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Libraries February 07, 2020
‘Beautiful in Its Sincerity, Even Where the Truth is Painful to See’

‘Cellblock Visions’ exhibit features original works by incarcerated persons; curator on campus Feb. 18-19.

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Fine and Performing Arts February 03, 2020
Pride of Dayton Marching Band to perform in 2021 St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin, Ireland

University of Dayton junior Emily Kramer has never flown on an airplane or traveled outside the U.S. That will all change in March 2021 when the Pride of Dayton Marching Band performs in the official St. Patrick’s Day parade in Dublin, Ireland. Kramer, a drum major, will lead the band past thousands of spectators through Dublin’s historic city center.

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Students and Campus Life January 29, 2020
UD College of Arts and Sciences Discover Programs

Discover Programs in the University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences allow students to explore majors across the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences, while keeping them on track to graduate in four years.

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Libraries January 14, 2020
Mary in Miniature: Books of Hours in the Marian Library’s Collection
Masterpieces — in miniature — provide windows into the lives of medieval readers.
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Campus and Community January 06, 2020
‘At the Manger’: Ready for Its Close-Up

Marian Library’s acclaimed Nativity collection captures the attention of ‘CBS Sunday Morning’ and its nationwide audience.

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Campus and Community January 01, 2020
Nativity Paintings
Ruth Sanderson's children's book illustrations deck the halls of the Marian Library during 'At the Manger.'
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Sustainability December 16, 2019
Solar prairie signage team hopes designs soon turn into reality

The University of Dayton partners responsible for the solar array and pollinator prairie at Daniel J. Curran Place feel another element is needed to tie the project together: signage.

Thanks to students in professor John Clarke’s design-science synthesis course, a system of displays was developed and could just be a final push away from installation. The signs will tell the solar prairie’s tale of innovation, partnership and experiential learning.

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Campus and Community December 16, 2019
The Creations of Volunteer Harry Mushenheim
Retired University of Dayton math professor has crafted over 50 Nativity settings for the Marian Library.
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Libraries December 13, 2019
Advent Calendars
Opening windows into the art of Advent.
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Libraries December 11, 2019
UD Arena Has Star-Studded Musical History
Big-name acts packed UD Arena for shows throughout the 1970s and '80s.
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