Blogs Archive
Fine and Performing Arts April 30, 2019
Right Here … Wright-Dunbar
This June, 40 street banners created by University of Dayton graphic design major Jeremy Rosen will be installed in Dayton’s Wright-Dunbar Business District to raise awareness about the area and attract visitors to its historical sites.
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President April 25, 2019
A Dream Takes Flight

When I first looked up at the stunning glass rotunda in the Dayton Arcade, it gave me goose bumps. This is glorious space, historic space. Less than two miles from campus and smack in the middle of the city sits an extraordinary place for students, faculty, and staff to make their mark as innovators.

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Libraries April 22, 2019
The Zen Den: Artist's Reflection
Immersive work designed to invoke wonder, connect humans to nature.
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Libraries April 12, 2019
The Madonna on Stamps
Presenting Raphael, Botticelli, Dürer and Memling in miniature
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Students and Campus Life April 10, 2019
From the Top
Senior Uses Research to Redefine His Passion
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Fine and Performing Arts April 08, 2019
From Church to Carnegie Hall
University of Dayton senior Gabriella “Gigi” Klotz went from singing in church to performing opera at New York City’s famed Carnegie Hall.
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Human Rights April 03, 2019
Teach In: White Supremacy and Hate
A Teach-in about White Supremacy from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 9 in the Kennedy Union Torch Lounge where UD faculty and staff will share information about historical and contemporary white supremacy and hate movements, including in Ohio.
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Career Development March 19, 2019
Career Camp

University of Dayton sophomores in the College of Arts and Sciences will learn how to effectively engage with prospective employers at “Career Camp,” a three-day program that provides intensive professional skills training and networking opportunities to prepare students for career success.

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Humanities and Social Sciences March 12, 2019
Words Renewed, Worlds Reimagined

The University of Dayton Department of English’s 17th annual LitFest will celebrate professor emeritus Herbert W. Martin, a nationally known poet, performer and scholarly expert on the late Dayton native Paul Laurence Dunbar — one of the first African-American poets to gain national recognition.

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Fine and Performing Arts March 01, 2019
Performing Antiquity
A new book by a University of Dayton musicologist and dance historian spotlights the influence of a pioneering Dayton native on an ancient Greek music and dance revival in Paris during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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