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Libraries February 18, 2019
Porch Reads: ‘Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine’

Feb. 26 at Roesch: Pizza, PATH points and Porch Reads, featuring the best-selling book 'Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine.'

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Libraries February 15, 2019
Uncut, Unfiltered … but Not Necessarily Uninterrupted
Hurricane response, an immigrant “caravan,” the Dayton Accords and more in Scott West’s latest dispatch from government documents.
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Libraries February 15, 2019
Flipster: A New Way to Access Digital Magazines
University of Dayton students, faculty and staff can now access a variety of popular magazines digitally using the Libraries’ subscription to Flipster, a next-generation magazine service.
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Libraries February 11, 2019
Archives Display Provides Snapshot of the Black Experience at UD
To celebrate Black History Month, University Archives has a new display of photographs documenting the black experience at the University of Dayton.
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Libraries February 04, 2019
Kanopy Curates Black History Month Film List
For Black History Month, Kanopy has curated a film list highlighting African-American art, history, intellectual contributions and current events.
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Libraries February 01, 2019
Stamps Portray Presentation in the Temple

Stamps around the world have featured this weekend’s feast day.

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Libraries February 01, 2019
Librarian Reflects on a Roesch Effect

Student success librarian says working at UD has impacted his listening, teaching, relationships, creativity.

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Libraries January 28, 2019
‘Do You Know Who You Are?’
Reflecting on the value of historical context, a Roesch librarian invites students to delve into databases for Black History Month.
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Libraries January 25, 2019
1950s Manuscript Provides a Glimpse into Dayton Catholic History
In committing his stories to writing, the author sought to transmit Dayton's cultural and historical record to future generations.
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Libraries January 17, 2019
Films Encourage Dialogue on Race, History, Civil Rights
Selections include a documentary on King and a feature film based on the best-selling novel by Angie Thomas.
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