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Alumni and students show gratitude for life as a Flyer

December 07, 2017

The University?s Scholarship Dinner was a great opportunity to see the next generation coming through the University and to learn what their plans are for the future.


Do Not Disturb!

December 05, 2017

Two writers have been selected as winners of the inaugural A Hotel Room of One's Own: The Erma Bombeck | Anna Lefler Humorist-in-Residence Program. The perks? Free room service.


Advent Blessings and Challenges

December 01, 2017

The Good News of Advent is that our waiting is not in vain, and that we encounter Christ in the Eucharist. As we wait, we are merely called to be humble servants, to continue birthing Christ, and to be alert-- for Christ is among us!


UD EMS: An Opportunity to Serve

December 01, 2017

Seniors Use Their Skills to Help the Campus Community


SEHS social digest: Dec. 1, 2017

December 01, 2017

Students in the School of Education and Health Sciences are hosting cooking demos and winning honors for soccer & football, while our faculty are teaching high schoolers about careers pathways and traveling to Malawi. Follow this news and other recent updates being posted to the SEHS social media channels.


Video: What Is Law School Like?

November 30, 2017

See what our students say about their law school experience and learn more about what you can expect.


Highlighting the Humanities

November 30, 2017

A newly formed University of Dayton student committee is working to create an inclusive community for all humanities majors. The Humanities Visibility Project, facilitated by assistant professors of English Shannon Toll and David Fine, successfully hosted its first large-scale event in October.


Bombeck Writing Competition

November 29, 2017

Can you craft a short essay that either sparks laughter or touches the heart in the way that Erma Bombeck wrote?


Witnessing Malawi Work Firsthand

November 27, 2017

University of Dayton alumnus Jim O'Brien '78 took a personal approach to supporting students' work in Malawi, Africa. In late June, he traveled with a faculty delegation on a nine-day trip to the southeastern African nation, where both the University and the Marianists have been active community builders.


Thanksgiving Change But Traditions Stay The Same

November 24, 2017

I learned this Thanksgiving that even with drastic changes such as our Thanksgiving tradition of having a large amount of family at the restaurant every year, allows for different traditions to be made...

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