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Libraries September 22, 2022
Celebrate Latinx Heritage

The University Libraries have a multitude of resources for learning more about Latinx culture, heritage and literature. Scott West provides a sampling.

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Faculty September 19, 2022
Twin art professors’ work honors blue-collar workers, addresses social justice issues
Kyle and Kelly Phelps are identical twin brothers, celebrated sculptors and art educators with work that's been featured in more than 200 national and international exhibitions.
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Libraries September 16, 2022
40th Annual Banned Books Week

Books unite us; censorship divides us.

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Business September 14, 2022
UD's Role in Advancing Supplier Diversity in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

Join the University of Dayton and the National Black MBA Association to learn how supplier diversity drives operational excellence! Learn why the demand and need for supplier diversity is growing and unlock educational and entrepreneurial opportunities in the Dayton market.

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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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President September 06, 2022
A Voice at the Table

Universities are often criticized for being ivory towers disengaged from the world and inaccessible to students from middle- and low-income families. That’s not the narrative we’re writing at the University of Dayton.

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Experiential Learning August 22, 2022
Turning Potential Into Action

Daisha Williams earned good grades in high school, and her hard work paid off. She now plans to graduate from UD in the spring of 2023 with a degree in education.

But being a Flyer wasn’t always a sure thing for Williams. Until it happened.

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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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President August 20, 2022
Hold the Door for Each Other

"Always hold the door open for one another," University of Dayton President Eric F. Spina told the Class of 2026 at New Student Convocation. "It's a lesson in building community. It's a sign of showing respect for one another. It's a symbol of love and acceptance."

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