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Libraries September 16, 2022
40th Annual Banned Books Week

Books unite us; censorship divides us.

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Libraries September 12, 2022
Borrow a Button Maker
Make a button or magnet! UD students, faculty and staff can borrow a button maker from Roesch Library free of charge.
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Libraries September 12, 2022
Family Weekend Open House

On Oct. 1, explore the UD Libraries at our Family Weekend open house, including an exhibit of recent additions of books, art and artifacts to the Marian Library collections.

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Campus and Community September 06, 2022
Dialogue Zone Welcomes New Cohort of Facilitators
This month, the Dialogue Zone welcomed a new cohort of faculty, staff, and students as part of its annual facilitator training program.
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Libraries September 06, 2022
'These Women'
Scrapbooks, magazines, yearbooks and photos assist a student researcher writing about women's history and experiences at UD beginning in the 1920s.
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Libraries August 31, 2022
Book History Mystery

Books have lives of their own. Inscriptions and stamps can provide clues about a book's previous owners; library catalogers divulge some fascinating lineage of items at UD.

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Campus and Community August 24, 2022
Exhibits for Everyone

The Marian Library's fall exhibit schedule offers learning opportunities for students and faculty alike.

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Libraries August 22, 2022
Women’s Equality Day
To commemorate the Women's Strike for Equality on Aug. 26, 1970, and to celebrate Women's Equality Day, Kevin Cretsos has assembled a list of books and electronic resources about the women's movement.
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Students and Campus Life August 19, 2022
Ready for Students

The Marian Library is offering programming for UD students as soon as they come back to campus and to keep them engaged throughout the semester.

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Research August 16, 2022
The Dunbar Initiative at the University of Dayton
The University of Dayton is preserving the legacy of Dayton native Paul Laurence Dunbar, one of the first Black writers in the U.S. to achieve national prominence.
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