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Faculty and Staff May 25, 2022
University of Dayton senior balances mechanical engineering, music to find success in both

When it’s time to decompress, senior mechanical engineering major, Gabe Ferraiuolo, manages sound for one of six campus bands, practices an instrument or studies a variety of musicians as inspiration for his compositions — including one that recently received a national award. 

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Faith/Mission May 23, 2022
A Simply Sweet Hail Mary

Illustrations by Belgian children's book and fairy tale artist Jacques Gouppy prompt prayerful celebration of Mary's month.

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Libraries May 16, 2022
Mary's Month in Magazines

Illustrations of the Blessed Mother in Italian periodicals in the early 1900s prompt researchers to ponder possible connections.

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Experiential Learning May 02, 2022
A Garden for La Virgen de Guadalupe

A Marian Library collection prompts library intern Yamilet Perez Aragon ’23 to ponder the Blessed Mother's presence in artwork, plants, an urban farm and her faraway family.

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Faculty and Staff April 22, 2022
UD English professor publishes book on heavy metal music scenes across the globe
UD English professor Bryan Bardine contributes to the field of metal music studies with his latest book, Living Metal: Metal Scenes Around the World
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Faith/Mission April 14, 2022
Somber Artwork of the Passion

Original paintings in the Marian Library by Ukrainian artist Roman Turovsky portray the Passion of Christ through the lens of hardship, flight, atrocity and upheaval.

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Faith/Mission March 20, 2022
Legends of Our Lady of Pochaiv

Explore the fascinating history of the first known Marian apparition in Ukraine and a miraculous icon affiliated with a wartime victory.

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Faith/Mission March 13, 2022
Freedom, Protection, Resistance
Icons of Mary hold significance in Ukraine and other countries; one, known as the "Impenetrable Wall," depicts the Blessed Mother as intercessor and protectress.
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Fine and Performing Arts March 06, 2022
Many Faces of the Ukrainian Madonna

The Marian Library shares paintings by the late Ukrainian artist Maria Harasowska-Daczyszyn, who frequently depicted the Virgin Mary and the Christ child in traditional Ukrainian attire.

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Fine and Performing Arts March 06, 2022
Many Faces of the Ukrainian Madonna

The Marian Library shares paintings by the late Ukrainian artist Maria Harasowska-Daczyszyn, who frequently depicted the Virgin Mary and the Christ child in traditional Ukrainian attire.

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