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Faith/Mission November 26, 2022
Beginning Advent with Coloring Activities

Color your way to Christmas with these printables from the Marian Library for the first week of Advent.

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Libraries November 21, 2022
OA Climate Research: Metrics, Ethics
If you're looking for another reason to publish open access, consider ethics. While increased citations aren't a guarantee, open-access publications do reach larger audiences.
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Faith/Mission November 21, 2022
The Holy Fool

Catholic theologian Vincent Miller explores the history of "fools," a class of courtly entertainers, political needlers and traveling monastics on which the Juggler figure is based.

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Libraries November 15, 2022
What to Wear
The book 'Clothing Matters' by Emma Taro, available at Roesch Library, looks at culture through clothing tradition and choice.
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Libraries November 14, 2022
Celebrating Gifts

One Day, One Dayton gifts support student experiential learning in conjunction with the Marian Library's new Christmas exhibit – which correspondingly celebrates vocation and gifts.

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Libraries November 09, 2022
Broken Selves

Camila Sánchez-González, Class of 2023, gives a book review in one of the Dayton Literary Peace Prize books offered in the Roesch Library.  

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Libraries November 04, 2022
Images of Kristallnacht

 Joan Milligan shares historical visual resources ahead of Kristallnacht's 84th anniversary.

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Libraries November 03, 2022
New Times, New Terms
This Native American Heritage Month, read how library catalogers implemented less harmful terminology surrounding Indigenous communities.
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Libraries October 27, 2022
Past and Present: Latinx Student Life
The University Libraries' OhioLINK Luminaries intern discovers a display case in the University Archives giving insight into the Latinx student experience at the University of Dayton.
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Faculty October 25, 2022
Research Sanctuary

Resident scholar Liz Hutter reflects on her fellowship in the Marian Library, her research on theraputic and spiritual healing in Lourdes, and how it all led to an experiential learning opportunity for her first-year writing students.

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