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Giving April 09, 2021
Old Paint, Old Wood, New Hope: A Day of Giving Success Story

Thanks to gifts received during the 2020 day of giving, research and conservation has begun on a fragile statue of the Madonna and Child slated for display and instruction.

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Libraries April 05, 2021
Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month: A Celebration of Cultures
University of Dayton Libraries launch an early observation of Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month with films, histories and other resources.
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Libraries April 05, 2021
Announcing the 2021 Library Award Winners
Congratulations to the 2021 Library Awards recipients: Jinyoung Lim, Mary Morber and Marie Pece.
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Faith/Mission April 05, 2021
Weekly Marian Features: April 5, 2021

Rejoice! He Is Risen!

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Libraries March 31, 2021
Welcome to Roesch Library: Nifty at 50
Celebrate Roesch Library's 50 years on campus with sweets, keepsakes and the success that comes from making the most of the resources, spaces and services in the University Libraries.
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Faith/Mission March 29, 2021
Weekly Marian Features: March 29, 2021

We are now in Holy Week. Please see these features on the Passion as well as those included to prepare for Easter.

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Faith/Mission March 26, 2021
Coloring as Contemplative Prayer

The Marian Library has converted a religious sister's artwork into coloring pages as a way to reflect on each station in the Way of the Cross.

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Libraries March 26, 2021
Life on Brown Street, 1920

Bridget Retzloff and Heidi Gauder take readers on an interactive trip back in time to the Brown Street business district of the 1920s. 

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Libraries March 25, 2021
One Year Later: What We Learned From Teaching During the Pandemic

In the shift to remote learning, Libraries instruction faculty transformed their teaching with technology, flexibility, vulnerability and creativity.

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Libraries March 23, 2021
Central Women's Association: A Channel for Leadership, Action, Service

By uniting their voices in a new organization called the Central Women's Association, UD women in the mid-1940s sought to protect themselves "from becoming an unduly submerged minority" in a student body that was nearly 88 percent male.

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