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Service June 11, 2024
Leadership, Friendship, Service: Alpha Phi Omega’s Story
Take a look back at the university's first coed service fraternity.
Faith/Mission June 03, 2024
Our Lady of Kazan: Hope of Christian Unity

The Our Lady of Kazan Papers in the Library tell the story of Catholic layman Peter Anderson’s work to get a beloved icon from Fatima back to Russia. Learn about the story of Anderson’s collection and its relevance for the life of the church in 2024.

Libraries May 20, 2024
Reunite with Roesch
University Libraries, including University Archives and the Marian Library, will host a Reunion Weekend open house on June 8.
Experiential Learning May 20, 2024
Chalk Art ‘Guided by the Brilliance of Mary’

Let us take you behind the scenes of the commission process for the chalk artwork created for the exhibit "Mary in Catholic Education."

President May 17, 2024
Leaning Into Mary to Learn
When I swung by the "Mary in Catholic Education" exhibit in the Marian Library Gallery this week, I immediately spied a busy chalkboard, reminiscent of my childhood days at St. Joseph’s School in Buffalo.
Campus and Community May 16, 2024
Out of the Vault for Reunion Weekend

Visiting alumni can peruse rare books, a student-curated exhibit and more during an open house.

Faith/Mission May 13, 2024
The Day the Sun ‘Danced’
A 106-year-old message from Mary at Fatima still calls humanity to peace, prayer, repentance, and mercy
Libraries May 02, 2024
Congratulations, Library Graduates
The faculty and staff in the University Libraries honor, thank and congratulate the student staff who will graduate this year.
Faith/Mission April 29, 2024
Mary in Zeitoun: Silent Presence

Mary’s silent appearances in Egypt remind us that a connection with God is what matters most.

Libraries April 23, 2024
Blue Army: Joining the Ranks of Our Lady

A 1950s leaflet inviting membership in a crusade against communism carries the image of a notable apparition and gives evidence of American Catholic anticommunist sentiments in that era.