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President March 29, 2023
Raising the Curtain
Three UD civil engineering co-op students are helping to raise the curtain on the magnificent Roger Glass Center for the Arts.
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Libraries March 28, 2023
2023 Library Awards
The Libraries honor junior Iyana Higgins, senior Tori Miller and graduate student Sabin Satheesh with the 2023 Library Awards.
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Faith/Mission March 23, 2023
Hispanic event offers youth exposure to Faith
More than 120 students converge on campus as part of an ongoing effort to connect younger generations with their faith.
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Students and Campus Life March 22, 2023
Considering Dayton: A Student-Authored Website Considering Local Inequalities

Molly Griffin ‘23 reflects on her learning experience in her CAP DSJ (SOC 339: Social Inequality) coursework, and shares a course-based website designed to be an accessible resource for those wanting to learn more about local social inequalities.

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Human Rights March 16, 2023
Mébét Movie Screening and Roundtable on Child Marriage
The movie screening and roundtable event focused on the practice of childhood marriage in The Gambia and beyond. The film displayed both sides of culture, showing both its beauty and dangers of it. Following the film was a discussion with the director, Ousman Jarju, a child marriage survivor, Musu Bakoto Sawo, and the Director of Women’s and Gender Studies, Professor Jamie Small.
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Human Rights March 14, 2023
VOICES: Uniting Dayton for human rights
Tony Talbott writes for the Dayton Daily News Ideas & Voices about Uniting Dayton for Human Rights.
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International March 13, 2023
Building peace, creating dialogue
The story of a group of "rebels" imagining a more just future
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Campus and Community March 09, 2023
Lent, Ramadan, Passover Intersect
Observers of Lent, Ramadan and Passover demonstrate the religious diversity of the University of Dayton community.
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Human Rights March 08, 2023
When the Ferguson uprising came to Geneva

HRC Director of Applied Research and Learning, Dr Joel Pruce writes for Open Global Rights about how a shadow report presented to the Committee Against Torture brought police brutality in the US to the international human rights community.

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Teacher Education March 07, 2023
Teachers don’t just mold, they model
Children tend to follow what they see, and for UD student Ayyoub Muhammed growing up in the inner-city, he believed being a professional athlete was the path to success. It certainly wasn't going to be as a teacher, or so he thought.
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