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Human Rights December 06, 2022
Shelley Inglis to step down as UD Human Rights Center executive director

Shelley Inglis, executive director of the UD Human Rights Center, will step down from her position at the end of the 2022-23 academic year.

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Giving December 06, 2022
Forever Marianist

It’s one thing to say the University of Dayton is a Catholic, Marianist university, but how does the University continue to weave those values into the fabric of everyday campus life as the number of vowed religious continues to decrease?

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Libraries December 05, 2022
Yuletide Worldwide

Christmas cards provide perspective on global Christmas traditions.

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Human Rights December 05, 2022
Remembering Julia Reichert
The Human Rights Center grieves the departure of Julia Reichert, teacher, mentor, agitator, and filmmaker.
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Giving December 05, 2022
Honoring Their Mothers With Music

Church was essential in the lives of Larry and Carrie Kelley’s mothers. When their daughter, Caroline ’22, graduated this past spring, they honored all three women with a gift to Campus Ministry in support of liturgical music.

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Libraries December 05, 2022
Sensory Solutions to the Seasonal Blues

Zen Den creator Melanie Fields provides helpful design tips on how to transform your living spaces and minimize the effects of seasonal affective disorder through the practice of multisensory design.

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Faith/Mission December 03, 2022
Puzzling Gifts for the Second Week of Advent

Week two of Advent focuses on faith. We have faith that you can complete these jigsaw puzzles in record time.

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Service December 02, 2022
Coming Back and Giving Back

For Catherine Cappetto ’08, her love for UD merits much more than a visit back to campus for Reunion Weekend every five years. Despite her busy schedule, she devotes time in volunteer roles for UD.

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Business December 02, 2022
Broadcasting job helps UD student find path to sports career

Michelle Hwang benched her love of sports when she enrolled at UD to focus on a traditional career path, but a job with the UD athletics student broadcasting crew is scoring Hwang opportunities to make her love of sports into a career.

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Engineering December 01, 2022
Computer engineering student creates public speaking simulator with faculty mentor

Inspired by his own struggles with public speaking, University of Dayton junior Bao Truong created a virtual reality simulator to allow users to practice presentations before a computer-generated crowd.

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