The Future of the Church

12.15.2005 | Education, Students, Faculty, Campus and Community, Catholic

More than 80 University of Dayton students are majoring in religious studies this year, reflecting a growing interest in lay ministry. The number of majors has doubled since 2003. More


Riverfront Transformation

12.14.2005 | Energy and Environment, Campus and Community, Hot Topics

The city of Dayton receives $2.54 million in Clean Ohio Revitalization Fund money to remediate 11 acres of University of Dayton riverfront land. More


Protecting Privacy

12.14.2005 | Campus and Community, Students

The personal information of eight former prospective University of Dayton pre-med students was inadvertently retrieved by search engines following a programming error, but University officials believe no one accessed or used the data. More


Opinion: Pledge Allegiance to God

12.13.2005 | Catholic, Faculty

Michael Newdow objects to the Pledge of Allegiance because it violates the First Amendment. Christians ought to object to the Pledge because it violates the First Commandment, according to an opinion piece by M. Therese Lysaught, Ph.D., a UD religious studies professor. More


A Voice for the Poor and the Powerless

12.07.2005 | Culture and Society, Service and Giving, Catholic

Sister Dorothy Stang, a Dayton native murdered by hired assassins in Brazil where she had spent most of her life serving the poor and protecting the Amazon rainforest, will be honored posthumously on Thursday, Feb. 2, at the University of Dayton. More