| Campus and Community

All are invited to experience the nativity collection of the Marian Library in this newly published book.


Mock Trial Teams

10.30.2015

| Law

The Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s 2015 Public Service Mock Trial Competition was held in Columbus, Ohio, on Oct. 24, at the Franklin County Courthouse where the School of Law had two teams competing.


Meet the Staff Series - Tori Schoen

10.29.2015

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

Next we would like to introduce you to Tori Schoen from Toledo, Ohio. She is a sophomore studying Middle Childhood Education with concentrations in Language Arts and Mathematics and a minor in Religious Studies Catechesis. Here are her responses to the interview questions...


Meet the Staff Series - Emma Francois

10.29.2015

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

We will now introduce you to Emma Francois! Emma is a sophomore studying Middle Childhood Education with concentrations in Math and Social Studies. She is from Columbus, Ohio. Keep reading to see what Emma has to say in response to the interview questions...

 


Meet the Staff Series - Joe Twiner

10.28.2015

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

Our next CCE blog team member is Joe Twiner. Joe is also a sophomore from a suburb just north of Atlanta called Dunwoody. He is working toward a dual degree in Secondary Religious Education and Religious Studies. Here are Joe’s answers to the interview questions that we asked him...


Meet the Staff Series - Karin Forsthoefel

10.28.2015

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

Our first blog team member for you to learn more about is Karin Forsthoefel. Karin is a sophomore, Intervention Specialist (Education) major from Columbus, Ohio. We asked Karin a few interview questions about herself and her answers are below:

 


A Message of Self-Care: From an Old Senior to Rising Freshmen

10.27.2015

| Health

Tests. Papers. Presentations. Work. Practices. Meetings. Studying. Followed by more tests…

College can be a juggling act. 


From the Archives: The World Series

10.27.2015

Impress your friends and brush up on your baseball history with collections from the University of Dayton Archives and Special Collections.


HBO GO coming to your screen 2016!

10.26.2015

In collaboration with Student Development & SGA, UDit hopes to enable HBO Go for viewing to all UD-residential students. The HBO contract restrict...


Going Postal: Thousands of Postcards in the Marian Library

10.26.2015

Back in the day, every time a library staff member or friend traveled to a Marian shrine or church, they mailed a postcard to the Marian Library or brought one back as a souvenir. Now we have a fascinating collection of over 20,000 cards.


Searching...

10.26.2015

| Catholic

College is a difficult time when we hear many voices telling us to push ourselves and grow as individuals, but too often we search for support in that endeavor in places that can never fulfill us. 


Weekly Features: October 26, 2015

10.26.2015

| Catholic

As October ends we still focus on the Rosary, but also the holiness of Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows and Our Lady of Regla. 


In the News: October 26, 2015

10.26.2015

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

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


Growing Up

10.25.2015

Growing up. As kids, we are all eager to enter the adult world and leave behind the trials of playground banter and fights in the classroom over crayo...


Founder's Day the Kappa Delta Way

10.25.2015

| Campus and Community

As 20 of us sisters piled into our cars this past Sunday afternoon, in our dressy attire with our pins over our hearts, we all headed out to the Founder's day luncheon that we were privilidged to be apart of!

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