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Faith/Mission May 23, 2022
A Simply Sweet Hail Mary

Illustrations by Belgian children's book and fairy tale artist Jacques Gouppy prompt prayerful celebration of Mary's month.

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President May 23, 2022
Behind the Pomp and Circumstance
I was curious about the president's medallion that my predecessor Dan Curran left for me to wear during graduation ceremonies, but I didn’t know its history or meaning. When Neomi De Anda, associate professor of religious studies, tweeted after the ceremony, "Please tell us about your medal," I knew I had some homework.
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Experiential Learning May 18, 2022
Connecting Classroom Learning to Library Employment

Student's expertise and curiosities in maps, genealogy, Catholic culture and the Italian language bring new insights to several Marian Library exhibits and collections.

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Libraries May 10, 2022
‘Misérables’ No More
With updates to some 22,000 records, library staff solve a "the" problem.
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Libraries May 02, 2022
April 6 Success

104 donors on One Day, One Dayton funded three aspirational projects to be completed by year's end at the University Libraries.

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Experiential Learning May 02, 2022
A Garden for La Virgen de Guadalupe

A Marian Library collection prompts library intern Yamilet Perez Aragon ’23 to ponder the Blessed Mother's presence in artwork, plants, an urban farm and her faraway family.

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Libraries April 28, 2022
Congratulations, Library Graduates
The faculty and staff in the University Libraries honor, thank and congratulate the student employees who graduate this semester.
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Libraries April 26, 2022
Plans for the Planet

On Earth Day April 22, library staff and faculty explored ways to care for the planet, conserve resources and reduce waste.

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Libraries April 19, 2022
Have a Marvelous Finals Week
Students can power through the end of the semester at Roesch Library.
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Faith/Mission April 14, 2022
Somber Artwork of the Passion

Original paintings in the Marian Library by Ukrainian artist Roman Turovsky portray the Passion of Christ through the lens of hardship, flight, atrocity and upheaval.

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