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Sustainability November 22, 2021
Forage Ahead the theme for Dinner in the Desert Kitchen V, a UD art exhibition and fundraiser
The fifth annual University of Dayton student-led art auction, can drive, dinner and art exhibit to benefit the Gem City Market will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 10 at The Hub powered by PNC Bank in the newly reopened Dayton Arcade at 31 South Main St.
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Campus and Community November 22, 2021
University of Dayton students organize art exhibition, fundraising dinner to promote community food justice

University of Dayton students are spinning plates — literally — to prepare for Dinner in the Desert Kitchen V: Forage Ahead, an annual fundraising dinner, art exhibition and auction to benefit nonprofit community partners and raise awareness about food justice efforts in Dayton.

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Humanities and Social Sciences October 27, 2021
Mapping the Media Cityscape of New Orleans

In this installment of On Teaching and Student Voices, Robert Joseph reflects on teaching an undergraduate interdisciplinary social science course (SSC 200) at the University of Dayton focused on mapping film and television cityscapes in New Orleans. The post also features a link to the syllabus for the course, the map of New Orleans filming locations produced by the students at the end of the semester, and an exemplary presentation culminating from the major course assignment. 

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Fine and Performing Arts September 30, 2021
Sounds of UD: University of Dayton Department of Music performs for Dayton community

Despite less than two weeks to prepare for a performance at Levitt Pavilion in the heart of downtown Dayton, the invitation was too good of an opportunity to pass up for University of Dayton Department of Music faculty and students. Nearly 200 students and 15 faculty performed for several hundred concert-goers, who listened and danced on the lawn during the two-hour musical showcase.

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Fine and Performing Arts September 24, 2021
University of Dayton ArtsLIVE series returns with live performances

After a pandemic-related hiatus during 2020 that featured three virtual events, the ArtsLIVE Performance Series resumes with six live concerts scheduled for the 2021-22 academic year.

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Campus and Community September 20, 2021
University of Dayton faculty and students present second annual Dayton Independent Film Festival, Sept. 24-27, showcasing Midwestern filmmakers
Two dozen University of Dayton students spent the past spring semester planning, curating and creating assets for a four-day 2021 Dayton Independent Film Festival.
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President September 03, 2021
A Canvas for Creativity

"The true entrepreneur is a doer, not a dreamer," Katie Hill told students in her New Venture Creation class. Sitting in a classroom overlooking Main Street in the revitalized Dayton Arcade, I thought about the power of her words in this space.

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Fine and Performing Arts August 20, 2021
In Memoriam: Phillip Magnuson
Phillip Magnuson, recalled as a dynamic figure in the Department of Music, maintained a record of scholarship, creative activity and service that reflected his deep commitments to his students, colleagues and profession.
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Campus and Community August 09, 2021
Marian Library Art Graces Greater West Dayton Incubator

Images of Mary and Jesus are now on display in the space alongside artworks by community artists.

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Faith/Mission July 22, 2021
A Fitting Place for Joachim and Anne

The Mexican tradition of the 'Mano Poderosa' features the mighty hand of God supporting Sts. Joachim, Anne, Joseph and Mary on the four fingers and Christ on the thumb. July 26 is the feast day of Mary's parents.

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