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Campus and Community December 04, 2019
Nativity Sets Chosen by Volunteers
The 2019-20 At the Manger exhibit showcases their 'Labor of Love.'
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Career Development November 25, 2019
Reynolds and Reynolds sponsors inaugural ‘Career Camp’

Automotive industry software leader Reynolds and Reynolds is the lead corporate sponsor of “Career Camp,” a new three-day program to provide intensive professional skills training and networking opportunities for junior and sophomore students in the University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences.

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Humanities and Social Sciences November 21, 2019
Humorist-in-Residence winners announced

Liz Kozak, a work-from-home mom and budding screenwriter from Oak Park, Illinois, longs to hole up in a hotel room and write a satirical screenplay about female friendships.

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Sustainability November 15, 2019
Dinner in the Desert Kitchen fundraiser for Gem City Market is Dec. 6

The fourth annual art auction, can drive and multi-media exhibition to benefit the Gem City Market is from 6 to 9 p.m Friday, Dec. 6 at the Index Project Space, 1001 E. Second St., Suite 1000 in Dayton. The University of Dayton student-organized event is titled: Dinner in the Desert Kitchen IV: No Space like Home. Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI), Gem City Market and Welcome Dayton are sponsoring the free, public event.

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Campus and Community November 11, 2019
'A Labor of Love': Marian Library's Annual Nativity Exhibit

Service, dedication and volunteerism take center stage.

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Sustainability October 28, 2019
UD student, aspiring children’s book author wins student sustainability poster contest
University of Dayton graphic design major Shannon Stanforth won the poster session at the 2019 Ohio Student Sustainability Leaders Conference for her display which explains her “process of combining the fields of sustainability and design to produce a children’s book which underscores the importance of caring for our natural world.”
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Fine and Performing Arts October 15, 2019
First-Year Arts Immersion links humanities courses to Dayton Philharmonic concert

The First-Year Arts Immersion is a distinctive part of the University of Dayton experience, linking humanities coursework to an off-campus ballet, opera or symphonic concert in partnership with the Dayton Performing Arts Alliance.

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Fine and Performing Arts October 08, 2019
Student Translates an Oral History of Dayton to ‘Bring Back the Funk’

University of Dayton senior Caleb Vanden Eynden wants to bring the funk to Dayton-area middle and high school music curricula.

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Fine and Performing Arts October 03, 2019
Fall ArtsLIVE Concerts Showcase World Traditions
Music is often called a universal language. While probably true, it’s also a fact that every cultural tradition has its own distinctive language and music. Several of these traditions are celebrated this fall in chamber music concerts at the University of Dayton.
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Libraries October 01, 2019
Coca-Cola Nativity
Artistic and devotional ingenuity
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